ididwork: Web-Based Work Diary

I have been checking out ididwork, a brand new web-based work or job tracking tool in the last few minutes. It looks cool and has a Web 2.0 touch to it.

It’s not perfect (I made my own job tracking program on VB) but I think it has potential to go far. Actually, ididwork looks more like a web-based work diary, giving employees the opportunity to record their daily routines online. By the end of the week or the end of the month, employees can quickly click on a few buttons and present weekly or monthly reports (summaries, charts etc.) to their superiors.

Ididwork’s online work diary comes in two different versions. The first one is for individual use and the second one can be used by managers and team leaders to monitor their team members.

Tried to find some good some reviews on ididwork but very few people are talking about it right now. TechCrunch has something on it though. TechCrunch seems to love it, saying that it can be used to help performance reviews and appraisals.

I have some bright ideas on ididwork right now. I have a few group projects with some home based business entrepreneurs; perhaps I can use it to expedite progress. Hmm…

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