Next generation command bar
Routine takes natural language processing to another level, allowing you to issue commands in the fraction of the time it would take you with your mouse using a user interface.
Tasks, events, notes and recurrences
The console allows for creating many different Routine objects, most notably regular tasks and events.
But one can also create recurring tasks and events by specifying a frequency along with optional starting and ending dates.
Postpone & schedule tasks
You can easily specify a due date for a task in the console. Likewise, you can tell Routine that you want a task to be postpone to a later week for reconsideration.
Block time for important tasks
Because Routine bridges the gap between task and time management, it is possible to indicate that a specific task requires time for its completion. By specifying a date, time and duration, Routine will create an event associated with a task, also known as an allocation or time block.
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The console also allows for scheduling meeting by indicating the parameters of an event (date, time and duration) along with the participants through the with keyword followed by the name of one of your contact or an email address.
And a lot more...
Routine comes with a lot of powerful features for you to better organize your work and time.
Plan your work, block time for tasks and unify all your calendars using Routine’s planner feature.
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