Sunsama for macOS

If Trello & Google Calendar had a baby - now for Mac

#5 Product of the DayMay 08, 2018
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Sunsama for macOS organizes all the work you need to do each day in one place. It's like Trello + Google Calendar. The new macOS desktop app helps you stay focused throughout the day without getting distracted by your browser.

  • Nikolai Lebedovsky
    Nikolai LebedovskyMaking Things Happen >>> Startup Adviser

    Easy to use, helps to GTD


    Sometimes the window disappears, have to restart the app

    Use it for 3 weeks now. Really like it! Would love to see a pomodoro timer built in.

    UPDATE Sept 6: Just upgraded to paid Pro version. Love it.

    Things I miss:

    - Mobile App

    - Pomodoro Timer

    Will see what can I achieve with the API (it is included in PRO version) and will report back.

    Nikolai Lebedovsky has used this product for one month.
  • Kees Romkes
    Kees RomkesHead of Product @oply_de

    Great looks, intuitive design, nice name


    Integrations are very meager

    The hard thing I find, is that Sunsama almost is useless if you use different services than they currently integrate. With the massive amount of tools and services that are offered online, I wonder if there's a user they can actually find fitting to their use case.

    In my workflow, I need JIRA, Asana, Trello, Meistertask, Apple reminders and culturedcode things to be integrated, to pull all my tasks into one platform. Currently Apple calendar / fantastical do an OK job on that, Sunsama just simply isn't cutting.

    Oh and the lack of two way sync for some things made me stop using it, sorry guys!

    Kees Romkes has used this product for one month.
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Travis Meyer
Travis MeyerMakerHiring@travisawakens · CPO @ Sunsama
Howdy! If you're like us, and you keep your todo list and calendar open most of the day, you should check out the new macOS app for Sunsama. The macOS app helps you stay focused throughout the day on the work that needs to be done, without all the noise and temptations of the browser. We built the desktop app so we could have a simple, quiet space to turn to as the day went on. When we've got a lot on our plates, opening Sunsama makes the day feel less stressful because we can see what our goals for the day are and where to turn our attention (and we don't have to dodge a bunch of other tabs that will break our flow). We'd love to know what you think. Thanks to everyone who's already been using the web app who advocated for this feature - we hope you enjoy :D
Philip Amour
Philip Amour@philipamour · Freelance Product Designer
Was looking forward to checking it out, then I figured out it was an electron webapp. 🙁
Dre Durr💡
Dre Durr💡@dredurr · Growth is the only thing that matters
I was just about to start a new trello board and sync it with my calendar with zapier. I will give it a shot for awhile. dope 🚬 🚬
THANK YOU for making this. I thought of this idea a while ago, but resorted to using a make-shift system that does exactly this but with Stickies (on mac). Super exited to give this a try.
Nikola Novakovic
Nikola Novakovic@novica93 · Startups and software engineering <3
Looks pretty sweet! I was just looking for something similar the other day. I did want it to use it for my own personal use and not on team level and find it a bit harder to do that since it's so team oriented.
Travis Meyer
Travis MeyerMakerHiring@travisawakens · CPO @ Sunsama
@novica93 thanks for the feedback! Any thoughts on how might we make it feel better for you to just use as an individual? You're right that the product was built with a team-first mentality, but we've got a lot of folks who use it as individuals, so would love to know what we could do better
Nikola Novakovic
Nikola Novakovic@novica93 · Startups and software engineering <3
@travisawakens Hi Travis! No problemo, you guys did a great job! Hmmm that's a good question, I would say maybe while on boarding customer ask if it's going to be used for team or personal and then "strip out" some of the team features :thinking: