The web version is live now at https://actions.moleskinestudio.com/ 🙂
OMG. I had no idea. I was just going to beg.
Will there be a web version /desktop app for timepage?
@Sabrina Pearce: Hey Sabrina, we're tracking that separately - at the moment it's still something we're exploring :) You can follow it here: https://bonobo.canny.io/timepage/p/timepage-for-macos-desktop-web
Agreed, looks good & it's a great start !
An issue I noticed : Updating scheduled time to Unscheduled for an action item (happened have been created in mobile app and then edited in web app in case that's relevant), updates in web app - but never updates to unscheduled in mobile app :-(
A really nice start! One minor aesthetic observation: I'd like to be able to re-size the left-hand panel as well as the size of the lists. As this is the desktop version, there's an awful lot of wasted space making things big when they really don't need to be.
@Kevin: Thanks Kevin! Appreciate the feedback about density - one option in the meantime is to use the browser's zoom, you can decrease the size of Actions and the schedule/lists if you'd like to see more :)
@Alex Louden: Kindly give the link to the web version.
@yash birdy: sure, it’s https://actions.moleskinestudio.com/ 🙂
Thank you - I like it :)
Thank you, looks beautiful!
Does this mean that Timepage is not far behind?
@Timothy Zavadszky : Hey Tim, we're tracking that separately - at the moment it's still something we're exploring :) You can follow it here: https://bonobo.canny.io/timepage/p/timepage-for-macos-desktop-web
Also, This pairs great with the Vavaldi Web Browser feature called web panels. It basically opens a small iPhone size version of the webpage on the left hand side of the screen. Way to go making the UI so scaleable.
It’s great, thanks so much. Minor observation: font on dark yellow lists is black in the web version, while it is white in the iOS version.
With this a web version available, I really want to keep using actions...! But...with this job done, is proper two-way sync with apple reminders on your own actions list yet? I
@Martijn Stuiver: Good catch! For the yellow theme (and I think the light blue too) I made the font size black to improve the readability :). I'm keen to understand what your use case is for two way sync with reminders - would you mind elaborating a bit?
Re: yellow theme; I think readability is just fine in white (on my phone it is), but I have no issue with the black font either (well.... if I'm being completely honest, I actually prefer white, for consistency).
Re: 2-way sync: On all my Apple devices, I use Agenda Notes to manage all my projects. From within Agenda Notes, I can directly add reminders to Apple Reminders. At my work desktop, I am stuck with Microsoft's products, so tasks added by me (or assigned to me by someone else) need to appear in my taks manager via Exchange. Apple's Reminders also happens to sync with Exchange. Thus, having two-way synchronisation would allow me to view and manage all my tasks in Actions. Right now I am sort of alternating between Actions and Microsoft ToDo (which works the way I need it to). I LOVE Actions, but the way it is now I have a lot of additional work getting all my tasks in Actions, especially since the import function doubles tasks that are already there. I have noticed that 2-way sync is a much requested feature, is there any chance you guys will be considering this in the foreseeable future? Thanks!
Ok. First actual feedback. I feel like when I move an action from the schedule to a list, it should remove it from the scheduled section - aka unschedule it. I do see the problem though as this is set up so you can easily change which list is belongs to just by dragging it from the schedule to a different list and then you don't have to re-drag it to the schedule. That's honestly great functionality and I don't want it changed. However, I think there should be an additional rule where if you drag it onto the list that it already belongs to it unschedules it. As this is pretty much the only reason someone would naturally do this, so the fear that someone would do it on accident is unlikely. I found i naturally felt i should be able to do this with the way they UI is designed. Basically, you can keep the already good functionality for quickly changing lists, but add a speedier way to unschedule things. What do you think?
@Parker Frost: Hey Parker, thank you so much for all the kind words and comments - it's lovely to hear you're enjoying it so much! 😀 I think your idea of unscheduling an Action if you dragged it to the list it's on is a good one! I think my only worry is that adding this adds a bit of complexity - dragging something onto a list is intuitive and fairly simple, but if we added this rule it'd add some complexity - now it's "drag an Action onto a list to move it to that list, except if it's already on the list you drag it to in which case it'll get unscheduled". We'll think on it some more!