Joshua Sanofsky
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Magusjosh reviewed on 22 May 2013
In theory, both the software and Wundr/UPub services sound fantastic. But the software is incomplete, with the most important feature (one-click publishing) popping up a "Coming Soon" window, while many other features are either disabled or simply don't work.

Likewise, the service doesn't seem to be live. Many links on their website lead to a "Coming Soon" page. Initial requests for information (about ownership of published properties) and for help when the sign-up process failed were met with quick, helpful and informative responses. But it has now been two weeks since their support seemingly clammed up when I started asking questions about disabled or broken features in Playwrite and about when the service would actually go live.

I'm deeply disappointed. I was hoping to use both their software and service for my novel, but I'll be looking elsewhere.
[Version 1.0.1]


Magusjosh reviewed on 18 Feb 2011
The very best thing about this GTD app - a feature I have yet to find in any similar app - is its "Reminder" function, which lets you configure the pop-up reminder to run repeatedly at intervals. This is GREAT for keeping you from forgetting to do something.

Unfortunately, TaskCard is kind of clunky to use, and not very flexible in making lists. For example, I'd like to be able to create a task item that has multiple paragraphs for short notes - I was unable to find a way to do this relatively simple thing (just implement Shift-Return for this, problem solved).

And it's highly unstable. It crashes frequently when doing simple things like adding a new card, adding a new task, or just opening or closing the interface.

I don't regret the purchase...supporting innovative, useful software is good. But it's not getting used because of its flaws. I look forward to future updates.
[Version 1.5.2]

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Magusjosh replied on 24 Jul 2011
Re-review for 1.6: After four days of heavy usage, TaskCard seems much more stable - no crashes - and much friendlier to use. The new Shift-Return feature works as advertised, and the new tabs option is pretty cool. Very usable now, and still has the basic features that make is so useful.

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