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"Start Time" feature



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Eitan_d

Posted: Oct 08, 2011
Score: 1



I meant "Timer" feature...sorry

What is it actually good for?

First of all, I have no idea what to do with it.
then, Most of the time I forget stopping it...

A suggestion: A stopper instead of a timer.

- The stopper would use the "length" feature as a
reference
- It will beep on time (when it gets to zero)
- it will continue counting after it gets to zero, so that
We could easily know the overall time and the gap time between planned time and actual time.

What do you think?


This message was edited Oct 08, 2011.
info_1318861644

Posted: Oct 17, 2011
Score: 1



Are you referring to a countdown timer?
grantg

Posted: Dec 10, 2011
Score: 1



I use the timer all the time (no pun intended), mainly to keep track of how long it actually took to do a task. Also, just having the timer running helps me stay focused. I do like the idea of an alarm when you reach the length though, or possibly turning it into a countdown timer, although having it go negative is a bit counter-intuitive from a UI standpoint. I currently use a separate countdown timer when doing a task (which is a bit redundant - I click to start the ToodleDo timer AND start a countdown timer on my iPhone). (On a related side note, I found something Siri is actually useful for... "set a timer for 15 minutes").
Salgud

Posted: Dec 12, 2011
Score: -2



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This message was edited Dec 12, 2011.
jorgesalarcon

Posted: Mar 09, 2012
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This message was edited Sep 11, 2012.
daffodil1003

Posted: Jun 07, 2012
Score: -1



Posted by Eitan_d:
I meant "Timer" feature...sorry

What is it actually good for?

First of all, I have no idea what to do with it.
then, Most of the time I forget stopping it...

A suggestion: A stopper instead of a timer.

- The stopper would use the "length" feature as a
reference
- It will beep on time (when it gets to zero)
- it will continue counting after it gets to zero, so that
We could easily know the overall time and the gap time between planned time and actual time.

What do you think?

I also think so.


This message was edited Sep 11, 2012.
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