Own the 2020s

This decade, give up time to gain time

#3 Product of the DayJanuary 02, 2020
Time is precious - give up a habit to free up your decade for something you actually care about. This simple calculator estimates how much time you can save if you give up a particular vice.
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Hey Hunters! πŸ‘‹ I didn't think I would be launching something here for the second time so soon. In fact, until yesterday at this time, I had no idea I'd be building this! πŸ˜‚ I was inspired by @neilmtan's A Decade Ago and was thinking about how we regret wasting time or opportunities only after they have passed us. I thought it might be neat to build something that would help one visualize how much time they could save if they gave up or cut down on a bad habit. This was a really quick build and I will continue polishing it post-launch. As usual, I would love to hear suggestions, criticisms and general feedback! If you know someone who needs this, don't forget to send it to them! πŸ˜‰ Have a happy 2020 and the decade ahead! :D
@incept_shawn Super cool! Such a quick turn around. Collab soon πŸ˜‰??
@neilmtan Thanks man! Yeah definitely, would love that! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ”₯
Ah, one of those simple tools I never thought I'd find useful until I tried it. Great product. Though, I wish I could set how many minutes I save a day instead of being locked to hours. Congratulations on getting from the board to a build in just a day! Definitely a good start to a new year!
@julius_alphonso Thanks! I'll try implementing that ASAP. Thanks for the suggestion!
Well done on doing this is a day! This is a great idea. It definitely helps to give things up when you realise how much of a time eater they are
Awesome stuff, love the memes πŸ˜‚πŸ™Œ
@rohitmartires Ahaha thanks Rohit! I'm particularly proud of those πŸ˜‚
Easy and helpful! The summary is great, but it would be great to have options for the "what" and the unit of measurement (currently its only set to "x" hours). Otherwise love the idea and the execution πŸ‘
@sudeeptap Thanks for the feedback! What do you mean by unit of measurement exactly? The input or the output? Also, my reasoning behind not having options for the "what" was that different people will have different things to give up - for some college might be the thing they give up for time, for others they will give up time for college. But I will consider adding a few common options!