Moment: Show multiple times a day
Would be nice to be able to schedule more than one moment per day. For example, I would like a moment in the morning and one at night to prepare myself for the next day
Would you consider adding location based sunrise and sunset times ? My days usually start with sunrise and end sometime before sunset depending on season. I use another app for this purpose but it is just nothing more than a basic alarm.
Suppose I am Doctor who works at a Medical School in the morning, at a hospital in the afternoon and rest at home in the evenings.
I want -
To Create 3 lists
I want moments to show up at
Work 9.00 am
Hospital 2.00 pm
Home 6.00 pm
I can customize to see different moments at different preset times so that I can divide my day and plan it.
It would be nice if I could set a time to have a midday moment to plan the rest of my day and/or evening moment to plan the next day
Moses Wanyonyi commented
How about tying the moments to the alarm. So when the alarm goes off it can give us 10-15 min and then pop up. Avoids having to set up both alarms and the moments pop up time. I agree with Matt that working shifts or part-time definitely leads to different starting times.
Add optional additional scheduled Moments? I'd like to be reminded to review my To-Do list. And hourly or personal schedule-based markers when viewing list by time.
Have more options when running the anydo moment. For example run any do moment for 3 days for the next 5 days or the next week.
Also, I should be able to have multiple settings for moments. eg. I should be able to plan my day both at start of day and at end of day
This would help me too. I work shifts and so my days start at different times during the week as well as weekends.
Anthony Martin commented
At weekends, it's nice to not have to start your day at 8am if you don't want to. My alarm times are different for weekdays and weekends, so why shouldn't my task-list management also follow the same rules?
Ivan Frolov commented
For example, I want any.do moment to play at different times on weekdays and weekends.