Trevor A.I.

Personal assistant that helps you manage your time

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George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
Hello Product Hunters! I’m George, the Founder of Trevor Labs, and I’d love to introduce you to Trevor... What is Trevor? - Trevor is a personal assistant designed to help you manage your time in a mindful way. What makes Trevor Unique? With Trevor you can schedule your Tasks right into your Calendar with a simple swipe. It’s very simple and efficient for planning your day, and tracking both time and progress. Where’s the A.I. in Trevor? - Trevor is designed to be a personal assistant. He understands natural language and will soon start to understand the context of your schedule. He will use this information to provide you with powerful personal insights and analytics on how you spend your time. As soon as he is confident enough, Trevor will start making intelligent suggestions on how you can improve your schedule, or simply find the best time for the things on your to-do list. Fast-forward a few months and he’ll be able to automagically make a balanced schedule for your day, ready for you when you wake up. What are the motives behind Trevor? - Productivity, Personal Development, Balance, Mindfulness Why a Personal Assistant for time management? - Today’s calendars are static, outdated, stand-alone apps, but we live in a different world now - one that is connected, dynamic and smart. A new world calls for a new solution. I'd be happy to answer all of your questions :)
Andrew Mutavdzija@andym_dc · JD
@jokopetrov it just flat out doesn't do anything regardless of what I type.
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@andym_dc Hey Andrew, besides poor network I can't think of any other reason. You just need to type the task you want to create and it will create a Reminder. If you give it time (ex: at 6 pm) it will also automatically schedule that task in your calendar. It's still an early version, thank you for trying it out :)
Evan Thomas Paul@evanthomaspaul · VP Products, GuideStar
@jokopetrov Any thoughts about how this competes with or is complimentary to x.ai? It would be valuable to have an AI that scheduled both tasks and meetings.
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@evanthomaspaul Scheduling meetings is already quite a crowded area so we don't have any immediate plans in this domain. Having in mind you can't ignore it, I believe that Trevor and x.ai will compliment each other for now. Once we know enough about a user scheduling meetings should be quite easy. Right now we want to bridge the gap between Task management apps and Calendars. Thank you for the question.
Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
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Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@bentossell what's the AI actually do? Looks like it's just a scheduler?
Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
@chrismessina I'm intrigued also...
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@chrismessina @bentossell Trevor is designed to be a personal assistant. He understands natural language and will soon start to understand the context of the items in your schedule. He will use this information to provide you with powerful personal insights and analytics on how you spend your time. As soon as he is confident enough, Trevor will start making intelligent suggestions on how you can improve your schedule, or simply find the best time for the things on your to-do list. Fast-forward a few months and he’ll be able to automagically make a balanced schedule for your day, ready for you when you wake up. Or to SUM UP: NLP, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics :)
Gabriel Lewis@gabriel__lewis · 🤔
Looks a lot like Timeful, going to give it a try. 😆
Andrew Mutavdzija@andym_dc · JD
@gabriel__lewis is Timeful defunct? Couldn't find it on app store.
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@gabriel__lewis Timeful seems like a great app, we are likely headed in a similar direction. Too bad I never got the chance to try it out for myself. I know people who did, liked it a lot.
Gabriel Lewis@gabriel__lewis · 🤔
@andym_dc Google Acquired them then promptly shut them down
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@gabriel__lewis @andym_dc I believe their code lives within Google Calendar's Goals update
Chris Oslund@eighttwo_three · Makes shiny (often) digital things
Very cool look and I like the interaction of sliding your tasks onto your calendar. Really clever stuff there! But I gotta echo some of the other questions. Knowing a tiny bit about machine learning and NLP myself and given the apparent inputs, what insights can you actually provide me as the user? What does a "powerful insight" look like? It seems like the promise (and I don't just mean with Trevor but most "assistants") is to help me grow and make better decisions but ultimately it comes down to saving a few emails here and there and rebalancing my calendar based on some super simple rules. Will Trevor be different?
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@eighttwo_three We are creatures of habit and that is a perfect platform for basic AI. It's easy for Trevor to know how long it takes you to go shopping, or that you prefer to read books in the morning, or that you hike on Saturdays in the summer. With enough data you can predict what the user is doing at the moment without even adding anything to your calendar. This, in time, will automate the whole process of "getting organized" and will turn it into a seamless flow. In terms of "powerful insights" simply knowing that during the past month you spent 70% of your awake time at work, 5% on health and 7% on social, etc. is enough to help you understand whether your goals are aligned with your actions. Trevor can classify everything you do in categories and show you the numbers, but the power is in the understanding of those numbers. The change must come from within.
Jon Wood@jonw · Product Designer
Excited to see how Trevor will help me as I'm a heavy calender user. I've been trying to add tasks thru Trevor, but none of them are getting saved. Also, I have to open my calendar app to view event details and I can't check off any events. Is there a difference between existing calendar events and Trevor app created tasks? How do these interact/sync with GoogleCal or iCloud?
George PetrovMaker@jokopetrov · Founder, Trevor Labs
@jonw As soon as you create a task it is saved as an iOS Reminder and displayed in Trevor. You can schedule it from there or you can set it a time when creating it - "Task at 6 pm" which will automatically schedule that reminder into your calendar. Only scheduled tasks can be marked as complete. I hope that answers your questions, if not I'd be happy to assist.