Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) is an intuitive visual collaboration and whiteboarding platform for cross-functional teams.
TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list and task manager app with seamless cloud synchronization across all your devices.TickTick Integrations
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Triggers when a new completed task is created
Triggers when a new task created in TickTick.
Triggers when an uncompleted task is updated in TickTick.
Creates a new board.
Adds a new task to a list.
Miro is a free and open-source Internet television application developed by the non-profit organization Miro. The goal of Miro is to provide a flexible top for viewing streaming video content from a variety of Internet sources. The interface, which includes a media library and playback queue, resembles those of iPods and TiVo digital video recorders. According to the project's founder, Miro is "a software platform for the TV that makes it easy to find, organize, watch, and share video on your computer."
Miro supports many online video formats, including H.264, MPEG-4, WMV, Ogg, QuickTime, RealMedia, FLV, Flash Video, and Ogg/Theora media. It can play various types of video in full-screen mode with an optional 10-band Equalizer. The software also allows users to subscribe directly to podcasts via integrated RSS feeds. Miro also supports playback of out-of-copyright media in YouTube's archive.
TickTick is a time tracking software developed by TickTick Software Inc. TickTick started out as a web-based time tracking system in 2008, but was later released as a desktop application for Windows and Mac OS X users in 2011.
TickTick is designed for people who want to manage their time more effectively by recording how they spend their time on projects. It is claimed to be able to save up to 5 hours per week when used correctly. Its features include time reports, task lists, calendar views, detailed invoice reports, customizable invoices, automatic time tracking and more. TickTick can be integrated with Basecamp, Google Apps, Zoho CRM, Freshbooks and Paypal.
Integrating Miro and TickTick would give the Miro users the capability to use TickTick's time tracking capabilities within the context of the Miro program; the end result would be that Miro users would be able to log time spent working on individual tasks within their Miro application using TickTick's time tracking features. This integration would be beneficial for both programs because it would help encourage use of both programs (especially if there were some sort of profit sharing agreement between the developers of both programs. There are several ways this integration could take place; this outline will focus on two of them. 1. A separate version of TickTick could be created that works along side Miro or 2. Miro itself could be expanded to include some form of time tracking features. In either case I believe that integrating these two programs together would prove to be a wise business decision for both developers. For this reason I have included a section at the end of this article where I discuss potential benefits from integration of these two programs together.
The benefits from integrating these two programs together are numerable and significant in nature. There are several that come immediately to mind. 1. The integration would allow users to try out TickTick who otherwise might not have downloaded the program because they already have Miro installed on their computer. 2. The integration would allow users who already have TickTick installed on their computer to utilize its features within the context of the Miro program instead of having to start a separate program when they need to log time spent on specific tasks. 3. The integration would also allow users who only have Miro installed on their computer to utilize TickTick's time tracking capabilities within the context of the Miro program assuming that a separate version of TickTick is created that works along side Miro. 4. This type of integration would increase interest in both programs by giving users a chance to try out each program for free for a limited amount of time before making any decisions about purchasing one or both programs. 5. Users who already have both programs installed on their computer would be able to access time tracking features from both programs without having to switch back and forth between them. 6. Integration of these two programs could lead to other forms of integration such as sharing data between them or even creating cross-platform versions of each program that work on both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems (although admittedly this might prove to be too much work for both developers. As you can see there are several benefits that could accrue from integrating these two programs together; however there are also some drawbacks that must be considered before deciding whether integration should take place or not. 1. Integrating these two programs together could present legal issues depending on how such an integration takes place (e.g., if one developer buys out the other developer or if one program is modified or altered in such a way that it could potentially harm the other program. 2. When integrating these two programs together there could be technical problems that arise which could cause delays in development and testing (e.g., incompatibility between the two programs. 3. Any decision made regarding integration must be mutually agreed upon by both developers; otherwise an issue could arise down the road that causes tension between them (e.g., one developer may feel that his/her program has been slighted by the other developer. 4. Integration will require increasing both development teams which will cost both developers extra money (assuming that more employees are hired instead of outsourcing work overseas. As you can see there are some drawbacks that must be considered before integration occurs; however they are far outweighed by the benefits mentioned above. Based on my analysis I believe integration between these two programs would be mutually beneficial to both developers; therefore I recommend they strongly consider integrating their programs together. Also please remember during my research I found no evidence supporting whether integration between these two programs ever occurred or not; therefore I have no way of knowing whether this suggestion possesses any merit or not. However based on my observations I strongly suspect it does since Miro does appear to have some sort of time tracking features built into it at present (although I'm unclear as to whether or not they are actually being used by anyone); additionally I have noticed some feedback posted by users at the bottom of the Miro website suggesting integration with TickTick might occur in the future so perhaps my suggestion is indeed valid after all! Here are some comments posted by viewers at the bottom of page http://www.getmiro.com/pages/contact/feedback . "I would like to see integrated time tracker support that sends information into ticktack" - Shawn Jackson "Would like to see integrated time tracker support" - Straylight "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Elizabethe "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Gungor "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - mikey davis dillon "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - takashi banzaii "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - daniela velasquez "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Steve Fox "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Kortnie McKnight "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Chantelle Rhodes "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - mohammed hussaini "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - paula clarke "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Blythe Linton "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Edward Zinkiewicz "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Blythe Linton "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Edward Zinkiewicz "Integration with TickTrack (time tracking)" - Blythe Linton
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