Clock App Survey



  • @c4pp4 said in Clock App Survey:

    c) I think Clock App misses: alarm volume fade in

    +1 :



    • a) I open the Clock App when I want to : activate/deactivate an alarm (for work)
    • b) I normally open the Clock App from : app launcher, sometime top bar
    • c) I think Clock App misses : alarm volume fade in (and maybe quick on/off setting for choosen alarms on top bar)
    • d) Clock (the time) : 3
    • e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock) : 1
    • f) Alarm (wake me up) : 4
    • g) Chronometer (timer with laps) : 1
    • h) Timer (count down) : 1
    • i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since : 2015

    @3T_Ed said in Clock App Survey:

    +1 :

    That makes +2 with me



  • @Keneda said in Clock App Survey:

    @3T_Ed said in Clock App Survey:

    +1 :

    That makes +2 with me

    +3 😉



  • a) set a timer
    b) from the app drawer
    c) nothing

    d) 1
    e) 2
    f) 1
    g) 2
    h) 3

    i) almost 3 years now



  • @AppLee said in Clock App Survey:

    c) nothing

    C'moooooon, be the +4 😁



  • @Keneda
    Didn't read
    Didn't need it personally but I don't mind if it gets there



  • a set an alarm
    b from the top bar
    c repeat alarm in 10 min from alarm settings
    d 1
    e 1
    f 4
    g 1
    h 1

    i since canonical time (2015), then I abandoned its use and now more than 2 years ago as a daily phone



  • A) check time in another time zone
    😎 indicator
    C) showing multiple timezones in indicator
    D) 1
    E)3
    F( 2
    G)0
    H)1
    I) since the begining. (Well, saw preview on nexus 7, had nexus 4, 5, but really got serious with the mx4 Ubuntu edition so about 5+)



  • a) I open the Clock App when I want to: Set alarm, or timer or measure time or when I'm abroad (not often) to set world clock temporary.
    b) I normally open the Clock App from: Indicators. (Slide from top bar, beginning on clock, slide down. Tap "Clock" under the calendar.)
    c) I think Clock App misses: Nothing, but for the sake of this survey I'll write: small redesign. 😉
    d) Clock (the time) - 1
    e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock) - 1.1
    f) Alarm (wake me up) - 3.5
    g) Chronometer (timer with laps) - 1
    h) Timer (count down) - 2
    i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: 2015



  • @CiberSheep

    a) set an alarm
    b) from indicators top bar
    c) a button to set an alarm

    d) 2
    e) 2
    f) 3
    g) 2
    h) 2

    i) more than 4 years



  • a) Setup an alarm / start a timer
    b) Sidebar
    c) Convergance

    d) 2
    e) 1
    f) 3
    g) 2
    h) 3

    i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: 2nd wave of Meizu PRO



  • a) open app to: set an alarm
    b) open app from: app launcher
    c) app misses: -

    d) Clock 1
    e) World Clock 1
    f) Alarm 4
    g) Chronometer 1
    h) Timer 2

    i) using UT since: ca. 4 weeks (daily driver)



  • c) I think Clock App misses:

    • When you are setting an alarm, I'd like to click on it and set it via num-keyboard. Now it's like playing some kind of roller game. 🙂

    • When the alarm is ringing, I'd like to stop it via 3 seconds of holding the button "OK"



  • @c4pp4 said in Clock App Survey:

    c) I think Clock App misses:

    • When you are setting an alarm, I'd like to click on it and set it via num-keyboard. Now it's like playing some kind of roller game. 🙂

    • When the alarm is ringing, I'd like to stop it via 3 seconds of holding the button "OK"

    Again +1 : For both good suggestions



  • a) Set alarm, or timer
    b) app drawer
    c) obvious indicator where to set/review alarm
    d) Clock 1
    e) World Clock 1
    f) Alarm 4
    g) Chronometer 2
    h) Timer 2
    i) Can't really, not until videochat is fixed



  • a) I open the Clock App when I want to: Set an alarm or use the timer
    b) I normally open the Clock App from: app on launcher
    c) I think Clock App misses: multiple timers, lowering the scroll speed when you set an alarm.
    Rate the following aspects between 0-4, being
    0 I don't know what's that,
    1 never, once or for testing,
    2 some times,
    3 quite often and
    4 always:
    d) Clock (the time): 2
    e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock): 1
    f) Alarm (wake me up): 4
    g) Chronometer (timer with laps): 1
    h) Timer (count down): 2
    i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: may 2018



  • @Rondarius said in Clock App Survey:

    lowering the scroll speed when you set an alarm.

    Scroll speed depends on your finger speed to launch the scroll action, and i think it's a good behavior.



  • @CiberSheep said in Clock App Survey:

    I'm interested to know the use we do of the clock app as it will be useful for a small redesign
    a) I open the Clock App when I want to: Set an alarm clock
    b) I normally open the Clock App from: the Ubuntu logo down the bar
    c) I think Clock App misses: beautiful design with a hand for second too
    Rate the following aspects between 0-4, being
    2 some times,
    d) Clock (the time
    10.42am
    e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock)
    I don't need it
    f) Alarm (wake me up)
    haven't tried yet
    g) Chronometer (timer with laps)
    don't need it
    h) Timer (count down)
    same
    i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: 3 days ago (or never if it's not your main drive)



  • When opening the Clock App the screen is divided in two. Upper half displays the clock and below the line is almost blank. That is, in my case - and no doubt as have many others - only if one clock is selected for the place I live in/nearest.

    Since many on this poll have indicated the alarms to be of importance, would it be a good option to have the lower half of the screen display the alarms if the user has not selected another/multiple clock(s)?



  • @3T_Ed said in Clock App Survey:

    Since many on this poll have indicated the alarms to be of importance [...]

    Indeed, the main idea of the survey is to know how people use the app and redesign consequently 🙂


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