Timestripe

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Cayo Medeiros
Does not recommend this product
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I use it but don't recommend it. There are a lot of bugs and they don't even show a way to contact them. The most annoying bug right now is that I can only see all the tasks of a day on my desktop, on the mobile browser or the iphone app I can only see a few tasks.
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Taha Riani
Recommended this product
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Taha Riani
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Flash Zamdamzam
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Timofey Shmatovich
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Alex Protsenko
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Radya
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Qwaqwat Owoltoz
Recommended this product
I started using Timestripe in February 2021 and rank it – in a field of so many dozens – as the single most compelling goal & task manager I've ever tried. Its sticking power, reassuringly cogent course of development, and simple pleasantness to use just outstrips everything else I've evaluated. I'll contextualize this by saying I'm an obsessive tool-evaluator. I've given serious chances over the past 10 years to a very large suite of task management and hybrid apps including Todoist, Things, TickTick, GoodTask, Amazing Marvin, OmniFocus, ClickUp, NotePlan, Amplenote, Sorted, Mem, the Zenkit suite, Taskade, and Sunsama (the one other player in this niche that I'm continuing to evaluate) as well as analog-first approaches. Timestripe's elegant visual-spatial answer to the "object-permanence problem" – how to keep more distant goals in sight while navigating a constant influx of more proximate tasks – finds the right point of power without aversion-generating browbeating. There's great versatility in the columnar board tools and just so much tasteful attention to detail. I now handle basically everything with the combination of Timestripe, Fantastical + Google Calendar (it’s here that Sunsama’s – and Todoist’s – pull-in and sync capabilities currently have it beat, though as I understand Timestripe is soon due to work with Google Cal more bidirectionally), and the calendar-integrated focus timer Session. If you get good returns on time-blocking and visually-oriented planning, you must try Timestripe.
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Lu Ginz
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