In an Endeavour for a New Vision for Personal Task Management: Exploring User Preferences in Personal Task Management Tools
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There are many computerized tools for personal task management (PTM) with many tools on smart devices and personal computers; its research domain includes some related work that focused on different aspects. In this research, I evaluated the current PTM tools from the aspect of their way of operation. I conducted an online survey on 133 participants, and the measures I relied on are adoption rates, efficiency, effectiveness, and user satisfaction. I also evaluated the users’ willingness to transfer to a new PTM tool that works in a different integrated way. My findings show high adoption rates and effectiveness of current tools, but questionable efficiency and user satisfaction. They also show that most of the users are willing to transfer to the new tool if it is implemented.