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  • Category: Productivity
  • Published by: KUAA ?
  • Size: 221 KB
  • Language: English (United States) and 1 other language ?
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    - New Auto-Start button on Preferences to Start a Pomodoro after it is selected

TimeManage.me

Time Management tool to apply Pomodoro Technique and improve your work. You can start to execute a Pomodoro, do your work as you always do and then be notified when time is over. You can also see successfull executed Pomodoros by day and month.

Features:

  • Pomodoro Technique
  • Time Management

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13 comments



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1 September 2015

before I found this one that actually does what I need it to do. It works in the background so I don't have to stare at the timer on the side of my screen while I'm working. It keeps track of how many I have done. It dings when I'm finished with a session no matter what else I'm doing and lets me decide when to start my break/new work period. The only thing I don't like is having to bring up the bottom menu to switch which timer I need - it would be awesome if it switched between breaks and work periods automatically. But if you're looking for something simple and effective, don't bother with all the other apps - this is the one you want.


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4 February 2015

Could do with having the "out of how many pomodoros" field in the day and month tracker somehow. Maybe like a big # and a small '/total'


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14 October 2014

If I could only add more pomodoro types, such as lunch.


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2 July 2014

I would like a WP8.1 version.


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26 April 2014

Flexible and straightforward. My only complaint: you misspelled the word "REMAINING" in the live tile, which is a little bit irritating to have to look at all day.


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24 March 2014

A cross between this app and Zamora Time (another pomodoro app) would be the single best pomodoro app on the market. This app needs to be able to know that a break follows a pomodoro and set the time accordingly. Also if it shows up as an alarm rather than a notification people won't miss the notification if they step away, it would be a good option to have. Finally if it has options to extend pomodoros/breaks that would be awesome so you don't dismiss the timer and forget about it.


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18 March 2014

...disappointed to learn that the stats doesn't roam across my devices.


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10 February 2014

Simple, easy, no extraneousness. I would like to have toast notifications when timers are finished in addition to the sound alarm, but it's great as it is.


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15 January 2014

Otherwise, it could use a little more information for beginners on the technique -- and perhaps some more productive default settings, or otherwise a 'trainer' that increases the time intervals as you use the app more and more.


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22 December 2013

Great app! I just wish the Settings page would show a number for what each value is. Otherwise I have to touch the slider and risk changing the setting.

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