A good timetable app that notifies you (not locked behind a paywall)?

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Hate it when apps have a 'subscription/pay' service for their product. Any free timetable apps that can send study notifications? I'm quite poor at maintaining obedience with my timetable normally so it'd be nice if anybody could give me a recommendation, thanks.
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(Original post by Hippoplankton)
Hate it when apps have a 'subscription/pay' service for their product. Any free timetable apps that can send study notifications? I'm quite poor at maintaining obedience with my timetable normally so it'd be nice if anybody could give me a recommendation, thanks.
hey i suggest making a hand written one orr make one on your calender lmk if this helps
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(Original post by Awais.)
hey i suggest making a hand written one orr make one on your calender lmk if this helps
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Not really, it’s moreso that I want to consistently notify myself to not be distracted/tunnel visioned into a subject in order to get a regular work schedule outside of schooltime. All of the apps that I’ve tried always have a paywall for notifications so it’s a bit unfortunate.
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What’s your device’s calendar app like?
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Personally, I use Google Calendar and set up different colours for different modules/classes, and random stuff from my to-do list that I do each day. That syncs with my phone calendar, and I set the notification half an hour before (or however early I want said task done)
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hi you might find flora or forest helpful. I only have flora but you set a timer to 'grow a tree' while you're doing work and it stops you from going on your phone as you will kill the tree if you use it.
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