TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list and task organizer app that syncs across all your devices over the cloud.
Snapchat is a popular messaging app that lets users exchange pictures and videos (called "snaps") that are meant to disappear after they're viewed.Snapchat 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.
Triggers when a new campaign is created.
Triggers when a new member is created.
Adds a new task to a list.
Creates a Campaign
Creates a member.
The first question I had to answer was what exactly TickTick was. TickTick is a task management app that is used for work and personal tasks alike. It uses to-do lists and calendar events to keep up on everything. There are different levels of priority for each task, and you can send messages about a certain task that will disappear after the person has viewed it. You can also use the app to “checkin” at different locations, and view your location on a map.
I chose TickTick because it is what I am familiar with, and has been an important part of my cplege life and even now. I use it to keep up on my homework assignments, plan out my day from class to class, and “check-in” at places while I am doing other things.
Snapchat is a photo and video messaging service that is used by millions of people every day. It allows users to take pictures or videos, add captions to them, and then send them as messages to friends. The recipient can view the picture or video for 10 seconds before it disappears forever. However, if the recipient takes a screen shot of the picture or video, it is not deleted.
I chose Snapchat because I have never used it before, yet always wondered what all the fuss was about. I hear students all around campus using it, and I thought it would be interesting to see how it works. I also wanted to learn more about how students use social media in their daily lives.
My task management system for this article is going to be based off of TickTick, but I will add some features from Snapchat as well. My list of features will include check-ins at locations, screensharing, short video messages, and disappearing lists of tasks.
When you check-in at a location, you will be taken to a list of tasks related to that place. For example, if you checked-in at the student center, a list of tasks could pop up that include studying in the student center or grabbing lunch there. This makes it easier to get motivated about completing tasks without having to think of anything yourself. And since they disappear after you complete them, you don’t get confused with other tasks lingering on your list.
Screensharing is great because it allows you to share images quickly and easily with someone else. You can take a picture or video directly from the app, or take one from Snapchat. In addition to sharing images, you can also share links from other apps such as Twitter or Facebook.
Short video messages are another great feature that allows you to connect with friends more often than just sending text messages back and forth. Snapchat doesn’t allow long videos so these will never get annoying like long videos do on other messenger apps. It’s better for sending quick messages or asking how someone’s day is going. For example. “How was your test today?” “It was ok!” “Yeah? How did you do?” “I got an A!” “Nice!” These short videos are perfect for those moments when you want to ask someone a quick question but don’t feel like typing a long message. In addition, they are easy to remember because they disappear after watching them. So if you start watching a video message from someone and forgot what the message was about by the time you were done watching the video, you know there isn’t any harm done because it disappeared anyway.
Last but not least, disappearing lists of tasks are another useful feature for keeping track of tasks in your life that need to be completed soon. We all have those days where we just can’t focus on what we need to do or we are too busy to remember what we need to do next. Using disappearing lists of tasks makes this problem go away because you can always check your list later when you have the time to complete whatever tasks need to be done. And once they are done, they just disappear and you have no worries about forgetting what you have done already. You don’t have to worry about forgetting about them because they don’t exist anymore! So if you have a lot of tasks that need to be done in the next few days, just add them all into one list and when you are finished you won’t have to worry about remembering what needs done and what doesn’t anymore. All of them will be gone!
I believe integrating these two services together will help students become more productive with their schopwork and their social life as well. Using TickTick keeps students organized with their schopwork and enough time to complete it all as well as make time for fun activities too! It helps keep track of assignments for multiple classes instead of having to switch between different apps like Google Drive/Docs, Apple Notes, and Evernote because each app does something different than the others (Google Drive/Docs for working on papers together with classmates, Apple Notes for planning out my day, Evernote for organizing research. And since I can access my TickTick account on my phone or computer, I always have access to my homework and schedule wherever I go. Adding features from Snapchat will help improve the quality of conversations by being able to tell someone how your day went without having to type words out on your phone or computer. You can tell them quickly with a short video message instead of having a long message conversation back and forth which is sometimes distracting from your work if you have a lot going on at once (for example. you are trying to study for an exam but your friend wants to talk all night about what happened on TV during her day.
With these two apps together, students will be able to spend more time on their schopwork without worrying about forgetting anything important that needs done or not being able to tell someone how your day went. They will also be able to enjoy their free time more because they won’t have to worry about forgetting something later or getting distracted from their work by long messages back and forth between friends (because Snapchat limits how many characters can be sent in each message.
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