Actions by Moleskine

A minimal, sophisticated list maker and scheduler.

#3 Product of the DayFebruary 15, 2018
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Keep on top of everything in your head, whether it’s movies to watch or the details of your next big project. Stay on track at work and home, the card based design is a clutter-free way to visualise everything that needs doing.

  • Sam Haseltine
    Sam HaseltinePre-sales solution consultant at Adobe

    Easy to use, beautiful to look at, enhances productivity


    Can't think of any - some people may say that they won't want to pay for it.

    Really intuitive design that suits the way I work perfectly - I love the fact your day's tasks get moved off the main screen if not completed with a reminded to review them. Massively helps reduce clutter

    Sam Haseltine has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    stunning design


    no desktop version

    I’d love to see a desktop version of this app with integration across windows and mac. Top priority featured:

    - weekly view with tasks that can be added to a specific day with one click

    - ability to make sub tasks

    - tasks can be dragged to rearrange priority within a day or moved across days

    - toggle to view / hide completed tasks

    - toggle for light / dark mode

    - minimalistic interface with high quality typography

    Gene Gerzhoy has used this product for one week.
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Jonas Petermann
Jonas Petermann@jonas_petermann · sociologist & market researcher
Think the TimePage app got a bit too complicated lately and not sure with their new subscription model. It will be hard to convince me away from Things. Biggest draw back I see is no options for mac. The integration between these two apps seems to be stellar though and never saw this done in such a way...
Renz Bernardo
Renz BernardoHunter@ohitsmerenz
@jonas_petermann yeah. Pretty interesting approach. Somehow feels like the whole Foursquare-Swarm thing
Ben Hamey
Ben HameyMaker@hamey · Great Ape, Bonobo
@jonas_petermann Hi Jonas - thanks for the feedback, is there anything in particular that is making Timepage feel too complicated? This is actually the main reason that we approached Actions in the way we did, we didn't want Timepage to become a Swiss army knife! Regarding desktop/Mac...this is very much on our own Action list! 😀
Niklaus Gerber
Niklaus Gerber@niklausgerber · I assist with digital innovation
@jonas_petermann @hamey Any idea when the Mac App is coming. That is the deal breaker for me.
Julie Delanoy
Julie DelanoyPro@syswarren · Design at Product Hunt
This. is. beautiful.
Ben Hamey
Ben HameyMaker@hamey · Great Ape, Bonobo
@syswarren Aw, thanks Julie! ☺️
Really digging this. Love the integration with Timepage. Only suggestion is why have to pay for both?
Emma Taylor
Emma Taylor@emmataylor8 · Dance Teacher
Is there a version for Android?
Simon B
Simon BMaker@siburb · iOS developer
@emmataylor8 We're actually hard at work on this at the moment and will need some testers pretty soon. Please add your vote here so we can keep you informed:
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@emmataylor8 @siburb not meaning to sound ignorant, but why is this taking so long?
Amir@amirmasoudabdol · Researcher
I like the idea, it reminds me of Things 3 but then without GTD structure, so it's even more minimal. P.S. A minor bug that I faced: If you want to use the sample task name, like "Call Mum" or "Visit the Amazon", the app doesn't make the item for you, most likely because it checks the string and concludes this should be a placeholder.
Ben Hamey
Ben HameyMaker@hamey · Great Ape, Bonobo
@amirmasoudabdol Hi Amir - very good find! We'll get that fixed up right away - thanks for the tip. When we set out to create actions, we tried to be agnostic to lots of different methodologies like GTD. We actually stripped out a bunch of other things that added too much hierarchy etc.