A doujinshi that automatically creates a perfect schedule for doujinshi completion
You can easily make a schedule until the deadline for people like 'I'm happy that I won the Comiket, but the important manuscript may not be in time' or 'I don't know how to make a schedule until the submission' ' Doujinshi ' has appeared. I tried to use it because it is easy to create a schedule in about 1 minute.
First, access the “Doujinshi” website from the above URL. Click “Start Planning”.
Set a deadline such as the date of submission to the printing office. The deadline for testing is December 14, 2019 (Saturday).
Then enter the start date of the schedule. Here, tentatively input November 7, 2019 (Thursday). The deadline is not included in the schedule, so it will be scheduled between November 7, 2019 (Thursday) and December 13, 2019 (Friday).
Enter how many doujinshi pages you want to create. Drag the red frame slider to select from 1 to 100 pages.
Clicking on the item name will display an “x”, so you can delete the item by pressing it.
Click “Add Process” to add a new item. Click “Next” when the work item is complete.
Next, enter how many hours it takes for each item. You can select the total work time or the work time per page. The number after the decimal point represents “minute”, so if you enter “4.5”, it will be 4 hours and 30 minutes. After entering the time, click “Next”.
Finally, for each day of the week, enter the time you can work on the day. If it is 2 hours on weekdays and 10 hours on holidays, it will look like the following image. Click 'Next' when you are done.
The created schedule looks something like this. It was easy to create a schedule in about 1-2 minutes. It seems that it will not be in time for the work time that I entered, and 'Let's do my best 1.22 times' was displayed. It seems that no work can be made in time without reducing the time.
Click “Change time” to review the working time per day and the working time of each item.
First, reduce the time spent on the cover ...
Increase weekday working hours by one hour.
When I updated the schedule again, this time I was able to complete the schedule with plenty of room, as it says “It will be completed three days earlier than the deadline”.
Click “Save this plan” to save the created schedule.
Click OK when you have entered a suitable name.
You can check the schedule you created by going to the Doujinshi top page.
After creating the schedule, you can manage the progress of the work with the slider.
Since progress can be entered on each page, it seems that detailed schedule management is possible.
The gray line represents the initial schedule, and the black line represents the schedule that was revised according to the progress. You can see at a glance whether the deadline is due to the progress.
It was a tool that seemed to be useful for creating a planned doujinshi because it was possible to create a quick schedule with simple input and manage progress. It seems to be useful not only for doujinshi but also for creating presentation materials. However, since it is only a plan, it is up to you whether you can actually move as planned.