Set up your to do list and work through it from your focus.
February 1, 2017
One of Momentum’s core concepts is the daily focus. It simplifies your day, removes distractions and lets you focus on what’s most important.
After using Momentum and receiving feedback from our awesome community, we discovered that some people work a little differently. Rather than focusing on one big item for the day, some people preferred to break their tasks into smaller pieces and focus on one item at a time. The smaller task made it easier to get started and saved having to think about what part of the big goal for the day they needed to work on.
Additionally, some days we needed to work on many different things rather than one big thing. Setting an overarching theme on those days can be challenging. So, we got to work on a feature to streamline the process of moving through multiple granular tasks.
Autofocus automatically grabs the top task from your todo list and makes it your current focus. When you check that task off as complete, Autofocus grabs the the next task on your list and sets it as your current focus.
Now you can set your task list for the day in order of priority and see your current task as your focus on every new tab load.
Autofocus also works with integrations, so you can focus on and advance through your Trello, Todoist, Wunderlist, or Google Tasks lists with ease.
Our two way integrations mean you can check off an item in Momentum and it will update in your integration. If you update a task in your integration, it will be checked off in Momentum as well!
Upgrade to Momentum Plus to unlock Autofocus today.
Once you've subscribed to Plus, getting started with Autofocus is easy. Simply open up your Todo list and click on the repeating arrow icon next to the icon.
As the first month of 2017 comes to a close, we’d like to thank you all for your encouragement and support! We are excited to see what achievements and challenges this year will bring to us and hope that you are too. Be kind to yourself and recognize the progress you are making toward your goals — no matter how small the steps may seem.
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