Tabwave is now more beautiful and mindful
Finally, the wait is over. Last year I built and launched Tabwave, a mindful productivity Chrome extension that replaces your browser's new tab. It has been my passion project for a long time. And now it has become more mindful and beautiful.
So what's new?
A more clean and beautiful user interface
I have always tried to make Tabwave look good. The first launch needed some polishing. Over time I got better at understanding UI and tried to reflect it in Tabwave.
Drag and drop tasks
Now you can drag and drop your tasks to mark them as completed. Also, you can sort tasks based on your priority.
It also shows the percentage of your finished tasks that will motivate you to get things done.
Notes are now editable
A better interface to write notes. You can edit your short notes now.
Pomodoro radial timer and settings
I love the Pomodoro technique so this is the most improved feature of Tabwave. Now it shows a radial timer to display the progress of the timer.
More settings for your pomodoro sessions
Earlier when the session ended, a notification sound and a popup in the background was the only way to notify. But now the Pomodoro clock has an in-built notification system. You will get notified about the sessions even if you are not on Chrome now.
You can block websites that distract you, so you can focus on your work/study. Just add those sites in the mindful tab and switch to mindful mode. Every time you visit that site, it will redirect you to the mindful page.
Access your bookmarks from the bookmarks bar with one click. Search your bookmarks bar.
A better dark mode
You can help me create Tabwave better
You can read the latest updates at changelog. If you have any ideas or feature requests, you can submit here or schedule a 1:1 call with me. I will closely listen to what the users want and try to make Tabwave as good as can.
The new tabwave has a slick design, smooth animations, and cool features to help you be mindful. If you loved this new version, I would appreciate it if you could write a review on the Chrome web store. That would mean the world to me.