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Stayfocused - A free to-do list with Pomodoro Timer helps you complete tasks on time.

Fewer Distractions, More Focus.

For many people, time is the enemy, we race against time to complete tasks and meet deadlines. So Stayfocused is you choice, a free simple to-do list with Pomodoro Timer keeps track of the time that you've spent on each of tasks and helps you complete each of them on time. The idea of Stayfocused is based on The Pomodoro Technique. The root of the idea is that you work for 25 minutes straight and then break for 5 minutes.

What can Stayfocused Free do?

  • Manage Task: Create / Edit / Delete / Starred your task.
  • Redo Task: Redo task you needed any-time.
  • Launch Applications: Choose any applications needed to complete your task.
  • Open Sites: Open any websites needed to complete your current task.
  • Open Docs: Open any pertinent documents in their default applications.
  • Set Timer: Set Pomodoro timer for n minutes you need to complete your task.
  • Play Sounds: Add a sound alert to remind you that time is up.

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What is Pomodoro Timer (Technique)?

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management helps you improving productivity of your work and studies.
Beats Distractions and stay focused at work.You Simply divide the working time into a number of tomato time.
A tomato time consists of two parts: a 25- minute work, study and five minutes of rest. After four “pomodoros” have passed,
(Each 25-minute work period is called a “pomodoro”, named after the Italian word for tomato.) you then take a 15-20 minute break.
Every time you finish a pomodoro, you mark your task on the to-do list with an “X”, and note the number of times you had the impulse to procrastinate or switch gears to work on another task for each 25-minute chunk of time.

How it works?

  • Write a to-do list
  • Decide on the task to be done
  • Set the pomodoro timer to n minutes (traditionally 25)
  • Work on the task until the timer rings; record with an x
  • Take a short break (3-5 minutes)
  • Every four pomodori take a longer break (15–30 minutes)

How can it help you?

  • Reduces the time anxiety
  • Enhances concentration and attention, reducing interrupt
  • Enhanced making sense
  • Wakes incentives and lasting incentives
  • Determination to achieve the goal of consolidating
  • Learning process improvements

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