AdVirtus is planning and management tool. It is designed to assist users in changing habits and lifestyles in a positive game-like atmosphere with a social component.Show more screenshots »
AdVirtus is in beta testing. There is no historical or traffic data available.
The application strives to help people create new habits to improve their lives. The idea is a good one. The execution needs work.
Begin with the FAQ section, as there are no tutorials or instructions. One FAQ indicates that there are “annoying grammar mistakes” and asks the site owner to fix them. The very unprofessional response: Here is the link to all the phrases on the site. You can correct the wrong phrases here. I will be very thankful to you. It is not the responsibility of the users to correct the site content. The FAQ section needs to be cleaned up. The video tutorial would benefit from voiceover commentary.
Adding a new task entails choosing a category or creating one. Unfortunately, users cannot define the tasks unless it is for a category that was user-created. Many of the predefined tasks are not easy to understand and basically make little sense. Once a category and task have been chosen, the user may edit the title and description of the task, the interval for tracking, the duration, and whether the task should be public or private.
The Catalogue offers several suggestions for goals. Groups may be formed for any common interest. Users can join and share progress with the group. The Rankings section contains a list of top users, groups, and tasks.
Users provide a username, password, and email.
There is no cost associated with AdVirtus.
Until this site improves its professionalism and offers better instructions and background information – as well as improved and more flexible choices for categories and tasks – this application is not recommended.