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I test and repair electronic products with a team. There are many 'jobs' going through my lab at any point in time. It is getting difficult to track whats coming in and going out because I don't do every test or repair myself.

User can enter a job when they drop it off in my lab, and it will appear on the master list or queue. Needs to have priorities and due dates that can be adjusted by users. Ideally this would be web based and open-source, but I am flexible.

A large monitor displaying a list of jobs in the master queue with details. This is very optional though, and would be in the best case scenario.

I have done MANY hours of Google-ing and I am not sure if I have been using the right terminology, but I have not found anything that is simple enough to stand alone yet complex enough to be multi-user based. I will work to get this set up if anyone knows of even portions of the solution.

I am open to ANY help or suggestions.

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closed as off topic by akira, Dennis, slhck Oct 25 '12 at 13:07

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There are dozens of products like this on the market. I don't use any of them, but I have read many articles on say Lifehacker, that talk about software like this that help with "todo" lists. –  Ramhound Oct 25 '12 at 13:01
What about trello.com? Developed by Stack Exchange co-founder Joel Spolsky and his team, you can even put it on a big screen In any case, asking for software recommendations is often considered not constructive – it also isn't sure if you're looking for something web-based or self-hosted. –  slhck Oct 25 '12 at 13:09