Never think of timezones again!

#1 Product of the WeekMarch 27, 2018

Love timezones for ever! πŸ‘‰ Follow your teammates and have their local time, no matter if they move! ⛺️ Add places, offices, countries, people, anything and keep track of their local time.

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πŸ‘‹ Hello THERE (!!) Hunters and Makers! You're doing incredible work! πŸ™‚ I'm Mo, co-founder (ugh, maker!) of There! There's mission is to let you forget about the timezones πŸ•πŸ•“, and focus on your communication with friends or teammates! βœ¨πŸ‘Œ - Who am I? I was a remote worker and I do consulting work for clients based in throughout the world. Most of my dear friends are spread in different countries. ✈️ Often, they travel as well. - What's the problem? It was a real pain to know ⏰ what time is it now for them, πŸ‘©β€πŸ’» when they are not working and 😴 when they are sleep! Also, I asked my friends in other remote teams and they confirmed it's such a pain too. - Why a new app? I've obviously tried different timezone apps, but sometimes I don't know who is in which country as well, or simply they were travelling and I had to keep asking them where they are πŸ™€ I LOVE to answer all and any of your questions, so please do not hesitate and AMA! -- 1. It's open source! Check it out! 2. I should mention @brajbi my co-founder (and older brother!) who designed the DB and worked on our admin panel. @nikkitaftw For her invaluable help as a friend during the work. 3. FWIW I am 17 and a half right now, a minor 🀧
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@brajbi @nikkitaftw @morajabi love it. I paid for Clocks a few weeks ago and couldn't find a decent alternative... this looks to be it!
@brajbi @nikkitaftw @bentossell Your comment made my day, it won't stop getting fresh updates! πŸ™ŒπŸŒ·
@brajbi @nikkitaftw @morajabi This is absolutely brilliant. As an investor in companies like @RemoteYear and @WeWork with massive, distributed teams, this is a no-brainer. Love the design, the functionality and the fact that you and the team scratched your own itch which turns out to be a big challenge for others too.
@morajabi @brajbi It looks great in the screengrabs, but I cannot use it in good conscience since you require twitter sign-in. Even though you have a panel that says you need to use my twitter to grab my photo and fetch my followers, and auto-update their timezones, no, thank you. Seriously: You don't need my photo. You don't need to grab my followers. You don't need to auto-update timezones by their location. All I want is timezones, and I can add where my friends are. I'm tired of handing over my social login for things that honestly, genuinely don't need it and shouldn't have it. This was part of the frustration with FB, is that they collected data they didn't need and then gave it away irresponsibly. Your reassurances that you aren't going to keep followings or tweets doesn't help me a lot. I can't use this. I wanted a good timezone app, not another thing that wants social data.
@brajbi @vmarks I can understand it Victor! I mean it. I'm adding a quick sign in by email method. I don't think I will remove the whole sign up thing as it has lots of benefits, especially as I'm working on mobile apps soon. Although we never ever store your any of your followings, never. Just photo, and name. Not even your location from Twitter. Why I chose Twitter in the first place? It was easy for someone like me to get started with the app, but I get it, it was a wrong choice for half of my potential users. I hope a quick sign in by email strategy would be useful for you. Please let me know what you think Victor. Thanks a lot!
Brilliantly simple.
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@chrismessina Super glad to hear that! I tried hard to resist adding more features, more coming soon! Would love to see you using the app :)

I'd be curious to know why the download is enormous. I know it seems like a trivial matter but when other single-purpose productivity tools come in at 20MB, I wonder what this one is doing.


I work in a global organization and have to schedule so this seems right up my alley.


Unzipped the download and it's 224 MB? That's bigger than Slack.

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Hey James! I heard you, it is now ~130 MB unzipped. I'm watching new technology to utilize actively though. I'm afraid this size is because of the cross platform tech we use, like Slack.
probably they are using Electron instead of ObjC
Awesome! Now consider us Windows users πŸ™
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@thiagoafram Sure! Most of the work is done! Subscribe or follow us and I'll let you know :)

- It would be interesting to have a way to organize the people instead of showing everyone, e.g. some tabs like "All", "Friends", "Company X", "Company Y" and other categories I create.

- Also, enable me edit people I added manually.

- Some people I add manually I know their timezone because Slack shows, but I don't know their city. So I had to find a random city with that timezone.


Beautiful UI and easy to use


Can't edit people; Can't organize people by categories;

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These are some great suggestions! Thanks for pointing out! Some features like editing people are obvious, but I had to prioritize to ship the product,I will be adding enhancements frequently, stay tuned! Thanks for understanding!
Good news! Hey Bruno, editing people is implemented now. Other suggestions are in our backlog to tackle. Try the latest version :) Although you may have already got it by auto-update if you restart the app. Let me know what do you think!