- by shahbaj, a day agoRated 2 out of 5Maybe it's because I have all the privacy features on Firefox enabled but I tried turning cookies on for this extension to track my time on the clock but it didn't work. Only was able to track one short break I took but YMMV maybe it was my Firefox configuration.
- by Nikita, 6 months agoRated 1 out of 5THIS is a recommended extension? Really?
Go download "eyeCare - Protect your vision" extension instead.
You can use a slider to set the time you want, and it flashes the icon when done, along with playing the sound of your choice, telling you when to take a break. You can use it for taking a break as well.
This "Tomato" clock is easily surpassed by free apps you can download on Github.
- by Pref, 6 months agoRated 3 out of 5No sound.
Also, it could have had two types/modes of work flow.
Focus and Varia.
Length of both to be set separately.
Focus - for the project work.
Varia - for ongoing errands (mails, replies and so on).