Jason BellMarketing PhD Student

Is there a "noprocrast" mode for everything?

On Hacker News, there is a feature that keeps you from spending too much time on the site. Anything general purpose (Medium, PH, Twitter, FB) out there?
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    Ivan Mir3maker of Qbserve time tracking app · Written
    Focus is the most customizable Mac app for this and it works for all browsers.
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    • Joe CotelleseFounder, Sharey (www.getsharey.com)

      Focus is a Mac app that sits in your tool bar and helps you stay on task. Couple of killer features are the ability to schedule blocks of work time and to create custom prompts that you see when you attempt to surf the web.

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    RescueTime

    Analytics on your daily habits and productivity

    Check out the RescueTime Chrome extension. You can limit how much time you spend on certain types of sites.
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    • Michael BennettMarketing, sales, operations.

      I love Rescuetime and have used it for more than a year. Affordable and a great way to manage how you are spending your time. It's not yet a full solution, and will need to expand to iOS mobile and also provide a more robust solution for offline tracking.

    • Alexander RomanovChief Financial Officer

      Extremely helpful tool if one struggles to improve his/her daily productivity.

  4. You can add sites to a redlist and set a total time limit for sites on the list. Its simple to use and free.
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  5. Ana Carolina MenezesHead of Marketing @ Byld · Written
    It will help track social media use and make a better use of your time!
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