Currently the task "type" has only 3 types. Please expand this list to include options like:
Once a month at my school we have teacher collaboration that translate to one half day a month for students. I need there to be have the ability to adapt my schedule to fit that along with changing my schedule when we have assembly because it’s giving me notifications incorrectly. Finally, living in a area where we get a good amount of snow in the winter we need a option to change the schedule for two hour delays. So I guess what I want is the ability to change the schedule for one day without it impacting future days.6 votes
It would be helpful if I could sync this app to my Google Calendar51 votes
it'd be really helpful if a feature was available to input teacher information (email, office hours, etc.)65 votes
There is an app on Google Play named School Planner. You can add grades from tests that you did on a subject. It calculates the average, and you can choose the weight of the tests! My Study Life should do the same thing, and add email notifications in general.31 votes
Be able to cancel class on your schedule. Classes often get canceled and it still shows up on my study life. This would be a great feature.233 votes
add checklist option within assignments so that larger projects can be broken down into smaller tasks to be completed over time.
For example if the assignment is to write a literature review.
1) Select and read relevant articles
2) Make notes/1st draft
3) Review areas that need more evidence
4) Edit and rewrite to create second draft
5) Visit writing centre for more input
6) Write final draft
7) Spell check and format
each one of these items would have a checkbox next to them and possibly be able to schedule when each would be done.4 votes
Make tasks repeatable without having to input the task individually on every single day.24 votes
It'd be nice to:
- add a description to tests;
- to be able mark the days we didn't show up at one class (mark ours absences);
- to have a section where we could see our grades;
- mark days in which we don't have a specific class (not like holidays, they "delete" every class in the day);
- the reminders could be shown in calendar (month&week) view;
- add isolated events without having to create a class for it (like a championshipin a weekend).182 votes
By creating a Public API, you will be able to expose your service to the likes of ecosystems like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and more. This will also allow for integration into services like Google Calendar.15 votes
It would be very helpful to make tasks with no specific due date.8 votes
Hi, can you add widget for days of the week, please?84 votes
Add a Monday-Sunday week template that allows you to add tasks for each day. This will allow users to see what tasks they need to complete on a daily/weekly basis instead of just tasks they need to complete by a certain date.26 votes
Add a widget that shows what’s class is next and upcoming tasks and exams.3 votes
Keep the previous parameters of exam and type of task when adding a new task.
I often find myself adding an exam, then adding multiple revisions for that exam.
This is such an annoying task, since I have to re-configure the same parameters every time: the same exam, the same type (which is "revision"), the same due date.
It would be easier if the app would just memoize the latest added task, and keep its parameters. In this case, I would only have to re-configure the parameters ONCE when I were about to add tasks to a new exam.4 votes
I would like an option to pin any task to the dashboard, so that long-term tasks can be easily seen ahead of time if a user deems them important. I think this would really help others in addition to myself keep on top of big tasks158 votes
It would be great if you could just say"Ok Google, what classes do I have tomorrow?" or "Ok Google, what tasks are due this week?"
I would really love to have this feature as I do have Google Home and it would make my time management much better being easily able to see what needs doing.
Thank you!2 votes
calendar view with only tasks and exams.1 vote
For me, Friday is a half day (where I end at 1 pm instead of 3:10), and my classes are shorter. Normally, they are 80 minutes, but on Friday, they are 60 minutes. I would like a function where the schedule adapts to a certain day (change the original time to the adapted time).
If any of you don't understand, don't be afraid to ask for me to clarify!1 vote
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