What about the people who do not have a computer? And also people who do not know a lot of web/technical knowledge. And what if my computer is turned off?
What if people do not have a computer? Or if their computer is down with viruses? Are there better ways to remind people of their tasks at hand?
Why do we need that extention? Apps like I-procrastinate are good enough. What if the people do not have internet-access? Aren't hard-copy planners better?
If the extention does not require WI-FI, why is it on a browser? Why can't it be an app?
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This is actually a service. IT consists of a browser extension, webpage, apps for mobile phones and computer apps.It does not require WI-FI for just typing in your tasks, and for it to alert you. This is targeted at computer users, since the computer can be a large distraction, so to keep the users away from unproductive activities. It is NOT targeted at non-computer users at all.Hard-copy planners and this software are targeted at completely different users. This includes syncing of tasks, note-taking, and it can also block unproductive websites. The basic functions of it, like alerting the customer and letting the customer type in notes and tasks can be accessed without internet access.WI-FI is only required to sync with all the versions of the service, like the apps, webpage and browser extension.
I hope the above comment answers all your questions.