Michael B. Jordan Timeline

Michael B Jordan Timeline

This Saturday, talented actor Michael B. Jordan turns 32. Best known for his roles in Black Panther, Creed and Creed II, he also starred in 3 of the most acclaimed TV dramas of the past decade, namely The Wire, Friday Night Lights and Parenthood. Having started his acting career with performances in television productions at the early age of 12, he has now become one of Hollywood’s new leading men.

To wish a happy birthday to the one who aced the main antagonist part in 2018’s highest-grossing movie at domestic box office, we have created Michael B. Jordan’s timeline, which overviews his work and achievements as an actor.

Before embarking on his current profession, Jordan worked as a model for several companies and brands. In 1999, he made his debut on the screen with appearances in the TV series The Sopranos and Cosby. It was in 2013 that he played his first major leading role in Fruitvale Station, which brought him the National Board of Review award for breakthrough performance. Not only did this movie help the actor garner many accolades, but it also led to future collaborations with its director, Ryan Coogler, who cast Jordan in Creed and Creed II.

Now firmly set on Hollywood directors’ radar, Michael B. Jordan has already accepted a promising series of roles in films to be released in 2020. For his upcoming birthday, we wish that his middle name, Bakari, which means “of noble promise” in Swahili, will do justice to his acting future.

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Top 10 Task Management Software Based on User Reviews


Best Task Management Software

Task management software has become a common “assistant” for project managers, helping them and their teams to properly plan and carry out their work, meet client requirements, and manage time, budget and risks. However, the variety of options available can leave one confused about where to begin, especially since many of these task manager apps are constantly expanding their range of functionalities.

To simplify the selection process, we've gathered 10 of the best task management tools in 2019 based on user reviews and ratings. These are:

1. TimeCamp

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius): 4.9/5

Encompassing features such as graphical timesheets, invoicing and reporting, or manual and automatic time tracking, TimeCamp is an intuitive task management software that integrates with platforms such as Harvest, Xero, and Trello.

The tool has a free version with limited features, as well as multiple paid plans that can cost between $63 and $75 per year depending on the package you choose.

Best Task Management Software

2. Office Timeline

Average rating (Capterra, TrustPilot): 4.55/5

Designed as an extension for Microsoft PowerPoint, Office Timeline is a lightweight task manager and project scheduler that automatically turns task and milestone data into easy-to-understand Gantt charts and timelines. Equipped with pre-formatted templates and task tracking features such as Percent Complete or Time Elapsed, the add-in also integrates with applications like Microsoft Project, Excel, Smartsheet and Wrike.

The PowerPoint task tracker comes in two versions, Free and Plus. While the free tool is fully functional, the Plus edition – which costs $59/year – unlocks more customization options and productivity features.

Office Timeline Customer Review

3. ActiveCollab

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 4.42/5

A desktop and mobile task management app, ActiveCollab allows you to organize tasks based on their priority, generate a variety of reports, and create a collaborative work environment.

Users have access to a 14-day trial that enables them to get familiarized with the tool's interface and processes. Those who wish to purchase can choose between monthly billing ($7/month = $84/year) and annual billing ($75/year).

ActiveCollab Customer Review

4. Evernote Business

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 4.41/5

Allowing users to create, edit, upload, and share documents, Evernote Business stores all relevant information in one place and promises to unify workflows across teams and departments. The Business plan is priced at $14.99 per month ($179.88/year), but users can test it for free for 30 days.

Evernote Business Customer review

5. Smartsheet

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 4.24/5

Smartsheet is a work execution platform with a spreadsheet-like interface and real-time task management, collaboration and automation tools. Enabling you to view data in different formats ranging from card and Gantt to calendar and grid, Smartsheet can be used for sprint and waterfall projects, sprint planning and product roadmaps.

The online task manager comes with a free 30-day trial and several pricing plans, the standard Individual plan costing $14/month ($168/year).

Smartsheet Customer review

6. Intervals

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd): 4.07/5

Intervals is a web-based task management app that combines comprehensive time tracking and reporting features with task management options such as fully integrated and interactive Gantt charts. Built for small businesses to create a collaborative framework, it is ideal for web developers, consultants, IT firms and communications companies.

Users can test Intervals free of charge for 21 days, and subscription prices range from $59 to $299 per month ($708 – $3,588 per year) depending on the plan chosen.

Intervals Customer Review

7. Wrike

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 4.03/5

A cloud-based collaboration and task management software that offers enterprise-level security and scalability, Wrike is ideal for teams of more than 20 members. With features such as task assignment based on status, Gantt charts, workload view for resource management, custom dashboards and templates, as well as proofing tools, Wrike appeals to project managers and marketers alike.

Users can choose from several Wrike plans depending on the number of users and features required: Free (limited to 5 users and basic features), Professional, Business, Marketers and Enterprise. The featured Business plan costs $24.80/month ($297.6/year) and comes with a free trial as well.

Wrike Customer Review

8. Agile CRM

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 4/5

Marketed as an all-in-one Marketing, Sales and Service automation platform, Agile CRM provides a drag-and-drop task management tool designed to simplify communication and task tracking between multiple teams or departments.

Prices start at $8.99/month ($107.88/year) and go up depending on the plan chosen. There's also a free task manager available, limited to 10 users and basic features.

Agile CRM Customer Review

9. Bitrix24

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius, TrustPilot): 3.3/5

Used by companies and small businesses as a team task management tool, Bitrix24 comes with a broad range of organizational features to enhance efficiency at the individual and group level. Among the most used ones are task templates and roles, Gantt charts, supervisor view, task delegation and time tracking.

Bitrix24 offers multiple pricing packages, depending on the number of users and amount of online storage required. The Free plan allows up to 12 users and offers 5 GB of storage, while the popular Standard plan (for 24 users and 24 GB of storage) starts at $35/month ($420/year), but will be discounted to $31/month ($372/year) if you choose to pay for two years in advance.

Bitrix24 Customer review

10. AceProject

Average rating (Capterra, G2 Crowd, TrustRadius): 3.56/5

AceProject is an online task management tool that offers time and cost tracking functionalities to help users manage projects from end to end and keep them on time and on budget. Its intuitive project dashboard gives you easy access to relevant data with color-coded graphs, and the Gantt chart feature lets you view the details and status of a certain project so you can make informed decisions.

AceProject comes with a free version, limited the amount of users, projects and storage available, as well as four paid plans that range between $24 and $199 per month ($288 - $2,388 per year).

AceProject Customer Review

Since task management software development seems to move towards simple web-based solutions, we have a bonus suggestion for you: a free visual task manager from Office Timeline made for the web. Relatively new on the market, the tool lets you make Gantt charts and timelines directly in your browser, update them easily using drag & drop, and download them as PowerPoint slides or .png images to present in meetings.

Of course, in the end, choosing a task management system comes down to the specific needs of each team, but we hope our suggestions will at least help you form an opinion about what tools and functionalities are most popular with professional users today.

If you consider that any other examples are worthy of being included in this list, please leave your suggestions in the comment section.


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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Timeline

Wolfgang-Amadeus Mozart Timeline

This Sunday marks 263 years since the birth of the prodigious and iconic composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Having created a massive body of 600 musical works in his 35 years of existence, he has influenced other maestros such as Tchaikovsky and Beethoven, and continues to be a source of inspiration to many, from film directors to computer scientists. Spanning every form and style of his time, Mozart's music has redefined numerous types of composition, from symphonies and chamber music for string quartets, to sonatas for the piano and church music. In trying to explain why the composer’s work was revolutionary, writer Arthur Miller said "Mozart is happiness before it has gotten defined."

To praise the undeniable and enduring legacy that the Austrian composer left to posterity, we have created the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Timeline, which overviews his life, including the premiere dates of his most important works.

Born as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart in Salzburg, he displayed a prodigious talent at the early age of 4 when he learned how to play the keyboard, one year later already composing his own little musical pieces. This tremendous ability led to his father taking him in several European journeys to perform as a child prodigy. By the age of 20, when he was contracted as a musician at the Salzburg court, Mozart had already given countless acclaimed performances in Munich, Paris, London, The Hague, Milan and other cities.

Despite being employed as court musician in his hometown, young Mozart was discontent and hoped to find a position elsewhere, which determined him to resign in 1777 and venture to a series of cities in search of employment. Unfortunately, none of these attempts materialized into long-term commitments. In 1781, however, things would change for him when, after the successful premiere of his opera Idomeneo in Munich, he was summoned to Vienna. Settling in Europe’s then culture capital, he would establish himself as a virtuoso and reach the pinnacle of his creation, profoundly influencing the subsequent Western art music and earning the reputation of one of the greatest people of the millenium.

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George Orwell Timeline

George Orwell Timeline

On the 21st of January, 1950, English author George Orwell (born Eric Arthur Blair) passed away. Best known among modern readers as the novelist who enriched the dystopian fiction genre through works such as Animal Farm (1945) and 1984 (1949), Mr. Orwell distinguished himself as an active essayist, journalist and literary critic in his times. Marked by a strong awareness of social injustice, his lucid prose continues to influence today’s political and popular culture, having introduced reference neologisms such as “Big Brother”, “Thought Police” and “unperson” into the English language.

To pay tribute to one of the 50 greatest British writers of the last century, we have created the George Orwell Timeline, which pinpoints some of his most significant life events and published works.

Long before the allegorical novella Animal Farm and dystopian novel 1984 saw the light of day, Mr. Orwell had steadily built his writing career through non-fiction pieces documenting aspects such as the Spanish Civil War, class division and the living conditions of the poor. To record his experiences of the low life described in Down and Out in Paris and London (1936), he dressed like a tramp and went on expeditions, tours and immersions in the poorer parts of these two cities. It was with the publication of this memoir that he adopted his now famous pseudonym, all his previous articles and short essays being signed with his real name.

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Jeff Bezos Timeline

Jeff Bezos Timeline

This Saturday, American technology entrepreneur and philanthropist Jeff Bezos turns 55. Known for founding the world’s biggest online shopping retailer, Amazon, Mr. Bezos has several other business investments as well, which he manages through Bezos Expeditions, his venture capital fund. Among the best known ones are the aerospace company Blue Origin and national newspaper The Washington Post. Having become the world’s wealthiest person in 2017, he also set the record of being the first centi-billionaire on the Forbes index.

To wish a happy birthday to the one who was ranked among the 50 greatest business leaders in the world for three years in a row, we have created the Jeff Bezos Timeline, which highlights some of his most significant life events and career achievements.

Completing his high school studies as a valedictorian, the young Bezos would set out on a steady path to success by pursuing a higher education at the Princeton University, from which he graduated with two academic degrees in computer science and electrical engineering. The freshly graduated man who used to work as a line cook at MacDonald’s in his high school days would, at this point, receive a variety of job offers at important multinational corporations such as Intel and Andersen Consulting. Starting his career at a financial telecommunications company, he then entered the banking industry where he succeeded in becoming an influential figure by the age of 30.

In late 1993, while on a trip from New York to Seattle, Mr. Bezos wrote the business plan for his own start-up, envisioned as a web-based bookstore. He then left his Wall Street job to dedicate himself to developing the venture, which was named “Amazon” and launched in July, 1994. Warning the early investors about Amazon's high risk of failure, he nevertheless went on with his endeavor, gradually expanding the product range from books to a variety of consumer goods and web services. However, this product diversification caused financial distress and led to Amazon almost going bankrupt in 2002. Under Mr. Bezos’ assiduous management, the business rebounded from instability and became the world’s biggest online sales company and cloud infrastructure service provider.

The Jeff Bezos chronology was built with the PowerPoint add-in called Office Timeline, which enables users to generate professional-looking timelines and other similar visuals with only a few clicks. The slide, which is free to copy and distribute, can be further edited using the Plus Version of the tool.

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