Hello my fellow Linux people -
I'm hoping you can help me identify an application that would allow me to quickly and easily document how I spend my time at work. I'm hoping it would be dead simple to use in the sense that I can make the entries very quickly, however detailed enough that the logs are meaningful.
For example, if the VP calls and asks me to take on a task that needs to be done now. The application would allow me to very quickly click on what I'm currently working on, update it's status, and create a new entry for new task I must immediately start working on.
I don't really care how the data is stored (cold be a db, or even text file) - as long as:
- It's not an online service,
- Has a standardized format that allows me to make meaningful entries and logs,
- I don't care if there are applications I'd need to install like maria db, or whatever,
- Also, it would need to run on Linux.
I guess it's similar to a "personal ticketing-system." I'd just like to be able to identify with data any frequent task that I receive routinely that interrupts me from accomplishing the really important objectives that move the organization forward. I could then create solutions that would either stop these issues from reoccuring, or automate my part of the resolution and start directing the issue to the correct team.
Please let me know if there's anything out there like I've described.