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Calendar and scheduling for teams

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  • What's Your Biggest Challenge When It Comes to Time Management
    I've been using for time blocking and it helps manage the best part of my day. - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
  • My Productivity System in 2022
    My productivity "hack" for 2022 was discovering Sunsama[0] a few weeks ago. I was usually using a single text file from which I was removing done items. The problem was that I then didn't remember all those small things I did that added up to big amounts of time. The feeling of time running away without remembering how is really demotivating. With this, I can see on a calendar view when I did what, it's... - Source: Hacker News / 6 months ago
  • recommendations daily schedule app?
    Sunsama helps with prioritizing, remembering, monotasking, schedule/daily planning, and covers most of what you mentioned. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • Notion Acquires Cron
    I'm interested to see what Notion does with it. Seems Notion + Calendar seems to target the area that Sunsama ( is playing in. - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • what app / website do you use to make your routine?
    I've been loving to create my task/work schedule. I don't stick with it and don't use the timeblocking but love how it pulls my calendar, emails and todoist tasks, I can then rearrange them in the day flow, see if I am way overestimating how much I can get done (it keeps track of combined hours of activities). I put my most important tasks at the top and just try to follow it roughly. I rare... - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • What would you do if you could have your tasks in a calendar?
    In case it matters, have you checked out, daybridge, sunsama, taskable, akiflow, trevor (specifically for todoist), routine and reclaim and how is your application different or similar from the ones above? - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Daily Scheduling and Overall Productivity App
    Try out Sunsama it will change your life! It helps me organize and schedule both work and personal tasks. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Why Does The Business Care? with Michael Heap
    Michael: So planning, time is key. For the longest time, I thought I don't have time for planning; let's just dive in on the next thing but actually sitting back and timeboxing. So I use a tool called Sunsama. It pulls in all my different data sources so Jira, GitHub, I used Todoist as my personal to-do list, stored Gmail emails, and then it lets you drag them on to whatever day you want to so that you can kind of... - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Search fo a day Planer with one importan funktion.
    I would take a look at Plan (free), Hourstack (paid) or Sunsama (paid). - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Scheduling tasks vs. deadlines
    Take a look at Sunsama, it's what I use to do exactly this. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Ask HN: How to Stay Organized?
    Https:// works really well. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Feature request: card support for Upcoming View
    So to clarify it would look like this view they advertise on the sunsama home page basically you see each day of the week for all your projects as one board. Pretty useful feature for planning your week, its actually how I do it on my physical whiteboard. Sunsama is also a great tool, I almost switched, but Todoist is more robust and much cheaper. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Self scheduling time management application wanted!
    You could try Sunsama it syncs with your calendar and Asana/Trello/Github/Jira/Todoist – not sure about the time scheduling section though. If time-blocking is more the thing you are after try Plan I think that does more of what you are after. - Source: Reddit / about 2 years ago
  • For those who have been using Hey for the past 6+ months, will you renew?
    (For my money (literally, I pay or would pay for these products), there are some "opinionated design" SaaS products that are striking this balance near perfectly -- Sunsama, Superhuman, Tempo,, theStoryGraph come to mind as a few standouts that are led by visionary product folks, have an interesting take on a product category that's not primarily driven by the market, but manage to balance that vision... - Source: Reddit / about 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Sunsama

Alternative products to New Google Calendar
SunsamaIf Trello & Google Calendar had a baby.ProductivityTask ManagementCalendar and Sche...3,371get itRecommendationsPedro LopesCompletely changed how I Kanban-organise my work!Stowe BoydI use daily! Especially as a front-end to Asana.Ashutosh PriyadarshySunsama puts your calendar side by side with your tasks and it integrates with all your other tools (Jira, Asana, Github, Slack, Trello, etc).

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