Pomodoro meets GTD to-do app

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#1 Product of the DayNovember 19, 2014
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Sun Liang
Sun LiangMaker@untsop · Founder & CEO at Pomotodo
Founder here. Thank you for hunting it @kevinjbastien . This product is still under heavy development. Thank you all for trying.
John Goering ن
John Goering ن@epaga · http://www.mindscopeapp.com
@xunstop what is your backend stack? What are you using for sync?
Sun Liang
Sun LiangMaker@untsop · Founder & CEO at Pomotodo
@epaga We are using PHP, Node.js, MySQL and Redis. We built the sync service on our own.
James Greig
James Greig@j_greig · Digital designer and writer
Would be great if you could try in your browser without signing up! I'm sure you'd get more signups that way too :)
Sun Liang
Sun LiangMaker@untsop · Founder & CEO at Pomotodo
@j_greig Great idea. Will do it.
Thomas K. Running
Thomas K. Running@tkrunning · Nomad Gate, ex-Teleport
Wow, very good implementation of Pomodoro @xunstop. A couple comments/questions: 1) I don't really see how this implements GTD at all? 2) It doesn't look like I can chose the number of pomodoros before break in the Android & Mac apps, only on web. I have found that 3x35 instead of the standard 4x25 works better for me. 3) The only part of the pomodoro technique I'm missing is the dots/dashes for minor internal and external interruptions. I have found this aspect of Pomodoro to nearly eliminate internal interruptions over time (such as thinking about what to cook for dinner, etc). Any plans for implementing this?
Vince Speelman
Vince Speelman@vinspee · Front End Engineer, TED
I wish the alarm sound was higher quality, more unique, and louder. I can't hear it over my music, so I have to adjust volumes everywhere.
Chris Thorne
Chris Thorne@cpwt · Product Manager, The Trade Desk
Really excited about this, and just started using today! Please continue to keep it simple / minimal in future versions. I really like the direction it's headed in now (with sync across mobile, desktop, and web), and I feel like some of the task / todo list apps get carried away and way too complicated as users start requesting more features. It's better to be focused [for an app about focus :)], then try to have everything for everyone.