TimeJot and Tiimo Releases

TimeJot: Documenting Your Past and Future

Doctors recommend changing your toothbrush every three months, how long have I been using this one? Decorating a house is busy for six months, when is each step? Every two weeks you need to water the flowers, next time you can not forget. These small things in life may seem trivial, but each one has a point in time when they should appear. If you want to record what you have done or what you need to do in a while, you can use TimeJot.

TimeJot has two dimensions: “Event” and “Timeline”. The former is used to keep track of the occurrence of a certain type of thing or a recurring event, while the latter is like a schedule or a to-do list. Although there is no event in the name of TimeJot application, “event” is the core logic of TimeJot.

Creating an event in TimeJot is not that difficult, the only difference is that you can choose the time format of the event in TimeJot, which affects the way the “timeline” is calculated. Once the time has been created, we can add the time of the event and a note about it. Here, we can see the time interval between two events, so the “change toothbrush” thing mentioned just now can be realized by this function.

After a period of time, TimeJot will accumulate a lot of your personal events, and at this time, you can view the statistical charts through the calendar view, bar charts, etc. In addition to this, TimeJot also has a number of features that can be used to improve the quality of your work. In addition, TimeJot also has some advanced operations, and I think the most useful one is the “Variable” function, which allows you to add relevant data to an event, such as the amount of water consumed, the amount of money spent on shopping, and so on, and you can view the calculated values of the variable in the statistics screen of the event.

After a period of light use, I found that TimeJot is more suitable for recording events that are repetitive or have milestone nodes, but may not be suitable for daily habits (actually, I can’t stick to it). You can download TimeJot for free from Google Play.

Tiimo: Your Personal Time Management Expert

I’ve played around with a lot of efficiency programs, but the only one I’ve stuck with is Sorted. But lately, I’ve been using Tiimo, which I saw as a finalist in this year’s Apple Design Awards, to organize my schedule. I really like the concept of Tiimo – it combines a tomato clock with a schedule, which is great for lazy people like me, and allows me to focus on my work during that time. I like the concept of Tiimo – combining the tomato clock with a calendar. I’ve also imported my calendar into Tiimo, so that any daily appointments I add to my calendar directly from email can also be added to Tiimo as a countdown reminder for the day. In the Here and Now section, Tiimo shows the closest task and displays its countdown dial. We can also add events directly in the schedule, for example, my “Correcting Homework” is the time period from 1pm to 2pm. You can see on the right side of the text block that there is an add using AI, which is a feature that completes your task list according to the title of the time of day, which is really convenient for me, and it’s great to be able to complete the planning without having to do a lot of thinking!

If you’re a heavy user of efficiency tools, Tiimo can save you a lot of time with everything from tomato clocks to scheduling. You can download Tiimo from the App Store.