Nautilus for Roam Research

January 31

Geek alert! Tom Baranek designed an innovative Roam Research extension for better daily time-management. His Nautilus has already been approved on Roam Depot.

As Tom explains, Nautilus is an extension for stress-free task planning, visually representing tasks and calendar events in the Roam Daily Page. This flexible tool uses the present moment as a threshold to dynamically push unfinished tasks into the available time until tonight while keeping them in a user-defined order with user-estimated durations. Without AI.

"This visual approach reduces the feeling of being overwhelmed, enhances task-effort estimating skills, and clearly shows what the feasible tasks are for the rest of the day."

To better understand how it works, you can also watch the video tutorial.

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