Wanna Flex-alpha

An implementation of a 21st-century to-do list app.

Wanna

Lots of features, all in one app.

Wanna has its own philosophy and workflow, making it introduce new features you don't usually find in other todo-list apps.

Embedded idea bank
Period-based tasks
Motivational visuals

There will be more. It's just the launch.

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New, beautiful UI

Wanna Flex-alpha comes with a new UI, powered by Google's Material Design. We've done our best by following MD principles to make Wanna catch your eye.

Period-based tasks

Wanna asks you to set start and end time for each task. By doing so, you are commited to do the task while having a better perspective.

Visuals

Along with period-based tasks, visuals will make you motivated and focused about doing your tasks. Your only duty is not to let the status circles alongside each task turn red.

Idea bank

Wanna is something more than just a todo list app. With embedded idea bank, you can put your ideas in Wanna fast and easily. Just tap the plus button, select the idea icon and put down everything in your mind.

Philosophy

Wanna's pledge is to be implemented based on its philosophy. It was created because other todo-list apps lack a critical feature:

Todo list apps should be a lot smarter than their paper sisters.

With this philosophy in mind, Wanna tries to be smart and react to your actions.

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Workflow

1
An idea occurs to you. It can be any type of idea; listening to a great music, doing your school homework, plan for running, reading a book, learning a new programming language, trying always to smile, launching a small party with your family and friends or watching a TED talk are some examples.
2
You add the idea to your ideas list. You don't need to care about when to do it. It's just an idea, not a task.
3
Now you have a mess of ideas. You can scroll up and down and pick one of them out of your list.
4
Once you selected the idea, it's time to convert it to some tasks. You have to set a period of time in which each task should be done. Moreover, you have to estimate the time that task will take. (Note that you can skip the previous three sections and directly add a task.)
5
Having your tasks added to your list, Wanna shows each task with a colorful status circle. The more this color tends to become red, the closer the task due date is. Don't let those circles turn red!

1
An idea occurs to you. It can be any type of idea; listening to a great music, doing your school homework, plan for running, reading a book, learning a new programming language, trying always to smile, launching a small party with your family and friends or watching a TED talk are some examples.

2
You add the idea to your ideas list. You don't need to care about when to do it. It's just an idea, not a task.

3
Now you have a mess of ideas. You can scroll up and down and pick one of them out of your list.

4
Once you selected the idea, it's time to convert it to some tasks. You have to set a period of time in which each task should be done. Moreover, you have to estimate the time that task will take. (Note that you can skip the previous three sections and directly add a task.)

5
Having your tasks added to your list, Wanna shows each task with a colorful status circle. The more this color tends to become red, the closer the task due date is. Don't let those circles turn red!

Wanna is open source.

Do you want to contribute and make Wanna better? We welcome many kinds of contributions!

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Not a contributor? No problem. just give it a try.

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