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Nowadays I tend to go with widgets that come with apps I use. Probably the only thing to mention would be Sectograph.
I still wish for good weather graph widget like in Weather Timeline. Meteogram is a bit hard to customize.
Agak sulit mendisiplinkan diri disaat WFH, nemu App ini ternyata lumayan membantu. Widget nya secara jelas menjabarkan jadwal hari ini apa-aja.
Sayang android gak bisa lagi pasang widget di lockscreen, app kayak gini cocok buat ditaruh di sana.
I'm using Sectograph and love the visual format it creates. I don't know what level of integration it provides for Google Tasks, but at the very least it allows you to create buttons on the widget itself that opens an app of your choosing.
I like this one due to it's ability to inform me about calendar events. The free version is fine. I paid to play around with some things but free will get you what you want.
This may not be what you envisioned but it does what you want AND it can also be a watchface for Android Wear.
You just need to plug in the events on your calendar and allow the application access to your calendar.
Thank you for asking .
It's called sectograph. If you like to maintain schedules and handle loads of appointments. This is the best thing ever.
Better than Google calendar or any other planner.
I have been recommending it to everyone i know.. including a director at SAP. He loves it. A vendor manager at Bank of America thanked me.
It's the best app for people who have a tight schedule.
wear os/tizen are likely to give you the next best connectivity compared to Apple Watch.
If calendar is you only reason you want a smartwatch - am not sure why Apple Watch is a no go for you, as it should be able to last a day for you?
Wear os / tizen should definitely last a day. You might want to look at a wear os as there is an awesome calendar app/watch face that might assist you:
Basically turns you watch face into a calendar pie chart.
virtually every smartwatch (fitness, apple, wear os, tizen, most hybrids) will do some form of notifications.
As you are on Android, your best bet would be a hybrid (check it does calendar) alternatively go for a wear os like the ticwatch c2+ (you can change watch faces) as it will defintiely do google calendar events and reminders notifications. There are loads of watch faces where you can change one of the complications into calendar events, which will show up on the screen. Alternatively there is also quite a nice watch face that you can use that breaks your watch face into your calendar events:
Sectograph is my go-to for this. It syncs with your Google Calendar so you can easily make routines for different days of the week. It has a nice visual (there's a clock widget) so you can literally see your time in the day.
Hi /u/coronafire, not sure how to contact you quicker than this but I was wondering:
Is it possible to add something to your package to automatically update the wallpaper at certain intervals/events?
Basically I was thinking it might be possible to add some agenda functionality to this watch by making the wallpaper something like Sectograph, showing the coming x hours of events as a grayscale pie chart. This chart would be an auto-generated image on the phone and then uploaded to the watch. Updates would only need to happen every x minutes or whenever a change in a synced calendar is detected. Might even add some more triggers and info through Tasker or so.
I don't have the watch so I cannot experiment with it, but if this could be done I might consider buying one and try implementing this myself, seems a great watch if not for these kind of limitations.
Sorry I missed the details in the first post.
It's a watch face which shows the upcoming calendar events overlaid on an analog clock (circular display of events rather than the vertical one which most apps present). Great for having the schedule available at a glance.
I use Sectograph. Perfect for time blocking rather than scheduling tasks. I can visualize my day and visualize my time blocks that i have assigned for my tasks.
UI is like a clock with your tasks scheduled in different colors
Sorry, the picture is not great and it really doesn't show off what this really does. Seriously, I've read every post on here for a watch face that actually helps me with my agenda. There were a couple I found which would tell me a little bit but nothing like this. There are things that I would change about it, but the fact that it does as much as it does and it's free is ridiculous. I know I'm not the only one looking for something like this so hopefully this helps someone.
It's called Sectograph
If you have anything close to this, let me know. This is by far the best I have found for someone who is looking for something to help with organizing and time management.
I'm leaning toward Sectograph. I believe the dev released it here or on Android Police.
I've been using Sectograph for a while, I really like it.
I do use Nova Launcher but only with only one widget - Sectograph for an at-a-glance clock + calendar.
As mentioned in a different comment thread it's a lot of fun running NDS emulated games on this device - it works very well with the large display and really great to carry favorite classic games with me all the time.
I think this device will really shine when split screen is fully supported (currently only in Beta) - it would be a productivity monster and the large display will truly be at its best.
Use Google Calendar. I found this app called Sectograph and what it does it, it "visualizes" whatever you put in your calendar in a circle. It has a widget that you can put on your homescreen
I actually just got a new phone Sunday and am almost to where I want it in the layout. I'm going with a No Dock/No icon 1-page Homescreen and utilizing Gestures, the Samsung Edge Panel, and some widgets for access to apps without using the App Drawer.
Here is my Lock Screen: [link]
Here is my Home Screen: [link]
My Gestures (As they are now, might make adjustments):
My Samsung Edge Panel has apps that I would want to access easily without going to the home screen firs like:
For the Clock app in the upper left I am using S.Graph Which provides a good visual of the times of daily tasks but more importantly allows me to assign apps to each quadrant of the circle plus the center (though I am not using the center) so the top quadrant accesses my calender, the left Pocketcast, the right Play Music, and the bottom my gallery.
To make more apps accessible without searching the app drawer I am using Contextual App Folder in Multi Profile Mode to create two (right now) permanent folders and one dynamic folder that changes based on certain things like wifi/bluetooth/headphones. My By making the icon size of C.A.F 0 I have made them invisible on the desktop essentially making it so that you have to know where they are. One is in the center of the clock widget has my games and game related apps like Discord, one in the red circle on the right in the C of MCRN has frequently used Apps like Facebook, Netflix, Plex, Photos, Waze, Youtube, etc, and one is on the M which is my dynamic folder and changes based on certain parameters (for example when connect to my car or trucks bluetooth it has Pocketcasts, Play Music, Maps and Waze but when on my home wifi it has Youtube, Netflix, Plex etc.) For example if I tap the red dot then this will appear on my screen: [link]
All that's left is filling in the missing apps that I want quick access to without going to the drawer. I'm also debating between enabling the People Edge Panel or adding a circle widget with contacts on it (with an invisible button of course)
I'm also using the Whicon Icon Pack. Wanted to Use Lines but there were too many missing icons.
I like this sectograph one. It's a circular calendar event visualization, to map your day to a clock face basically.
It's from a clock app called Sectograph
Not quite what you're asking for but I am pretty impressed by the visual information the android app "Sectograph" provides.
Sectograph clock and calendar widget
I started using my phone more often to plan and write things down. If you are curious on some tools to help get started, this is what I do.
I use Standard Notes as a basic notepad. It's super lightweight, encrypted and syncs across your account (so you can have it on desktop, your phone, etc. and freely make changes to them) for things like a basic to-do's, groceries, etc.
I also have this widget (Android only) called S.Graph, which I replaced my clock widget with. I constantly update my phone's calendar with my activities for the day and when to do it, and this makes a nice widget clock of how my day is planned.
I also use Trello to create a kanban board of long-term things I want to do. This ranges from home projects, skills I want to learn/improve on, movies I want to watch, video games to play, etc. Trello also syncs with your account, so changes you make on the desktop will be present on your phone.
I already use S.Graph on Android to work with my existing calendars and love it.
Er, no. This one:
This is one of the better calendar watch faces:
Sectograph. Planner & Time manager on clock widget | 4.6 rating | Free with IAP | 1,000,000+ downloads | Search manually
(S.Graph) - A time planner (time tracker) that visually displays a list of cases, events and tasks for the day in the form of a twelve-hour circular chart - the dial.
The application will help you ...
biggest issue is going to be wrist size. probably suggest wear os watch as it has some great watch faces where you can set up you day into different time zones, so by looking at the watch face they know exactly where they should be:
Any wear os watch will do this, but watches on 0.5GB can have a bit of lag, and will take a bit of time to open apps. Note that you will have to set this up in advance.
There are apps you can set up to record water drank (lifesum) etc - and you can use up to 80 recurring remindsers (can just vibrate on their wrist) to remind them to drink, then they can open an app like lifesum to record it.
The built in alarm app can hold about 50 alarms and can be set to be recurring. They are also easy to switch on and off enabling you to adjust. you can also snooze them.
Would also suggest you maybe consider these watch faces which are designed for keeping a schedule in mind (as recommended in the tips and tricks thread - https://www.reddit.com/r/WearOS/wiki/tipsandtricks):
Class Time: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.nohus.classtime
Stand-Up Alert: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dyna.logix.wear.inactivity.tracker.stand.up.alert
Wear os - you are looking at 1-3 days depending on settings (Always on Display makes a big difference). While any wear os watch will do what you want, I would suggest getting one with 1GB of Ram to ensure the best experience.
Fossil Gen 5 & Ticwatch Pro series have native sleep tracking, alternatively you can use Sleep as Android.
Alarms- you have loads of options:
1) Google Assistant.
2) Built in alarm reminder (can set up times and make them recurring - just can't label them).
3) Use calendar reminders (have to set up on phone, but will remind even if not connected to phone).
4) Use an app. There are loads of reminder apps /watch faces with reminders, but this app may be an awesome way of doing it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=prox.lab.calclock
Take a look at these suggestions:
2100 chip and 0.5GB of ram. It will occasionally lag, and will stutter and take a couple of seconds to open apps, basing this off the S2 which has same specs. Depending on how you use the phone, you should fine battery life will take you through to when you go to bed/possibly to the next morning. I knew this going in and with my expectation levels set accordingly I never had an issue with wear os or the watch as it peformed to my expectations (actually wasn't as bad as I expected, and I probably wouldn't have changed if it hadn't I hadn't needed to improve my fitness levels, requiring increased fitness activity tracking - this watch spec doesn't do well - as it uses over 20% per hour to track any activity and most of them are +3 hours often draining the battery during the tracking and switching off before I was finished).
However from your perspective with a decent calendar watch face you might not notice any of this, and battery life will be fine, if that is all you are using it for. Best option would also be to use touch to wake rather than tile to wake (as unlikely to be repsonsive) and even when touching screen to wake may not always be very responsive.
While most watch faces have an agenda cmplication, and while the google calendar is synced to your watch, you can't add events, you can only view events. If you want more than this I would suggest the following apps/watch faces that provide more calendar detail (take a look at these on the store):
Cautionary note: It is unlikely to be supported for the new version of wear os that is being rolled out, as it is reliant on manufactures rolling it out, and I am not sure whether they will justify such old specs or whether it will work too well with the updated version.
[link] Sectograph my fav calendar watch face
It's Sectograph (shows the calendar events in a nice and neat way)
I use Sectograph. Very usefull.
This is what I use. [link]
A google search doesn't show me anything for that name. Can you post a link?
Found it. Dunno why Google failed me at first
Here's a link. I just downloaded it, looks pretty cool!