Procrastinators from around the world, there is a new app that might solve your stressful problem. Procrastination is more than simply an individual problem. Rest assured, you are not the only one facing it. Usually it happens to those who are employed to perform intellectual labor. This type of labor is harder to bracket in a specific timeframe due to its fluid nature. But we tend to postpone all sorts of tasks, regardless of their type. Timeful time management app is meant to help you organize your time more efficiently. The app against procrastination is available on iOS.
Timeful, an app produced by a company with identical name, is a Smart Calendar and To-Do List for Google Calendar, Exchange, and iCal. Some tasks you planned for a long time on performing more efficiently will now actually stand a chance of being accomplished. Timeful synchronizes with your calendar and your habits in order to offer suggestion.
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Timeful time management app learns what you want to help you improve
The best thing about Timeful is that the app gets smarter the more you use it. Basically the app will try to make you fill your time between two scheduled appointments with tasks you meant to do, but postponed a lot. In time, some tasks will turn into a Good Habit, as the app feature is named. So if you want to do some repetitive actions like studying or jogging, you can give the app the power to suggest them for you in some schedule windows. Timeful will offer some suggestions regarding the best timeframe for those actions, according to your calendar. By confirming some of the suggestions, the app engine learns to better guess your intentions.
The app has a very simple interface, although a complex engine lies behind it. The Intention Genome is the backbone of the entire app. Timeful decompose each task into its basic characteristics. It you want to exercise, the app will figure out when to insert the task in your schedule taking into account the proximity to a gym. “Machine learning and behavior psychology are our weapons,” Yoav Shoham, computer science professor and Timeful co-producer said to PCmag. Timeful time management app has Dan Ariely, a well-known professor of behavioral economics at Duke University as the other creator.