When2Leave

Get an alert when your commute time drops below _____

get it
#4 Product of the DayMay 01, 2016

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Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · CodenameDjango, CEO/ isai (VC)
would be incredibly more useful as a mobile app. my 2c
Abe Storey@abe_storey · Entrepreneur & Growth Marketer
@ourielohayon Or a bot
Joe Youngblood@youngbloodjoe · Founder, Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
@ourielohayon or an app that also has an alarm clock that uses predictive analytics to decide what time you need to wake up to get to work....
Paolo Perazzo@sivola · Building products
@ourielohayon open it on mobile, save it to your springboard and you have your mobile app...
Ben Harten@itwasg00d · Ad Solutions & Marketing Director
great idea.
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · CodenameDjango, CEO/ isai (VC)
@sivola not enough. need a hook to notification. hook to location...
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Neat idea, useful if you have a flexible schedule. I like that it provides an average ETA also:
Ravi VadrevuHiring@raviformative · Autonomous Hiring Intelligence
@rrhoover The maker of this product is my buddy from USC @luthrapankaj
PankajMaker@luthrapankaj · When2Leave.com
@rrhoover Thanks Ryan, that was exactly the idea behind creating this.
Andy Abramson@andyabramson · CEO, Comunicano
Good idea. But, this is working within Google Calendar already. Why do I need another app?
PankajMaker@luthrapankaj · When2Leave.com
@andyabramson Thanks! :) Google calendar works well for predictable commute events. This is more for when you have irregular commute and have some flexibility on when you can leave.
Greig Cranfield@greigcranfield · Cofounder @Pendle.io
I think this could really work as a bot. Just saying.
Edmund Cinco@edmund5 · API & Chatbot Developer
Nice app
PankajMaker@luthrapankaj · When2Leave.com
@edmund5 Thank you!