Fast to-do weekly calendar
#2 Product of the Day
September 02, 2020
We’ve got the only calendar template — weekly. And, we’d say it’s the best format to organize your life and work. Tweek is a a lightweight planner to maintain your focus and boost productivity week over week.
21 days ago
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design @ Checkly
Modern alternative to teux deux!
Tweek & Visual Sitemap Tool
is the same team
Hello Producthunt!👋🏼 We're working on a tool what can boost personal productivity to another level 😤 It’s an online todo list! But not quite ordinary. In past years I used a paper week agenda notebook to plan my week. It worked well but I always wanted to move it online, cause it somehow always got forgotten at my home office. I tried popular calendars, trello-like boards, even google spreadsheets — that did cover my planning needs, but wasn’t quite convenient. So together with our team we created our own. 👨🏻💻 It's complete free to use, with some premium features like Google Calendar sync, additional color palette and some other features we are working on right now. I’m asking for feedback, would this week planning tasks list be interesting to try?
Co-Founder // Primer Co
I've challenged myself to do a write up of at least a single product a day on Product Hunt for the month of September! I did a quick write up of going through Tweek. Tweek is a lightweight weekly planner application built with simplicity in mind. Tweek seems to embrace simplicity and really bring you back to a time of pen, paper, and a weekly calendar. Built by
. I’ve used my fair share of to-do apps. Things, Asana, Todoist, Notion, you name it, I’ve tried it. I always come back to the most simplistic version of these for my personal to-do’s. Anything too feature dense, and I get lost in the application instead of trying to get things done. It really feels like Tweek has taken this to the next level. You have a weekly view where you can add tasks. You can then drag and drop to reorder and move them to different days or throw them into your Someday list. That’s pretty much it. This isn’t a bad thing by any means; it really gives you space to simply do the task instead of getting wrapped up in the process. If interested you can see my full summary here:
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Karl, mate I'm just like you. This is a great development you've come up with. I'll be using it for sure. It's the best of the old pen and paper lists combined with new technology efficiency. Quick question. What does the Upgrade offer?
Thanks mate! At this time Upgrade lets you sync your Google Calendar and choose from an additional color palette to mark your tasks. We're working on Reminders and Recurring tasks, what will be also a premium feature for monthly 'cup of coffee' fee :)