A program for a small business that can help it to manage tasks assigned to each member of the team. The program allows a user to log in, add tasks, register new users, check all tasks and check each user's own tasks. It also has admin priveleges with additional menu options upon admin log in. (by siwhelan)
The program is based on a task manager that I created as a capstone project during the bootcamp, but I wanted to take it to the next level by adding a GUI to make the backend more user-friendly. The original program can be found here.
A modern and customizable python UI-library based on Tkinter
Built with the customtkinter library, Task Manager features a sleek and modern graphical user interface. But, it's not just about looks - the program also includes practical features such as a dark mode, UI scaling, and the ability to view, add, edit, and delete tasks with ease. Plus, the program includes a login system that utilizes a MongoDB database to store and verify user credentials, ensuring the security of your task and user information.
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Task Manager GUI - A graphical user interface for a task management program built using the customtkinter library.
Installation is a simple affair - install the necessary dependencies and libraries, set up a MongoDB server, and voila! You're ready to start managing your tasks like a pro. Full instructions for all of these can be found in the Github repo - link
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