The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks (3-5 minutes). Each session is known as a Pomodoro, from the Italian word for 'tomato'.There are many variations on the this approach. These allow individuals to tailor the principles of the Pomodoro Technique to better suit their personal working style.
Auto-Run is a mode that the sessions run automatically one after another. You don’t have to come back to your phone after each session ends. This mode will help you stay more focused without distraction from the phone.Traditionally the number of sessions is set to 4, meaning that you focus for 4 Pomodoros continually before taking a long rest.
-Tap the start button to enter a Focus Session.
- Concentrate on your work with the white noise and minimalist background.
- At the end of the Fucus session, you can choose to start stretch exercise, take a break or skip the break session.
You can also choose to start an Auto-Run mode in Timer Settings.
Before starting to count down, tap on the Timer Settings icon to open it. You can slide the sliders to change the time duration of the focus session and break session.
- Make sure you lock Foca in the Multi-tasking interface.
- Make sure you permit 'Auto-Start' for Foca if applicable.
- Make sure you permit 'Ignore battery optimization' for Foca if applicable.
You can start a timer in Foca first, then play another music player. You can switch to Foca later once the Spotify music gets started.On the other hand, we would suggest listening to the white noises provided by Foca, since the list is carefully selected and more helpful for concentration.