- Create your goals, quantify them in numbers, percentages, and progress bars, and support archiving (recovery) your goals
- Working calendar, can set your daily ToDo items or plans, with a four-quadrant model (see below for details) which can be provided for priority management of ToDo items(plans), and can be associated with the progress of the goal. When the task is completed, the goal can be updated
- Special feature: life progress, set your birth date, know how your life has gone
- Special feature: annual progress, you can see how much the year has passed, you can click on the annual progress area to enter the "working calendar"
- Haptic Touch Touch experience, all gestures will trigger the phone's own vibration feedback. After countless tests, by adjusting the vibration feedback strength for making the feedback more comfortable
- Support iCloud data backup, through the data synchronization of multiple devices, make real-time synchronization easier, no longer need to worry about losing data. (Setup steps: 1. [Settings] 2. [Apple ID] 3. [iCloud] 4. Enable [iCloud cloud disk] & [bProgress]. Make sure the network is turned on and iCloud has enough space left)
※ Suitable for people
- love lightweight management tools, fear of complex tools, and don't want to spend too much time fiddling with fancy features, then it's for you!
- freelancer, I'm a freelancer, every day I will be in my calendar on the wall to record their daily work plan, in order to bring the work flow, so "time schedule" is developed as a daily work plan management tools, convenient own at the same time, also hope to bring the same need user help.
I want to develop good habits and self-monitoring. Quantifying my goals is a very straightforward way. There are no extra steps.
-four quadrant work rules
The four-quadrant rule is a time management theory put forward by Stephen covey, a famous management scientist. Stephen covey has divided work into two different degrees of importance and urgency, basically into four quadrants: [urgent and important], [important but not urgent], [urgent but not important], [neither urgent nor important]. In order of processing: first urgent and important, then important but not urgent, then urgent but not important, and finally neither urgent nor important.
The core of the traditional time management method is "urgency"
The core of efficient time management: first priority, then priority
- how do I start iCloud backup
First, make sure your app's network access is open, then turn it on 1. [Settings] 2. [Apple ID] 3. [iCloud] 4
- how do I open a work calendar
Work calendars can be accessed by clicking on the calendar button in the left sidebar, or by clicking on annual progress
- how do I add a daily to-do list
After opening the work calendar, click the corresponding date (you can drag to select the corresponding date), enter the "four quadrant" panel, and add items according to the priority of the to-do items [double click]. After the addition is completed, 1. You can [click] items for editing; 2. You can [swipe right] in the list to switch the status of items (ongoing and completed); 3
- How to change the languages
In the left sidebar, click the "menu" button, select "Settings", find the "Language" option in Settings, and click to go to Settings
Temporary does not support
- Length of life (currently 30,000 days)
Not support yet
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2. Details of Archived Progress Support
3. Show the last segment of last time when launch the app
- 2.5 MB
- Update Date:
- bicheng huang
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