• Events show start/finish times, so you can 'find time' in your week.
Good ideas. We'll look at them for a future release, and listen to the suggestions of all of our users. You may want to make a separate Feature Suggestion post here, so we can get a good idea about how many of our users would like that feature. I've been using the protoype of our week view for two weeks now, and it actually works quite well for finding time. I use the "Events" filter. I suggest you give it a try; I think you'll find it works quite well.
It's great for what it is, but I have to say I don't see how it helps users find time in their week. You have to tap on each day to see the event times, so if you are looking to see if a new event will fit somewhere from Monday - Friday, you have to tap five times! By the time I get to Friday, I would have forgotten what Monday's schedule was. Plus, seeing a list of events along with their starting and ending times doesn't let me quickly see how much time is inbetween events. (I'm really bad at doing simple math! If I had to figure out how much time there was between 2:15 and 5:45 I would be lost!) And that's the information I need to find free time.Completely agree with Fly. It will be as cumbersome to find free time with this interpretation of the week view as with the native iPhone calendar (this is one the of the major critics about the native iPhone calendar). May be even more here because of the presence of the tasks in the list, which can give you the false impression that you have no more time left...
May be even more here because of the presence of the tasks in the list, which can give you the false impression that you have no more time left...You can use our advance Filter to show only Events. Makes it much easier! Nobody else has this capability.
You can use our advance Filter to show only Events. Makes it much easier! Nobody else has this capability.
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