Tunnel Vision is a web extension that keeps users on track by showing them their next Trello task every time they open a new tab.
The internet is full of distractions and few of us have the self-restraint to resist them all. Offering a helping hand is Tunnel Vision, a web extension that keeps users on track by showing them their next Trello task every time they open a new tab.
Trello is a digital task manager for teams, designed to help workers manage and collaborate on projects. To begin using Tunnel Vision, users download the Chrome extension and link it to their Trello account. Then, every time they open a new tab in Chrome, the next task on each of their shared boards will appear. That way, instead of wandering off into a wormhole of listicles, people can keep themselves on track.
Tunnel Vision is free but in the future a paid upgrade will offer additional features. How else could restrictions be used to narrow the internet on certain occasions?