I love both Timepage and Actions, but I am really missing a visual representation of my time as time blocks proportional to amount of time scheduled. This would help identify overlap and visually see where we have open space in our schedules. It would be great if we could take tasks from actions and then assign them as time blocks on our calendar. If we could assign events to categories, ideally that correspond with those in Actions it would be a great way to sort or tally time on a project.
Enhanced Agenda / Day View on iOS (Linear Time View)
It would be much more productive if one could really easily see in Day View (or Agenda View) where are free slots while planning meeting/tasks... Now you basically need to read the whole day agenda and calculate where the free time is.
Ik keep going back to the apple Calendar app for a single feature: the weekly overview, where I see the time lines and blocked times in comparison with other days. It is very easy to grasp available time slots this way. This is especially helpful the more planned events you have as it is way quicker as reading and interpreting daily lists in succession and comparison.
Timepage for Android
I personally have an iPhone, and I love Timepage, so I think my Android friends should be able to use it. Timepage fits the design of Android so it would just have to be ported.
We need Moleskine desktop apps for PC! That way the data will sync across the devices, and many of us have PC.
Please bring focus filters for specific calendars with iOS 16! I’d love to be able to filter out work events outside of work hours and vice versa.
Notes on Day
It would really be nice to be able to add notes to a particular day that are visable on the timeline page and aren’t connected to an event, but just a note on its own. Like others have said, it’s easy to miss that you had notes on “whatever” day because it’s hidden on a certain event. Most of the time, I don’t really want a note pinned to a particular event or specific time during the day, anyways. Otherwise, I really like the app!
Combine Timepage + Actions
I'm struggling to see why these are two separate apps. I think productivity could be multiplied by these two apps being smartly combined into one. Retain visibility of Actions on calendar, Ferrer steps to creating an action, include actions into calendar events (prepare slide deck for presentation, bring projector, etc.)