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Show HN: Due.work – Organise Anything, Anywhere

Hey HN,I am Robins, co-founder of due.work (https://www.due.work/). Due.work is yet another simple todo list application more focused on getting the work done rather than getting you distracted by listing a bunch of tasks.We shamelessly decided to build yet another todo list application even after knowing there are already 100s of other productivity apps on…

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Hey HN,

I am Robins, co-founder of due.work (https://www.due.work/). Due.work is yet another simple todo list application more focused on getting the work done rather than getting you distracted by listing a bunch of tasks.

We shamelessly decided to build yet another todo list application even after knowing there are already 100s of other productivity apps on the internet already, so why did be build it??

Actually, after working together with several companies and managing teams for years we actually never found a single productivity solution with whom we can really love using it.

Problems with existing solutions:

1. When working with teams even on a very small project after some time tasks always get cluttered even if we are using several labels, priority, etc.

2. It was very difficult to get to know the list of all overdue tasks that gets missed its deadline. No matter how productive we are there is always a probability of missing a deadline especially when we work in a team. What we wanted was something to aggregate all overdue tasks in a seperate group and display it on top whenever a task gets delayed, so that we can decide what to do with those missed tasks.

3. There were no good tools that actually let you decide what you really want instead they enforce you to it. What if the product manager prefers a view to writing tasks which will have beautiful Gantt chart to displays all the timelines of the tasks whereas the Business analysts of the team want a board view like in trello where all tasks present is on status wise. whereas other people want just a simple todo list view which only displays those tasks that needs to be done today.

4. An online feature like (in google docs or sheets) was missing in all the productivity apps. When we are working together in teams we often want to know who else is also online/working right now. It helps to boost confidence among the team. With team showing online we can also, ask anyone at that moment only if we had any issue.

5. A simplistic tool to be used by all department of people was missing in all productivity platforms. Many good tools like trello or basecamp actually offer a simplistic solution. But they with basic feature only and we are only left to use several integrations to use it as a whole thus we end up paying more and more.

This was some of the main reason, we decided to build an altogether new productivity platform due.work (https://www.due.work/). I would love to know your thoughts on the same.

Today we are releasing Due.work 2.0 with apps for all platforms (web, mobile, and desktop).

• Android

• iOS

• Mac OS

• Windows OS

• Linux

• Chrome Extension

• Firefox Extension

• Browser with all device type support.

We are super excited to launch ourselves on HN and also, eager to get your feedback on the Due.work (https://www.due.work/get-started)

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Show HN: TVFN

Show HN: TVFN 2 points by pmilla1606 20 minutes ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 1 comment TVFN (The View From Nowhere) started as an experiment to attempt to find objective truths to given statements. I realized that this would involve a lot of manual moderating and would probably invite a lot…

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2 points by pmilla1606 20 minutes ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 1 comment
TVFN (The View From Nowhere) started as an experiment to attempt to find objective truths to given statements. I realized that this would involve a lot of manual moderating and would probably invite a lot of abuse. It’s also – I think – an overly ambitious goal.

In its current form, I’m using it as a planning/documenting tool. It has helped me break down problems/tasks because it forces you to start with the desired goal.

I’m not really sure where to go with it at the moment so I wanted to show it off and look for feedback and/or ideas. The main use case I keep coming back to is for onboarding developers at new jobs; in my experience it’s always been an adventure getting the project(s) up and running when joining a new company.

All graphs: https://tvfn.io/app/browse
An exampe: https://tvfn.io/app/graph/4



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Show HN: Elasticsearch Learning to Rank Plugin

Show HN: Elasticsearch Learning to Rank Plugin 10 points by softwaredoug 22 hours ago | hide | past | web | favorite | discuss For those who don’t know, Learning to Rank, is a means of using a machine learning model to optimize relevance of search results. The Elasticsearch Learning to Rank plugin creates the…

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10 points by softwaredoug 22 hours ago | hide | past | web | favorite | discuss
For those who don’t know, Learning to Rank, is a means of using a machine learning model to optimize relevance of search results. The Elasticsearch Learning to Rank plugin creates the infrastructure for feature storage (aka templated Elastic queries), feature logging, and then uploading models trained offline for ranking with those features.

This plugin is a few years old, but as one of the core maintainers, I’m eager to open the pool of contributors to this codebase used a lot by the Elastic community. I realize Elasticsearch plugins are a dark art. But if your team uses Elasticsearch for search, is considering or using Learning to Rank, we’d love to have you in the community of maintainers that includes Wikimedia, Yelp, and other big Elasticsearch deployments.

The Code: https://github.com/o19s/elasticsearch-learning-to-rank
The Docs: http://elasticsearch-learning-to-rank.readthedocs.io



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Show HN: `$` Can be used in any webpage from the browser console

lpellis 2 hours ago $ is basically a shortcut for document.querySelector in the console, I wrote about some other things I found here: https://loftie.com/post/things-you-may-not-know-about-chrome… reply

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