Im looking for a software that lets me:

  • Schedule different todo-lists to display at different times.
  • No user inputs should be needed once set up.
  • Preferably works on android and/or iOS tablet.

Scenario: Wakes up and looks at wall mounted tablet for the list of morning tasks. Later, comes home from work and looks at tablet for evening tasks.

I found an add-on for desktop firefox called simple browsing schedule that does the job when combined with asana.com. However, it is dependent on using a desktop windows/linux/macos operating system.

  • "No user inputs should be needed once set up" - how do you tick off the tasks which you have done? Or reschedule those which you haven't? Etc Sep 20 '18 at 13:02
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    @Mawg It shouldnt need any user input to do things like unlocking device and going into the scheduled todo-list. It would be convenient to be able to tick off the tasks but it is not a deal breaker for me if I have to do it through a more fleshed out UI on a web Browser or similar. I guess software that would allow me to display a certain web page (with to-do list) at a certain time would also be enough.
    – Simon
    Sep 24 '18 at 5:43
  • "software that would allow me to display a certain web page (with to-do list) at a certain time" sounds like a cron job, or Windows scheduler, or Android equivalent - you didn't tell us which operating system your wall mounted tablet is running; nor did you tell us a budget, or use the gratis tag if you don't want to pay. Please read How to Ask; no offence meant, but the more info that you give us, the better that we can help you. Sep 24 '18 at 6:31
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    I have changed the question somewhat. I dont know of any convenient way to make a cron job on android do what is asked though.
    – Simon
    Sep 27 '18 at 20:20
  • There are quite a few Google Play Store hits for cron, also for automate. I am having F-Droid questions, so can't check there, but you can look. Maybe @Izzy knows of something, now that you have updated the question? Sep 28 '18 at 6:28

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