Slash: The Productivity App That Actually Gets Things Done
I discovered slash about a month ago and I’ve to say that this is one of the best productivity tools this is out there in the market. Unlike other tools with vague claims, this tool helps you get things done.
Slash promotes itself as the first do app which I feel kind of suits it. The website will get you hyped. Take a look here.
But let’s see what you can do with slash and what you can’t and whether it is a good fit for you or not.
Let’s see some of the features and perks of Slash: The Do App
I love the UI/UX of slash. It makes me want to use more of it.
It supports both dark and light modes. The transitions are smooth. You will fall in love with it once you start using it.
The Best Feature: Start Your Day
Most to-do apps in fail at prioritization. They have all sorts of features. But miss the most important, Prioritization. But slash slays this space. When you open slash for the first time in the day, it will ask a prompt to start a day like this:
Next, you get this window.
You get to choose the tasks that you want to do today. On the left side, you have all the tasks that you’ve on the list. On the right is your today section.
You have to choose the tasks that you want to do in order. Here, you are consciously prioritizing tasks. You don’t have any junk in your list. Only the tasks that need to get done.