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March 15, 2010 7:40 PM Subscribe
Is there a (preferably free) iPod Touch/iPhone app that I can use to track how I spend every hour of my day? I already use ToDo, Simplenote, and iCal.
posted by pecknpah to Computers & Internet (4 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I like to organize my schedule the night before, so that when I wake up in the morning I know exactly what I need to do during the day. I tried using the hourly schedule in iCal but I found it too arduous, and even keeping an hourly checklist in ToDo got annoying after a while, especially because I want to track what I do actually do with my time, and not just what I intended to do.
Yes, I realize that I'm kind of lazy but I also lack a lot of willpower, so that any system that is too complicated will be abandoned within a day or two.
My ideal app would simply be something where I could type in whatever I need to do, such as having lunch with somebody, put in the time, and then have a nice, tidy list about everything I need to do the next day. Then, during the day, if I went on Metafilter instead of doing flash cards, I could easily mark that down. My goal is to be able to look back at the end of the day and see how I actually spent my time.