Seems like a nice replacement for a calendar for those on a "maker" rather than a "manager" schedule.
Nice. I built something similar a while back. People seem to really want a solution like this. Mine was/is http://taskk.it.
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.
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.
What do you guys currently use? Agree on teh difficulty shifting workflows, but still haven't found great solution
going to try this for a week and report back
@liveink - awesome! Please do!
@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.
@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.
@rrhoover rich push / notifs are awesome on android
looks like this might be dead?
http://timeplannerapp.com/ is down and app seems pulled from the app store