PomoDone is the easiest way to track your workflow using Pomodoro technique, on top of your current task management service.

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  • Pros: 

    Aims to work with your setup, not replace it.

    Team is responsive, helpful.

    Very configurable but works well by default.

    Great integrations.

    Cons: 

    Several key integrations aren't available for free trial (without asking).

    No automatic cross-source Today view, but they're working on it.

    There are so few good solutions for juggling tasks in multiple trackers, because it's surprisingly difficult to get right. Many of us dream of having a single task aggregator to manage our stuff, but we also tend to be very picky about the features and how they're presented.

    In my limited experience so far, the PomoDone team seem like the right people to do it. Not only are they brave enough to take on a project with so many hidden complexities, but they're also giving it loads of attention in many different areas. I have several little niggles about details in PomoDone but, given what I've seen, this is a team that knows how to prioritise. No wonder they're showing the rest of us how to Get Stuff Done. Kudos!

    Yoz Grahame has used this product for one week.
  • Pros: 

    - Integrates with all sort of tasks/lists apps

    - Syncs in all major platforms

    - Highly customizable

    - Timers history

    - Awersome support

    Cons: 

    Honestly, I can't find any cons. Whenever I had trouble, support helped and soon or later what I had in mind came to be implemented.

    PomoDone is definitely the best Pomodoro technique app around there. I've been using it since the first versions, a couple of years ago, and had tried several other options before.

    Two points I can highlight are:

    1. The ability to sync the tasks with dozens of to-do list apps (I use Todois), project managing apps (I like Trello) and any kind of tool that allows you to create lists. If you don't use any, you may simple add tasks directly into the app.

    2. The availability in all major platforms you can imagine. So doesn't matter if I'm on Windows or Linux PC or even can't install the app (using the web version or phone), I can just open the app and start tracking and managing my working hours.

    3. When a timer is finished, be it a working timer or break timer, it has the option to change the focus of the window to the app, reminding me that I need to stop or should get back to work.

    Besides that, it is so customizable (timers, sounds, shortcuts, etc.) that can fit to nearly any use-case, all up to the user! Finally, it keeps track of all your working time and breaks (which you can add notes to), so you may review them later and check out how you may improve on using your time.

    PomoDone really helps me getting things done, keeps me focused and helps me improving the way I use my time. I'm relly grateful for all the team and the creator, as there is simply no other app with the all the mentioned functionalties!! Thank you!

    Rodrigo Bernardino has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Mark Surfas@surfy · Chief Product Instigator
I love pomodone - been using for several years now. Connects with jira, Asana, Trello, todoist etc etc. It's really an entirely new product category. It's a really sophisticated product with reporting and other goodies.
Alex MauzonMaker@mauzon
@surfy Thanks a lot, Mark!
Alex MauzonMaker@mauzon
Hi, I am Alex from PomoDone App team. I'm in love with Pomodoro technique for years, but I'm tired for duplicating my tasks or combining some task management environment (and I use plenty of it because of client's requirements) with time tracking software and pomodoro apps. Kitchen timer is great, but my pockets are usually filled with other things, and I work in many different places ;) This is how PomoDone App idea was born. Being a professional procrastinator I am not always ready to start with 25 minutes, so PomoDone App supports wider timeboxing concept (I love to start with 5 mins countdown timer). I also do like the idea to use time boxing for home errands as well as the web surfing, so we decided to split the Pomodone Log using buckets (private vs corporate), and use Chrome extension as the App launcher (to keep URLs, titles and restrict browsing time) plus block time killing website when the timer is running. There also versions for Windows and Linux, as well as Web App: http://pomodoneapp.com I'd really appreciate any feedback and feature requests, as well as the contribution. Cheers, Alex PS. Don't hesitate to contact me via Twitter DM for any question and Promo Codes for our Premium Plans ;)
Edward Sherman@edstonesherman · iOS developer
I used Pomodoro Time before but it can't keep track with my todo list and I need to manually enter the task name again and again, which is quite annoying. I like Pomodone of syncing most of the to do apps out there. I personally use Todoist so it works perfectly for me. Thanks for the great product!
Bruno Nascimento@nscmnto · Chief Beard, Barba Brada
If it connected with OmniFocus, you'd have my vote. :)
Alex MauzonMaker@mauzon
@nscmnto Don't hide your vote too far away, we're working on this integration ;)
Bruno Nascimento@nscmnto · Chief Beard, Barba Brada
@mauzon looking forward to it ;)
Ted@goofernator1
been using it for a while now, the only task tracker that works seamlessly with Trello and has everything built in that I need for my workflow.
Alex MauzonMaker@mauzon
@goofernator1 Thanks a lot!