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    1938 total visits
    CSTracker should be a wonderful web based application to manage/track customer requests.Customer information, custom plans and support request tracker are available. Searching is there by various parameters. Advance searching feature will be added soon.
  2. Simple PHP Agenda
    4093 total visits
    Simple PHP Agenda, a simple agenda tool written in PHP with MySQL backend. An agenda tool accessible everywere there's internet. Easy to install and configure.Key Features of Simple PHP Agenda: - scheduling appointments,- holidays, - todo lists, - secure access, - multiple users, etc.
  3. MyNotebook
    2556 total visits
    MyNotebook is a web-based notebook which lets you organize notes. It's based on PHP, MYSQL and AJAX. You can add, edit, remove, search and filter your personal notes by tags.
  4. CS-Project
    2395 total visits
    CS-Project, PostgreSQL + PHP driven project management website. All projects can have notes, todo's, and associated helpdesk issues. Supports separation of projects into teams/groups. Extensive logging system and unique upgrade system for ease of upgrading.
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    2376 total visits
    Todo Manager is a web application written in PHP and MySQL to manage the pending task. You can filter the task by projects, users, priority, status, etc..In contrast to other applications, the main goal is its simplicity. It was written to be used in small teams.
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    2197 total visits
    PHP Todo List Manager is a full-featured Multi-User ToDo List manager supporting RSS feeds, custom categories, and more. Features of PHP Todo List Manager:- Multi-User- Intuitive User Interface- Custom RSS and ATOM Feeds- User Configurable- Easy Setup- Free, Open Source Solution
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    2312 total visits
    proManager is a php based project manager/todo list with recursive tasks, task-related foruns, messages and notes. It works with MySQL, PostreSQL and Oracle.
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