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Busy

Intuitive time tracking - visualized on a horizontal timeline

Busy

Intuitive time tracking - visualized on a horizontal timeline

Busy delivers intuitive time tracking - visualized on a horizontal timeline. Your timeline is presented in a familiar interface most people know how to use - a calendar. It works as a calendar but is unlike any calendar.

We're building the ultimate tool for time tracking and collaboration 🚀 Would love your feedback 🙌🏼❤️
Just wanted to share a brief backstory on why and how we built Busy.

Most people don't like tracking time, and most time tracking tools won't score more than 3 if you were to rate them on a scale from 1-10. The existing tools are usually complicated to use and not very sexy. On a mission to break 3, we decided to build Busy.

First, we looked at how time is best visualized. In books time if often visualized on a horizontal timeline, taking you from A to B, making it easy to pin events.

Second, we looked on how we could best implement the concept of a timeline in a familiar interface most people know how to use. Most people know how to use a calendar, and by rotating a traditional calendar sideways, we ended up with a timeline.

The result is Busy. It works as a calendar but is unlike any calendar.
Awesome app and even better UI!

I'm definitely going to be using this when multitasking on large projects to better understand the amount of time it takes.
Thanks @jonnygrifff 😁 Appreciate it 🙌🏼
This is just fantastic! I've seen several planning apps, but from first impression this beats them all. It's so intuitive as well. For now I only need it for myself, but it's so good that I'm inspired to find people to delegate to and work with!

I hope that projects can individually be shared to which myself or a client can subscribe in their calendar if they don't which to create an account. I see I can connect to the Google and Outlook calendars, though Busy hasn't - at this time - been verified by them. I imagine some people might prefer a vertical timeline for each day, perhaps this can be achieved through the calendars. It would be good if more than one Google/Outlook/Apple calendar could be connected for personal and work projects.

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