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Can not recommend highly enough to anyone who needs to time-block tasks. Initially downloaded this as a replacement for Timely (RIP) and it does fit most of that bill. The only thing I really miss from Timely is the option to view daily agendas as calendars; my visual brain likes seeing time blocks instead of list items (even though it clearly tells you the duration). Beyond that one request, Sorted gives me everything I need from a task management/scheduling app, and then some. It’s so easy to use, even when you get behind, and wildly flexible, can be adapted to several existing productivity systems or pretty much anything you come up with yourself. It actually changed the way I plan for the better. I personally use it in conjunction with Apple Calendar (for events and for big picture time blocking) and a journal (for goal planning/tracking, top 3 daily priorities, and gratitude journaling). I have always been a chronic app-hopper, but I’ve been with Sorted for a year now - that’s a record for me! - and I don’t plan on going anywhere anytime soon. Worth paying for Pro, for sure.
I'm an iOS app to-do list addict, I try just about all of them. This one in sticking with and here's why... The rescheduling feature of this app is just pure genius. Tap, multi-select, pull down to adjust the times in bulk, or drop to another date all in one swoop. With every other app I've used you reschedule one at a time. One at a time is something I got used to until I met this app. I don't think I could ever use another app again just for this feature alone. Next, visually this app is just beautiful to look at. Change themes and colors and make it your own. Finally, Take the time and learn everything, help videos are available within the app. Once you learn the tips of the trade, everything you do in this app runs smooth and just feels very fluid. Very well done thank you for making this amazing app!!!
I’ve tried a variety of other task scheduling app.s, but this is the one that has stuck. I struggled with using it for the first week or so - the instructions are minimalist, and parts of the user interface initially seem clunky. I could also do without video illustrations of tasks that are very hard to read, and can’t be paused. So why do I love it? Well, having gotten used to it, it’s really excellent at nudging me to complete tasks. The underlying concept of actually scheduling individual tasks has helped move a number of items that I’ve been dodging over to the ‘done’ column. It’s doing a stellar job of making me more focused on high priority tasks, and more productive. And, oddly enough - given that it’s nudging me to do the tasks I don’t want to do - it’s enjoyable to use. Syncing between my devices has been rock solid, which is always great in an app. FYI in re support - I did contact them on a question relating to adding tasks via Siri; they were very fast and responsive. I think you will find Siri to be somewhat limited in this venue, but I do believe that’s Siri’s fault, and not the developers. Overall, I’d recommend trying the app for several weeks, and then see what you think. They do have an option to purchase rather than subscribe, which is also a real plus.
I’ve been using Sorted (I guess 2) for a while now pretty much everyday, and it is the closest thing to the perfect to-do/scheduling app for me! It’s like Clear, but with better integration of a calendar! I LOVE seeing the color blocks of each task (which sadly they didn’t keep in Sorted3). Honestly, the simplicity of this (like the swipe functions!) is just right! I’m hoping they keep this (even though it’s not in active develoment 😱) because honestly Sorted3 is almost a step towards being too complicated. Truly, thanks for making such a great app in Sorted2! And hopefully it sticks around! (Change is hard, and I know change can be good, but I’m trying Sorted3, and it just doesn’t have the same simplicity that I love from Sorted2)
This is a much more useful "Clear" and "Fantastical" combination. I am enjoying using it because of the very clever controls the developers have built to enter and move reminders. You can shift the reminder times of individual tasks or select several and move them together using a time ruler along the left side of the screen. Using a two finger spread gesture you have the ability to move reminders further apart in time on one day. There is a tagging function that lets you create different lists of tasks. The help section is very well done with short videos showing how to do all of the gestures to make edits to your tasks. It all works very well for me and I like the app a lot.
Developed by StaySorted Limited.
Sorted: Master Your Day is ranking in Productivity & Lifestyle
Last update was at Aug 30, 2018and the current version is 2.10.
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