PomodoroApp works for both Microsoft Windows and Mac. This is what the Mac version looks like:
Step 1: Planning
With the Pomodoro Technique®, you do your planning in the morning and commit to doing a small number of activities that day. Normally you can complete one task/activity and then choose another one to start. You can also reassess your priorities before every Pomodoro.
Step 2: Tracking
Once you’ve decided on your activities for the day, you wind up the timer for 25 minutes and then start in on the first one. During every 25-minute time box, so called a Pomodoro, whenever an interruption happens, no matter internal or external, you can log to PomodoroApp and handle them after you complete current Pomodoro.
If your dock bar is auto-hide, you can choose the floating widget which is on top of all other windows:
Step 3: Summary
After a day’s work, it’s essential to summarize your day.
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