A to-do list that uses tab anxiety to get things done.

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#5 Product of the DayJune 14, 2015
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Dave Park
Dave Park@daveparkhere · Learning stuff by trying new projects
Thanks for the special gift you setup for Product Hunters!
Gabriel Whaley
Gabriel WhaleyMakerHiring@gabriel_whaley ·
Mikael Cho
Mikael ChoHunterHiring@mikaelcho · Creator of Unsplash
I like how this tool uses separate browser tabs for each to-do item. I used it to limit to-do items to what can fit within my browser window so I don't feel overwhelmed by too many tasks. Also, there's a nice satisfaction you feel when you get to close a tab.
Siddharth Gupta
Siddharth Gupta@siddygups · Student
Hilarious, brilliant concept. I personally have 30-100 tabs open over multiple screens, so largely ineffective for me, but in using it my sister sitting next to me had a panic attack.
Gabriel Whaley
Gabriel WhaleyMakerHiring@gabriel_whaley ·
@siddygups mischief managed :)
Manasvini Krishna
Manasvini Krishna@manasvinik · Indie hacker
Interesting take on the new tab products trend. Not sure if it's seriously intended to be a productivity tool, considering the name and description (FMList. A to-do list that uses tab anxiety to make your workload even more annoying) but having too many tabs open is definitely annoying, maybe enough to actually get some work done!
Tyler Rollins
Tyler Rollins@tycrollins · Gentleman Hacker
Perfect name! 😆