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Sloth

Set a task. Set a countdown timer for it. Repeat

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marie ng
@ngthatsme1 · Founder, Sloth
Hi all, Marie here, one of the Founders of Sloth! Thanks so much for the hunt! We weren't expecting this so early, just launched 2 days ago, but are honored just the same! To give some background, Sloth was born out of a personal problem of mine. Some of the best work I do is under pressure, which naturally led me to doing things at the last minute, which … See more

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marie ng
@ngthatsme1 · Founder, Sloth
Hi all, Marie here, one of the Founders of Sloth! Thanks so much for the hunt! We weren't expecting this so early, just launched 2 days ago, but are honored just the same! To give some background, Sloth was born out of a personal problem of mine. Some of the best work I do is under pressure, which naturally led me to doing things at the last minute, which … See more
JB
@jay_bee12345 · Founder
This is a very helpful tool.. I look forward to using it. I have one feature suggestion if your interests and circumstances permit please regard your attention to the following idea: Consider adding a feature that allows users to set a punishment for not completing the scheduled task.. There can be a list of auto-generated punishments list to select from.. … See more
Jean Paul Mugizi
@jmugizi · Software Engineer for login.gov @18F
Man, I've been through so many lists/task management apps that I have lost count. I am hoping that this is the one just because of how simple it is. Any integrations plans with Trello/Github/Gmail and the like?
Ben Tossell
@bentossell · Community Lead, Product Hunt
I'm yet to find a To-do list/task manager that I stick with! I've tried Wunderlist and others. Currently just using Paper 3.0 for notes. But for some reason I just can't get them to stick! On to try this one :)
Kirill
@kirillkudin · Co-Founder @AviaSecret, @WiFi Map
I don't understand why 15 mins, why they don't use regular 25 mins like pomodoro technique with short and long breaks?