Since Agenda already tracks temporality in a general sense, is it possible for it to track it in a more specific sense? The two examples I can think of immediately are sprinting/ pomodoro style where there is some kind of either countdown or timer immediately accessible to the user. I would imagine there are users who would like to be stuck on a particular page for a specific length of time so they can work on a task without distractions, though I’m sure there are also users who would need the ability to reference different pages within a project, or different apps/ the internet/ etc. Personally I use an app called Forest (which also has a Chrome extension) which “prevents” me from using my phone for however long I ask it to do that, which is where the “restricted to a particular page/ project/ etc” idea is from.
Separately but related, is it possible to track how long the user spends working on either a particular note, or within a particular project, or within the app in general? I like looking at this kind of data to discern trends in when and why I’m most productive (or least productive), though I’m sure people who bill by time frame would appreciate it too.
Just some ideas I had that I thought I’d throw out there!