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How to start using PomoDone App
Outsmart procrastination, sharpen your focus, avoid burnout and get things done by applying the Pomodoro technique to your existing workflow with the help of the PomoDone App.
Create your free account. You can do it on our website homepage, your account page, or from your desktop, web, or mobile app. All you need is your email address. Check your inbox (and junk folder), and confirm your account by clicking "Let's get started" link. Define your password, and provide a bit of info about yourself. Now you can log in to your app and your account. This 1-minute video shows how to do it:
Create a PomoDone Account
You can use our inner simplified task management system (My Tasks for manual management, and Web Tasks for tasks, created from Chrome extension). We prepared a set of demo (dummy) tasks for you, feel free to play around, or just get rid of it.
This video (1 minute 35 seconds) can help to understand how does it work:
What to do with PomoDone App's Local Tasks
We believe you already organized your workflow using some special tools, like Todoist, Trello, Microsoft To-Do, Nozbe, Asana, JIRA, Meistertask, etc.
Connect your accounts and sync your tasks, to make your work efficient and productive. Open your Account Page, click your favorite tool icon in the Inbound Integration section, approve the access, and see how it works.
This video (1 minute 39 seconds) shows how to connect your Wunderlist account, and it works the same for almost any other inbound integration:
Some integrations are available in free Starter plan you just created (Trello, Todoist, Evernote, Google Calendar, Microsoft To-Do, Toodledo). Corporate type project management systems (JIRA, Asana, Basecamp, Paymo, ClickUp, Teamwork Projects, Nozbe) are available on Ultimate plan only.
MS Outlook Tasks, GitKraken Glo, MeisterTask, and GitHub Issues integrations are available on the Lite and Ultimate plans.
Take a look at this video (2 minutes 31 seconds) to see what's possible and how to install and configure this very important piece of the PomoDone ecosystem.