Slash 1.0

Get more done than ever before with the first DO app.

Slash 1.0 is the culmination of 150+ features and improvements, aimed at helping YOU do one thing: finish your todo list.
Slash is an entirely new type of todo app, so check out the first comment below to get the full scoop!
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Jordan Lejuwaan
Maker
Creator of Slash / ZeroSpace / Futurism
Slash pre-launched and got #1 on Product Hunt 1 whole year ago! Since then we've been coding like maniacs to add the features our users voted for most, and some extra fun stuff we dreamed up :) The result is Slash 1.0. A major focus with 1.0 was helping you start your day with greater clarity + focus AND ending your day resolutely when you're done working. **Weekly Mode** Adds a 'This Week' column so you can plan out all your tasks for the week and track your progress (a la Sprint/Kanban). **Start Your Day** When you open Slash in the morning, it will ask you if you want to plan out your day, which clears your tasks from yesterday into 'This Week' and has you drag over the tasks you will work on today. **End Your Day** After you're done working, hit the 'End Day' button to get an uber-satisfying animation crossing off all the tasks you did that day, a progress bar of your tasks for the week, and an invitation to close the app and go have some fun. **Mobile App 1.0** You can now re-order, change lists and schedule tasks on our iOS + Android apps. **150+ other features** Big things to little things that make using Slash more of a joy, including keyboard shortcuts, multi-task selection, resizable focus bar, achievements, new branding, etc. Our mission is to help people make meaningful progress towards their dreams. I would love it if you gave Slash a try and see if it does that for you.
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
Excited to share it today guys! Do let us know what you think, Slash is truly shaped by its community :) ❤️
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Philip PowisThe Wizard
@jlejuwaan hook me up brother! I remember hearing about this last year, excited to see where you've taken things!
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Steven Rueter
Developer
@jlejuwaan beautiful product. Congratulations to you and your team!
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Cian McCarthyHead of Operations at Dosen
@jlejuwaan @bootl Was hoping I'd see 'Android' :) Great job guys!
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Is there a lifetime option? ?makers
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
@salman_chishti it's coming! - see our Nolt for our roadmap: https://slash.nolt.io :)
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Pedro Pablo Mora EspinozaMystic, martial artist
I found his product thanks to Higher Existence, I only had to heard its function once to download it, try it, and I got hooked. Having a functional to do list that is integrated with my computer screen so that I can have the pressure to work on what I set myself out to do that day. I appreciate you guys doing this, a great idea, executed brilliantly, I did not even realized after 2 months that it was pre-launch, haha. I thought it was a finish product but then recently it got updated to 1.0 and I realized, holy shit! it gets better? You people are awesome, I ditch all the Pomodoro clocks, timers and to do list apps for this one, so i am eternally grateful!
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
@pedropmora Amazing! Yes we finally arrived to something we were proud enough to call 1.0 :) and following 1.0.3 last night, the 1.0.4 is already coming today with some updates and fixes for reported issues!
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Pedro Pablo Mora EspinozaMystic, martial artist
@pedropmora @bootl you guys are awesome!
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@pedropmora thanks so much for your feedback on Slash! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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Joel FalconerManaging Editor, SitePoint
Slash is the tool I've spent years looking for. The following is probably longer the average PH comment and on reflection almost reads like sales copy (I don't know anyone on the team), but whatever. Slash is great. Slash encourages all the behaviors that you already know about from the reams of information you've consumed on task and time management... if only the tools facilitated them seamlessly and didn't require you to make a pot of green tea and read six articles on zen habits and meditate upon your intentions for two hours and then create a series of SWOT analyses and GANTT charts before diving into your first task. For example: Slash encourages you to prioritize your week and day — and not just by giving you a Today view, but by making this a fluid part of its process — and it builds in techniques like Pomodoro and timeboxing to help you get started and get done. Many apps build similar features in, but none of them integrate them well into the workflow itself. You can configure certain tasks to open certain links when you begin, such as your inbox for an email sprint. Including a period of time in the name starts a countdown when you begin the task. This means all those process-y or batch-driven tasks without finite end states (as per best practice GTD methodology) are given one without any extra effort. That's at least four different apps, paper processes, or unfulfilled intentions eliminated from the Unrealistic Workflow of the Ascended Unpressured. Slash is clearly designed in a very intentional way to reduce the friction in your way and allow you to slash through tasks. Most importantly of all, it makes maintaining your context core to how it operates. In an editorial role that's heavy on the tabs, distractions, and a blend of production and management work, my quantitatively not-great working memory is constantly being whacked around like a tennis ball. The best tools for me have always kept the context of my current activity cued in my visual field. Otherwise, yeah, I'm taking care of this thing here that needed to be done at some point, but I have no idea how I got here or what I had set out to do two steps before that. This has only gotten worse as constant attention-seeking has woven itself into the internet's fabric (as I'm sure anyone reading this can attest) and as Slack has inserted itself into our lives like a hemorrhoid. Not an issue with Slash. Whether I look at the menubar or the bottom of my screen, the right mental framing is always at hand. Slash is a tool for real-world use that makes all other task managers look like ivory tower constructions. I've used them all, and quotes from my reviews as a reformed Lifehack writer have done years on some of their homepages. They were all fuzzy approximations of what we thought we needed. Now, I'm jaded enough that I'm not going to tell you that Slash is the be-all and end-all and can't be improved upon, but it's such a step up that it'll have you wondering how we wound up so far afield in this space for so many decades. But not for long, because this app provides the solution, too, and you can forget about all of that and start making up for lost time immediately. Get it.
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
@jfalconer So glad you appreciate the Week / Day model! We spent months testing it internally and it had a massive impact on our own workflow, but weren't sure if everyone can adopt it. And man, this really does read great - and better than any promo copy we came up with - we never advertised Slash outside of ProductHunt, but this is inspiration. Thank you! 🙌
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@jfalconer thank you so much for your amazing feedback on Slash! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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This app has one of the best balances of thoughtful design while allowing customisation and being extremely feature rich. Hoping for a more powerful mobile app as the desktop app is now perfect due to how willing the developers are to take on feature requests and implement them in a thoughtful way. It seems like the people who make this app actually use the app (rare compliment :p). On a serious note, it really helps with focusing esp. with adhd symptoms as the timer is always there to bring your focus back and the app just gets out of the way after the planning stage.
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
@yuuyuu Thank you! We've been getting great feedback on what this can do for people with ADHD, however we haven't dived in direction of proving its effects enough yet. It will be great to hear more! Happy we built something you use! :)
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@yuuyuu Thanks for your feedback! Glad you enjoy using Slash. Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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Wesley Dela Cruz 🌱product growth @ paymongo
I've been using Slash for almost a month by now and I must say that it's increased my productivity level by helping may stay focused at one task at a time. I've tried different kinds of set-up for my task management using Notion, Microsoft To Do, Todoist, and Things 3. What Slash offers differently is that subtle yet effective way of committing to do one thing at a time. I also enjoy the mini-rewards like I get after finishing a task. I even recommended Slash to the Sales reps who have felt overwhelmed with their volume of tasks to do. If you're the type to do a lot of context-switching in between tasks, Slash will help you fix that habit and encourage you to do MORE by being more mindful and being more focused.
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@wesdlcrz thanks a lot for your review! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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This is one of the best productivity apps I’ve ever tried. And I’ve tried a lot of them : Todoist, Taskade, TickTick, ClickUp, Notion, but none of them gave me this level of commitment given by Slash. So congrats guys
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@theomarechall1 thanks for sharing your feedback! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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Been using Slash 1.0 for a few weeks. Absolutely love it! I am in that awkward stage where I both do consulting work for another company, while also trying to manage my own business, keep up with investing and of course my personal life. Having tried quite a few "todo" list apps before. I always spend a ton of time setting them up. But I still get distracted in the middle of my day. With Slash, it has a cool "Focus" mode, where the task I'm supposed to be working on is always in my view, and does an occasional "jump" to get my attention. I found that since using Slash I am able to stay more focused on getting my tasks done without getting distracted. And who doesn't love the encouraging Gifs every-time you finish a task? That's just genius! I rarely review or share applications, but this one is absolutely worth it if you are anything like me with tons of things to do, but also tends to get a little distracted sometimes. A+ application, my only 2 wishes for the future is a lifetime subscription and integration with Things 3. ?makers are doing a fantastic job with this application! following: https://support.getslash.co/234
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Matt Cyrankiewicz
Maker
Founder HOO KOO E KOO, Slash, Dropr +
@mark_lyck Lifetime is coming :) Things is tricky as it didn't have an API when we looked into it, but we'll check again!
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@mark_lyck thanks for your feedback! Especially since you rarely share those :) Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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I have tried a lot of productivity apps: omnifocus, things, todoist, serene, 2do, taskpaper, ... the list is very long. But only slash is working for me. It's my discovery of the year. I only use it for 1 month, but the result is amazing - I really began to do more and work more productively. Also I am surprised by the high development speed and how developers are listening to the user ideas - you can vote for the any feature you want. I am very grateful to the guys for what they are doing.
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@alexthehunter happy to hear that you're enjoying Slash! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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Pavel Shokhirevmaths is fun
Working with Slash is like playing Fruit Ninja of productivity - and it's doing an awesome job of Slashing Things (3) out of my life! My favourite feature is that you can analyze the time that you spend working on your tasks and I'd love to see more of that! Congratulations on the new release! Looking forward to continuing your development!!
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Justyna CyrankiewiczCreative Content Curator HOO KOO E KOO
@pashashocky thank you for sharing this review! Please contact us at justine@getslash.co to receive a perk and talk more :) looking forward to hearing from you! P.S. Please include your ProductHunt nickname in the email.
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Pavel Shokhirevmaths is fun
@justyna_cyrankiewicz - Thank you! I reached out :)
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