Schedule projects and tasks visually, using timelines.
Available on the iTunes App Store, only on iPad.
11 June 2012
Timeli 1.4 is now available on the App Store. It adds retina display graphics for the new iPad.
I've received a few e-mails and tweets regarding future updates. I spent the year following Timeli's release updating the app, mostly based on user feedback, while carefully maintaining the simple & intuitive interface.
But now the time has come when Timeli is no longer under active development. This means I will not add new features, but I will continue to support the latest versions of iOS, and fix bugs.
20 May 2011
Changes for Timeli 1.3:
7 April 2011
Another month, another update. Timeli 1.2 adds support for multiple schedules (i.e.: documents), so you can separate work and personal projects, or to plan large-scale projects.
Feedback is welcomed and encouraged. And as always, a positive review on the AppStore is well appreciated.
9 March 2011
Shiny new Timeli 1.1.1 is up on the AppStore now. Get downloading! As you would imagine with a 0.0.1 increment, it doesn't introduce new features, but there are a tonne of little fixes in there. Please send me feedback if you've got any, and don't forget to leave Timeli a nice review on the AppStore!
23 February 2011
With the update comes the feature I’ve received the most requests for: print & e-mail. Grab the update from the AppStore, and feel free to send feedback. Also, please consider leaving a positive review on the AppStore, it really helps out!
Work is well underway on Timeli 1.1.1. It’s more of a spring cleaning release, but not to worry, more new features are on the way!
13 January 2011
Timeli is my debut app for the iPad. It allows you to schedule projects and tasks visually, using timelines.
I started working on Timeli for the same reason as any other project: to fill a need that I had myself. As I was scheduling my next round of projects, I found myself unable to answer simple questions such as:
How many projects will I be working on at once?
When will I have a two month gap in my schedule?
What order will these projects be worked on?
The real hook for Timeli is the continuous timeline view which can be panned & zoomed at the flick of a finger (or two). By visualizing your schedule, Timeli makes questions concerning overlapping, pacing, and the ordering of projects incredibly easy to answer. If you need to work on multiple projects at once, Timeli will make your life much easier.
The other reason I developed Timeli was to make a productivity app for the iPad. When the iPad was unveiled, it was the iWork suite demo that really made me sit up and take notice. It’s a new and exciting frontier in user interface design that I was eager to be a part of. And after eight months of development, I can safely say that the iPad was challenging, but incredibly fun to develop for.
Timeli is now available for the iPad on the App Store.