Akti Planner visually organizes your day. It includes hierarchy tree for event types, auto scheduling, simple and recurring appointments, nested appointments, unique expected-completed appointments differences view system and multi user mode.
Akti Planner is a visual time organizer and tracker that can manage several people schedules simultaneously. It features the unique ability of handling recurring and any level nested appointments. Using these features, you always can model complex schedules and do time tracking with maximum possible precision. On other hand, Akti Planner perfectly fits for creating simple schedules because it has easy-to-use user interface. It can be suitable for both personal use and for multi-user work groups.
List of all improvements in the second release:
New ability to manage visual tasks of several people simultaneously in one screen.
Each user can have its own set of events and event types.
Added option for turning on and off Planned Time panel.
Created Demo Configuration mode.
Added logging of task changes to a log file.
New option to specify main data folder for Akti Planner database.
User interface: Akti Planner allows now manually resizing of Day Bars pane.
Hierarchy tree for appointment types.
Visual day editor.
Easy to use drag drop user interface.
Simple and recurring appointments.
Pie chart with quick selected day or date range statistic.
Unique ability to handle of any level nested appointments.
Unique system that shows differences between actual and planned appointments.
Before and after appointment alarms.
Changing recurring appointments on the fly.
Backup and restore database functions.
Support mp3 and wav formats for reminders.
Ability to print time split pie chart for the day or date range specified.
Quick day hour usage statistic.
Quick info about average/total time usage from start of the selected month.
Video tutorials and complete online help.
Using XML for data storage.
Multi-language user interface
Small application and database file sizes.
No database engines or database servers are required.