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As mentioned, pomedoro is a great tool for some tasks, however I agree that coding and some other tasks requre a higher zone out to fully dive into the subject. In your case pomodoro is nothing more than a tool that helps you not to overload with your tasks. I want to suggest you not to focus on the tools but focus more on the book that you are reading as ...


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Personally, I let the context decide whether I go for the break immediately or keep working for a little bit longer. One of the main advantages of the Pomodoro technique is that it tempers your enthusiasm. A flow state is like a chain reaction, very powerful, but if you let it run its course it'll burn up all your energy, and then you won't get back into ...


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Your question is the main problem of pomodoro tech but brain relaxing is the goal. I use pomodoro for making extended in time tasks. When the timer rings I stand up and go away for 5 min. After return I don't need to start my task from the begining, it's only 5 min break was! Try to make breaks in your fix process, you'll make it faster with breaks instead ...


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How about Time Doctor? It is primarily not a Pomodoro app. It is more of GTD. But, since it is cross platform (Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, iOS and even a Chromebook app) I believe this would fit your needs best. It syncs well in all these platforms too.


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I personally use Google calendar for this. It can do this effectively. If you learn how to use effectively: Prior to june 22 - 2015: you could add the stuff to your calendar and let you send a text-message at some point to remind you. Now the text message feature has been removed. BUT there was another feature: pop-up feature which basically sends a ...



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