Juleap - Todo list and task manager

To-do list with a calendar and timer built in

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Juleap helps you manage and enjoy your daily routine by providing all the tools you need to never drop the ball again!

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  • DariusSoftware Engineer

    Clean and aesthetic


    lack of intergrations

    Been using it as a daily driver for over a week now. Very happy with it so far!

    Darius has used this product for one week.
  • Pros: 

    Combined calendar with Todo list + Timer


    No integration with 3rd party calendar like iCal or Google Calendar

    If you add the integration, I would love to try this product.

    Bin has never used this product.


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Idea looks super awesome! Is it web-only or on iOS/Android as well?
EntregrammerMaker@entregrammer · Part Engineer part entrepreneur.
@michelvanheest Thanks! currently yes, only web/PWA clients are available. IOS/Android clients are in development and will ship early May.
ShimomiAizo@hesperiashimo · Junior UI/UX Designer, Altitude Labs
@michelvanheest @entregrammer is there also any plan for a MacOS App?
EntregrammerMaker@entregrammer · Part Engineer part entrepreneur.
@michelvanheest @hesperiashimo Yes, MacOS/Win/Linux Apps will come out in the second quarter of this year
Joshua PinterPro@joshuapinter · Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
Clean design, great job.
EntregrammerMaker@entregrammer · Part Engineer part entrepreneur.
@joshuapinter Thank you!
Gua Tabidze@gtabidze · Idea and Follow-Through Person
To-do List & Calendar & Timer seems great combination to get things done well!
Vytautas Bivainis@vytautas · Daratus
Looks like a really cool product. I've always struggled with similar products because they didn't satisfy my needs. I even used my own custom tool on excel :) This however, seems as the sth I could use. Some suggestions: - It would be great to be able to change the event duration on the calendar by dragging the lower border of the event box, as on google calendar. - In the Inbox view, it would be more convenient to see the day of the event on the left before the time. - in any view - some kind of automatic sorting would be great. I'd prefer to see important tasks first, other tasks that are not scheduled and only then the scheduled tasks. It would be painful to sort them manually - Maybe would make sense that if the event is already scheduled, after a single click, you'd be referred to the event on the calendar, and the event would be highlighted there. - Double click on the event could go to edit event window. - When adding an event, it would be great to have presets of tags available to click without the need to type - would be great if you didn't need to go to the edit window of the event to apply preset tags. Maybe they could always be there on every task greyed out, and easily added by taping on them - when dragging a task to the calendar, you should be able to drag it to another day, e.g. you drag it to 14th and the 14th day's schedule is activated, and the you drop the task on the appropriate time slot - when you filter tasks by a tag and add a new task, the same tag should be automatically applied to the new task - Spaces between days could be smaller in the Next 7 Days view - Undo feature would be great if possible. - And google calendar integration is important for me as well
EntregrammerMaker@entregrammer · Part Engineer part entrepreneur.
Thank you for your feedback @vytautas ! I share the same perspective on a lot of the issues you pointed out. Some of them are fixed in the current version, others, especially calendar related, will be ironed out once the integration with google hits the servers. Thank you for your invaluable feedback!
Gabriel Cousin@gabrielcousin
Hey there, did I miss something or is there no way to look after tasks once they're done/checked?
EntregrammerMaker@entregrammer · Part Engineer part entrepreneur.
@gabrielcousin Yes, once completed theres no toggle to check comleted tasks. This feature will ship in the next 24 hours.
Gabriel Cousin@gabrielcousin
@entregrammer Thanks 💪