2 weeks, 1 day ago FelixParticipant
I happily paid my yearly subscription and I use Skedpal everyday.
However, some pretty damn good similars apps are being developped right now
I’m not paid by them but the features seem powerful…
I hope Skedpal 3 will come fast and strong because there is strong competition around2 weeks ago SethParticipant
Hi Felix, thanks for your note.
SkedPal’s value proposition is intelligent scheduling. As far as I know, the closest thing that was made was Timeful acquired by Google a few years ago and was turned to Google Goals.
AI-powered task scheduling is a fresh concept and it needs more players to grow the market.
We’re also working very hard on SP3 – redesigning many things from the ground up.1 week, 1 day ago yreuvekampParticipant
Timehero does something similar and they definitely have some pros (schedule with team members), but are, last time I checked, not as advanced as SkedPal. And I couldn’t get their Exchange integration to work, at all.
I haven’t really found anything else, yet.1 day, 22 hours ago spunkmeyerParticipant
I just looked at Timehero and indeed it’s simpler than Skedpal and not a real alternative. For example, there is hardly any plumbing around overdue tasks to help. You can’t do custom timemaps either, there is just a concept of contiguous work hours, that’s it. They are definitely not focused on personal productivity.
But they do have a nice long term project concept, so you can:
*Create a project with a bunch of long-running tasks (they restrict you to 99 hours per task max and there are no real subtasks – it’s just a single level not a full hierarchy)
*Link tasks – they support proper dependencies and gaps between tasks.
*Auto schedule everything and see when the project will end far in the future on a Gantt chart. This is the part I wish Skedpal could do.
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