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Atento for Mac

Avoid procrastination and distractions at work

5 Alternatives to Atento for Mac

Track all your unnecessary trips to distracting websites

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Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell- newCo
I like this, the interface is clean but it does tell me i'm distracted far too much 😬
Aman Mittal
Aman Mittal- Book Blogger | Developer
This app is easy to use and useful at the same time.
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell- newCo
This is more of a tracker - it doesnt block stuff but I think its pretty slick for tracking. I use it :)
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Idownloadblog
A lot of us use our Macs not only for our daily lives, but also for our work. The problem is, with all of the internet at our fingertips, it can be hard to stay focused when the allure of social networking, like Facebook and Twitter, as well as other things you can do to slack off, are no more than just a click away.
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Website blocker so you can get back to your fucking work

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Ellen Kruijzen
Ellen Kruijzen- Nightlife Evangelist at Loop
Funny extension that help when you're easily distracted to watch cat video's on Facebook or other sites.
Alex Lam
Alex Lam- Maker @ Lamify
As one user said - It has all the good effects of Adderall without the methiness.
J.D. Lindsay
J.D. Lindsay
This has saved me a dozen unproductive trips to Youtube! Part of my arsenal in curbing my bad online habits. 😉
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Medium
There are a chrome plugin, it's called "Go Fucking Work". I use this extension to prevent me access distraction sites like Social Media, Email, and something else. This extension also can "disable a websites to being blocked". I use this to open StackOverflow, Google, CssTricks, Nosily, etc. Btw, thanks for your nice article!
RedEye Chicago
There's a new Chrome extension in town, and unlike other programs that are meant to divert your attention to mindless scrolling and button-mashing, this one emphatically, and pretty crudely, wants you to get shit done.
Lifehacker
Chrome: If you need a little help getting off of Facebook or Reddit and getting things done, Go Fucking Work for Chrome has that in droves-and yes, that's its name. No nonsense, no frills, just sharp, pointed advice. Go Fucking Work turns every new tab page into a reminder that, well, you should really get back to work.
The Daily Dot
Stop me if this sounds familiar: You open a Google doc to write something for work when-ding!-"Laura liked your Facebook status." You click over to your Facebook tab, then click on the alert to read Laura's comment and admire your status once more. "Okay," you tell yourself, "back to work."
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Analytics on your daily habits and productivity

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Fatima Sarah Khalid
Fatima Sarah Khalid
I use this every single day. I love seeing the reports of what sites I've been browsing and my productivity score. I like using after 9-5 workday as well just to see what I do with my free time.
Øyvind Solstad ☀
Øyvind Solstad ☀- Head of social media, VG
Also, you can connect it to Gyroscope (also on this list), so that you have the Rescuetime data inside Gyroscope.
Edward Woodcock
Edward Woodcock- Tech Co-Founder @ GetDinghy
I use this implicitly a lot. It's usefulness has multiplied since it became an integration for Gyroscope (which is another recommendation in this list).
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Getting maximum productivity from your available time.

It’s actually very simple. It’s about breaking down your work into separate jobs and then using a timer to separate your time into periods of intensive work and short breaks.

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After releasing my first React Native App - Time Manager, I decided to share a few lessons I've learned here, and hopefully give you a glan...
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