What do people think of Effortless?
Effortless is really a perfect example of an app where simplicity is key. They've done a great job of only having the features that are absolutely necessary along with an interface that is simple yet clear.
Senior Magician at Waitlyst
It's a pretty good app, but if you were to say press in "CMD + E", rather than exporting an image in your design app, it would open Effortless instead.
Senior Product Designer at Flow Health
I want some types of alerts. If something is VERY important, I want to set 10 alarms in different periods of time and not be able to turn them off. Or turn of sound
Also, if this app would track my browser activity and would block all websites exept these I need right now (not like chrome extentions, that block ONLY Fb or your list, but block EVERYTHING, except 1-5 links that I need).
Maybe event post link after time? )
I am unsure if this is just technology for the sake of it, you could just use a timer on your phone, watch etc. I really wish the Product Hunt team would think about reaching beyond promoting their friends and look at international projects..a meritocracy would make product hunt a better place in my opinion.
Really enjoy the implementation of this simple app. Would be useful to consider any of the following in a Pro plan:
1 - Pomodoro
2 - Integration with Asana/Todoist/Trello/etc
3 - Statistics
Great example of Simplicty. Very simple and super helpful.
Hope next version will adress these issues/needs :)
This is a great tool!
The only Con I have is that I set up a task to end in 45min. I looked at it 5min before timer ends. And then completely forgot about it. So it was at 00:00 but I couldn't figure for how long it was like this. Maybe juste add a "-" so it looks like it took for example 9 more minutes (-09:00)
A very easy-to-use app, recommended for those who are often procrastinating. It can accurately measure the difference between actual time and estimated time, and help us reduce the gap between them.
In addition, unlike fixed-time tomato time methods, this one focuses on the completion of one thing, while tomato time focuses more on the efficient use of a fixed period of time. My personal suggestion is to use this app's feedback to develop accurate self-estimates, and then use the Pomodoro Technique.
PS: Especially for MacBook users, the timer will automatically pause when closing the lid, and continuing when opening the lid. This feature can effectively handle temporary interruptions in the work.