How TimeTek Works
By analyzing extracurriculars and keeping track of assignments, TimeTek is able to create a personalized schedule for users to follow: one that uses an algorithm to split up their time into manageable portions.
Time Chunking Algorithm
Say goodbye to procrastination...TimeTek creates a personalized schedule for you to follow each day. Based on the length and deadline of an assignment, it splits up tasks into manageable portions. Your daily pie chart will show you exactly what to spend time on and keep you on track each day.
Wtih TimeTek, you'll have your very own 'personal assisant' in the form of a chatbot . It'll help you beat procrastination, send reminders, and engage to help you stay on top of your goals. This adds a human touch to the app, giving an extra level of support.
Everyone wants to see whether or not their time management methods have improved; to account for that, the TimeTek team has created personalized procrastination score reports to show users their improvement and growth areas week over week.
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What Makes TimeTek Unique?
Unlike any other app on the market, TimeTek uses an algorithm to create a one-of-a-kind time chunking feature to create a personalized schedule for each user. Users only have to input:
Amount of time available for work each day
By inputting the amount of time the user is available each day, TimeTek will be able to understand exactly how much work should be assigned to a particular day.
By inputting any assignments or tasks that the user has to do, TimeTek will take each task into consideration. Additionally, by inputting an approximation of the amount of time each assignment will take, TimeTek will have a better understanding of how to schedule an individual's time.
Deadlines + Priority
Assignment Deadlines + Priority
Putting in the deadlines for tasks will help TimeTek understand the tasks/assignments that need to be prioritized. Additionally, in the future, TimeTek will incorporate a priority feature, so users can prioritize tasks themselves, if they feel that a certain task is more important than others.