Calendar Integration / Calendar View
Calendar feed or calendar integration with iCal, Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, Microsoft Agenda or within app.
Our team is working on a solution to show tasks with due dates on the Outlook.com / O365 calendar. We unfortunately can’t provide an ETA on this yet, but we can assure you that we listen to your requests for it.
So far so good! Simple, clean UI get the job done.
Challenge: when creating a new task, it's a many step process of defining the task and then going back to add the due date and category, etc.
Would be great to have a picker to enter all details at one go, similar to that in Todoist
Al igual que las notificaciones de wathsapp o el calendario en Iphone, debería sincronizar las bandas xiaomi.
I tried to enter a Piano concert from 18:00 thru 21:00 on 15th of next month. I can enter the event and date but cannot enter time( 18:00 thru 21:00) . It's a shame you cannot use this app for calendar/scheduling!
First, add the option to see today's prescheduled events in My Day (e.g like the single calendar day view from Outlook Calendar).
Then for each task in My Day, let them be dragged and dropped into the calendar day, which gives each task a calendar event (or reminder) counterpart. Then let this task event start and stop time be easily adjustable so the tasks can be scheduled around the prescheduled events of the day. (Ideally each task should be able to be split into several events to allow for maximum flexibility!)
This way, each task has a specific time frame in which it will be done. This relieves the stress of not knowing if there's enough time in the day for everything to be done, and it also helps free time in between events to not go wasted.
(I find this planning method an extremely intuitive way to visualize time and plan my day. As a college student, my time is split up into chunks of classes, chunks of meetings for extracurriculars, and then chunks of free time in between. The ability to see my free time lets me squeeze in my homework for the day, and commiting tasks to a specific time gives me the opportunity to do it instead of just pushing it to tomorrow. Surprisingly, I can't find a decent to-do or planning app that can actually do this so I've just been creating events in calendar software which feels redundant and unintuitive).
Stefan Farnik commented
Meant is the space below the calendar of clock flyout