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Sink the time sinks.
Everybody has their own definition of productivity, and for most of us, that definition changes depending on what we’re trying to achieve. There are swathes of the Internet, however, that are specifically designed to capture your attention by triggering a dopamine response.Is this dope? Literally, yes. But actually, probably not. Social networks, games, dating apps and porn are all culprits. This doesn’t mean that they’re bad, but we want to offer you the tools to indulge on your own terms. YOU have the control.
How does CONTROL D help?
Games and Reddit never hurt anyone, unless they were trying to finish something on time. With CONTROL D, you can create a ‘Productivity’ profile, with rules that block specific services (maybe it’s Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Minecraft, or maybe you have different time-sink tastes... there’s scores to choose from).You can either choose to use this profile all the time on certain devices, like your work computer, or you can schedule the activation of the profile when you need to get stuff done (during school or work hours).
Get productive with CONTROL D in 6 steps.
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1
Create a new Profile in “Manage Profiles & Devices”.
2
In the Control Panel, choose whatever you want to block.
3
Go back to “Manage Profiles & Devices” and click on your device’s “More” menu.
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4
Click on “Create Schedule”.
5
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
6
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
Get productive with CONTROL D in 6 steps.
View Steps
1
Create a new Profile in “Manage Profiles & Devices”.
2
In the Control Panel, choose whatever you want to block.
View Steps
3
Go back to “Manage Profiles & Devices” and click on your device’s “More” menu.
4
Click on “Create Schedule”.
View Steps
5
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
6
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
Get productive with CONTROL D in 6 steps.
View Steps
1
Create a new Profile in “Manage Profiles & Devices”.
2
In the Control Panel, choose whatever you want to block.
3
Go back to “Manage Profiles & Devices” and click on your device’s “More” menu.
4
Click on “Create Schedule”.
5
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
6
Choose the days and times you want your profile to be active.
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