In a world of remote meetings, challenges arise between the focus of working without distraction, and showing up on time for events.
It may be especially challenging for a person using a computer to shift gears from deep focus without being a second late.
Assume that I already use Google Calendar to keep track of the events I will be attending. In order to optimize my chance of success, to cut through the tunnel vision and remain aware of events throughout the day, I mount a tablet on an arm on my desk, dedicated to displaying my agenda:
I tried this, and there was still something lacking. I want the absolute minimum amount of information, tightly centered around these principles:
Most crucially, there is a security requirement:
That's exactly what Agendar™ is!
It's required to have Google Calendar in order to run the app in your web browser, authenticate directly with the latest Google APIs, and display events, without touching your data:
Within 1 hour of occurring, an event is highlighted in lighter gray, and then within 10 minutes of occurring, an event is highlighted in yellow, to draw visual attention:
Finally, as shown in the main photo, within 1 minute of occurring, an event is highlighted with an animated rainbow of all hues, to demand attention.
We never access your information!
Your browser will connect directly to Google Calendar in order display upcoming events in a unique way.
Read the code and contribute on GitHub
Authored by Charney Kaye with ♥ to meet the heightened strangeness of working from the internet.
Sponsored by Outright Mental™
by Outright Mental™
Agendar™ is a Heads-Up Display for being on time.
Login with Google to display your Calendar events.