Option to set message when setting time

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Craig Reynolds

18 Oct, 2010 08:36 AM

1TapAlarm is a great looking app that fufils it task well, but I think there is a slight sticking point in the work flow as it stands, and that is the fact that changing the alarm message is a multi-step process.

The solution I'm thinking of would make it possible (via an option perhaps, if you didn't want to force it on everyone) to set the time and then have the app automatically pop up a field that you can enter the message into (with all text selected, or a one touch clear button). If it keeps the last message then it's not really much of an annoyance for those who tend not to change the message, and it's a great convenience for those who do tend to change the message for each reminder.

I think providing this facility within the app would really turn it in to a quick and seamless way to set a simple reminder, and that seems to be the goal of the application.

Cheers

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Danilo Bonardi on 18 Oct, 2010 08:58 AM

    Danilo Bonardi's Avatar

    Hi Craig,

    when we have thinked of 1tapalarm our target was to have the faster way to set a timer on ios that works in background also. The message option come as a extra feature but not the main purpose.

    Your hint is surely valid, it will makes 1tapalarm more reliable for use like yours.

    Thank you very much for your feedback, please review 1TapAlarm on the appStore if liked it :)

  2. Danilo Bonardi closed this discussion on 18 Oct, 2010 08:58 AM.

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