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After this last update it’s great. Only wish I’m begging for is a nag alert or annoying alert. With a busy schedule of things it’s easy to not hear the alert of even the early notification alert 😩. But this a great time saving/task manager for all things needed to keep your schedule up to date Just have to say I’ve been using this app for a about 6 months & think the design & calendar view are exceptional & customer service response to items are quick. I just would love some kind of nag alert like Sorted 2. The sounds that it comes with don’t seem to catch my ears & when they do I don’t always get to them quick enough sadly. Hopefully they can incorporate something to this affect. I appreciate the free trial for this app and really enjoyed it....plus I got this app because I msg them about some things & they responded quickly. It shows they care as developers. Have to say the way to organize items is great. I’m currently having some bugs which I’ve reached out to them already & I’m soo hoping it gets fixed🙏🏼. I only wish there was an option for an interval reminder/nag alert for when I don’t hear the task the 1st time it will alert you again. Other then that they have done some great work with UI & overall task management capabilities.
Like many folks, I’ve tried all the ToDo productivity apps and there are some fantastic ones out there, but for one reason or another I can’t stick with them — too complex, too congested, or too simplistic, or some crucial need is missing or is difficult to use. The sweet spot for an app is different for everybody, but with Sorted I found mine and I’m surprised. The 14-day trial helps ... do I stay with it, do I like it, is it worth $15 (yes, and bonus: it’s not subscription) ... and then the one-time cost and all devices is so much better than separate iPad, iPhone, and Mac (Omni and Things, looking at you) prices. I’m not begrudging developers from making money, but upgrade and subscription fatigue is real. Yes, there is no Mac version yet. Bummer but not deal breaker for me. All I really want now is an uncluttered, attractive UI, quick capture of events and activities, then an easy way to triage how I work. Most productivity apps increase my stress rather than decrease. Sorted, I’ve found, decreases my anxiety. I know this is not a feature by feature breakdown. Just try it for yourself. It’s worth the effort. I hope these guys will be around and will continue to improve. I actually enjoy using this app, reaching for it several times each day, which surprises me.
I’ve been using Sorted3 daily for the past four months; the more I use it, the more functional I find it. I am growing into its features over time, which is the opposite of my usual experience with task managers. The past few weeks I have begun using the auto-schedule feature, which helps me be REALISTIC about what I can actually accomplish in a day and forces me to prioritize. I am getting so much benefit from it that I just voluntarily bought the developers a pizza. 😊 The main additional feature I’d like to see is the ability to assign a group of tasks to a time period without having to schedule each individual task for a specific time. (The time-blocking functionality I have been looking for in vain for several years.) Like if I could call a time slot “Project X” and all tasks tagged Project X would fall in that time slot in no particular order (or manually sorted order). (This is not the same as the already-existing feature of being able to create a task with subtasks that are handled differently from regular tasks.) But even without that, I have found Sorted3 to be the most actually useful task manager I’ve tried.
I love the overall concept of this app with the built in calendar added in with your daily tasks and reminders. I used the free trial and went ahead and purchased the full version. However...I have the iPhone XS Max and noticed that this app used up a lot of the battery percentage, it drains your phone very quickly. My phone does hold battery good but it wouldn’t hold charge that good with this app either running or running in the background. Also, I noticed that my phone was overheating very quickly. My phone would get so hot even in room temperature that it would shut off, and i found that it was due to the “bad app”, it caused my phone to overheat very quickly and used up a lot of battery life. I went into my settings and looked at the battery percentage it used and it was about 46% which is a huge chunk compared to how much I actually use the app. I used to use the app daily but ...I deleted to see if that was the cause of the battery/phone overheating and it was the source...my iPhone XS Max is already doing way better and has not been so hot since I deleted the app. Great app but it definitely has negative effects to the phone. I won’t be continuing to use the app since it overheats my phone very badly to where it is burning hot. Very disappointing to find these effects a few weeks after the use of buying the full version.
I’ve tried a LOT of ToDo apps, and every time, at some point it goes out of control and the list turns into a “wish” list. This app is exactly what I’ve been looking for, a way to SEE the tasks, mixed with calendar events. It’s so much easier to make a realistic plan, and actually get things done, which is hard when your day is filled with lots of meetings, and not a lot of time in between. Add to that emails, slack messages, and constant interruptions... Before, I’d just put stuff on the list, hoping I’d have the time to do it. This approach forces you to really think exactly what you want to accomplish, think how long it would take, so only concrete actionable items are added. Broad tasks don’t make sense. This may not sound real, but this app is really helping me manage my workload, and as a result I feel more focused and less stressed at the end of the day, having accomplished more and without that horrible feeling of realizing you still have lots of things on the list because you couldn’t even finish half of it. Thanks guys for creating this!
Sorted³ has been featured by Apple as [App Of The Day], [New Apps We Love] & [Great Apps for Apple Watch] numerous times. It has been completely rebuilt from the ground up to make scheduling your day even easier while being more powerful.
● Why You'll love Sorted³
Sorted³ helps you schedule your events, tasks, and richly formatted
notes into a beautiful timeline.
With just a few taps, Sorted³ can auto-magically generate a schedule for you.
Studies have shown that ultra-productive people schedule their days to maximize success. Cause time is precious and all it takes is a little bit of planning to make the most of it.
Specifically, scheduling helps you:
1. Allot time to what matters to you.
2. Ensure your plans are realistic and not too overwhelming.
3. Prevent errands from overrunning and eat into your day.
Furthermore, your schedule in Sorted³ remains flexible to change with magic-select, time-ruler, timeline-view and our other schedule-focused controls. All crafted to help you visualize and adapt to the most demanding of days.
When it comes to organization, Sorted³ is no slouch either. Dig into folders, lists, and tags to organize your projects when you need them.
So what are you waiting for? Try scheduling with Sorted³ and see why the world’s most successful people work off of a schedule instead of to-do lists.
Interested to learn more about the practice of scheduling? Check out our in-app productivity guide that you can always access even after your 14 days free trial.
Note that our trial will NOT charge you anything when it expires. So give Sorted³ a try worry free.
● Additional features
- Unlock once for all your iOS devices.
- Timeline view - A more traditional calendar timeline view to help you quickly see available time slots.
- Powerful and flexible custom repeat rules.
- Themes (Light / Dark mode)
- Natural Language - To quickly input dates and times
- URL Scheme - For automation with apps like Workflow.
- Siri Integration - Directly add tasks to Sorted³ using Siri.
- and more...
● Community & Support
Join our Slack community by visiting: staysorted.com/slack
● Upgrade From Sorted 2
If you have previously unlocked Sorted 2, then Sorted³ will be a free upgrade. Make sure you have Sorted 2 installed and updated to the latest version before running Sorted³. Then choose “Free unlock” for this free upgrade.
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