TIME Planner - Product Stars
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TIME Planner

Todo list meets calendar

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Nathan Bashaw
Hunter
Seems like a nice replacement for a calendar for those on a "maker" rather than a "manager" schedule.
Brandon Gadoci
Nice. I built something similar a while back. People seem to really want a solution like this. Mine was/is http://taskk.it.
Ryan Hoover
Beautiful looking design. These apps are usually very hard to adopt because they usually try to replace existing tools and drastically change daily behaviors rather than supplement.
Nathan Bashaw
Hunter
Yeah, I can never stick to one myself, but I think that's because I mostly use a calendar and have a lot of meetings. Back when I was mostly writing code and designing things all day I think I would have loved this.
Kevin Kwok
What do you guys currently use? Agree on teh difficulty shifting workflows, but still haven't found great solution
Kevin Li
going to try this for a week and report back
Ryan Hoover
@liveink - awesome! Please do!
Kevin Li
@rrhoover tried it out for a week, too much friction currently. I think it has iCloud calendar integration but i only use gcal without icloud sync (too much dupe) so i had to manually enter my events and then remember to input the actuals. i think an easier flow would have been to 1) integrate with gcal 2) use 1 click notifications to ask "Did you actually start the task? / Did you actually complete the task right now" I do like the premise quite a bit.
Ryan Hoover
@liveink - thanks for sharing. Android's rich push could make step 2 even easier, marketing something completed without opening the app. cc @ys. Gmail's quick actions (http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/take-action-right-from-inbox.html) may also be useful for this, although it's not yet available on mobile and of course limited to Gmail users.
Kevin Li
@rrhoover rich push / notifs are awesome on android
Jack Smith
looks like this might be dead? http://timeplannerapp.com/ is down and app seems pulled from the app store
Libor Vašíček
dead site
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