Say I have plans all set up but I keep context switching out of habit. It would be nice to have a quick function to keep me in the app or and webpage of choice for a customizable amount of time. Choosing by stuff I have on screen or open and not having to make […]
Suppose I have several plans covering different distractions, each with their own schedules and so on. Perhaps I set 1000 or 2000 char random characters password for each one. To stop them all I might need to type in 8000+ characters in total (clearly not feasible, so I would run the executable that resets focusme […]
This would be useful, as if you set plans going and then realise you forgot to do this, you can't change it without stopping all the plans. That means all you need to do to get round your plans is restart the computer. As with adding sites to plans, it would need to be one […]
I like the new forced breaks from the computer option, which I use to impose a 15 minute break once an hour, BUT the 'Pause' option for that must be available when the computer is blocked, not only before such a block starts. I need (1) the 1000 char random password to prevent me from […]
In schedule mode (where you can choose from "simple timer" "daily/week", "day sequence" and "pomodoro") can you add the Date option? It will be like "Day Sequence" But set for a specific date in a calendar. (( Like 23.9.2021 – Plan active from 8:00 — 20:00 24.9.2021 – Plan active from 8:00 — 19:00 25.9.2021 […]
The android app ‘’ Stay focused‘’ has this feature; it is called ‘‘Goal-based’’ and as I know there is no self-control software in windows that provides this feature. So basically It is a feature to force people to spend specific time on a particular site. For example : Block facebook.com unless you spent 1 hour […]
I have it set to block Facebook during specific times (so that I'm not surfing the newsfeeds), but I often get messenger requests that are critical to the time frame (business associates if we're dealing with a launch for example). It would be great if there was a way to block facebook.com but not the […]
I'm wondering if there's a way to know when a plan's time allowed is counting down. For example, some of my plans have over 100 websites and counting. As the result, when I visit a website, I can't remember whether that website is included in any of those plans. Often what happened was, I opened […]
I would like to be able to check which machines I installed FM on (to keep track of my licenses) and unauthorize/deregister the installation on computers that I had gotten rid of.
When I open an app that is blacklisted, I have the option of choosing "Kill", which is great. It would be a great feature also to kill the browser when I open a website that is blacklisted?