http://yourcub.task.cat?home - Will set the cub as your homepage.
http://yourcub.task.cat?dump - Will load the cub in dump view.
http://yourcub.task.cat?n=!privatecub - Will create a private cub.
http://yourcub.coy.cat?q=http://task.cat/ - Will add the url task.cat to your cub as a link.
http://yourcub.coy.cat?qip - Will add the IP of the connecting device to the Cub (Handy for Dynamic IP Tracking).
http://yourcub.coy.cat/new.php - Dump's only the latest record in CSV.
It is possible to have Cub's act like an RSS Feed, by having the cub update (preferably hourly, for the sake of bandwidth) from a Cron, we don't run these locally
but we do allow users to run them locally, you can find the template cron script at: [http://task.cat/dlcron.php] you will need to save the page as a .php file.
Import links from any website url by typing it in as a Cub name, e.g news.google.com.
There is the idea of "Private" Cub's which are cubs you create by using an exclamation mark before the cub name, like this: !mycub and you will be redirected to a hashed cub, http://61181ef1.task.cat/ making access to hashed cub names simpiler.
TASK.CAT is a accountless service which intends to simplify the management of Tasks which can be assigned to Groups or Teams of people which we refer to as Cub's, this service could also be used for personal task lists and performance reporting.
The TASK.CAT platform also produces a simple productivity report which helps gauge the response time for the completion of tasks.
You can also access your Cub url from the domain coy.cat as an optional preference, eg; http://psy.coy.cat