We really want you to get the most out of Tiimo! So, we've put together these 5 great tips based on feedback from other Tiimo users 👫
If you still have questions after the article, remember to get in touch. We’re here to help.
Without further ado, our top 5 tips:
1. Practice #sundayscheduling
Take some time at the end of each week (or whenever works for you) to plan your schedule for the coming period (more on how to do that quickly in tip 2 😉). Join other users who practice #sundayscheduling and get to know other members of our community.
2. Create routines online
On your online calendar you can create routines of up to 20 activities that can be dragged and dropped into any day. Creating a morning routine, work/school routines for each day, and an evening routine at the start of your Tiimo journey will save you tons of time in the long run! 🚀
If you're on your computer head to the web calendar to get going. Unsure of how to make routines? Check out our video guide.
3. Persistence is key 🔑
It takes some time to fully integrate Tiimo. Make sure to use Tiimo for long enough that it becomes a natural part of your own or your child's routine.
4. If you are a parent, involve your child in the planning
If your child is up for it, our user feedback shows improved effectiveness of Tiimo when your child is involved in the planning process. Have them join you when you're setting-up activities and choosing icons 👨👧
5. Have fun!
Remember, Tiimo visuals are totally personalizable, so you can upload images related to you or your child's interests. The more your calendar comes to represent your personality, the more fun it will be to use!
So get creative! 🎨
6. Write encouraging messages
Many writes encouraging messages in the notes section to further support the user. This is an easy and fun way to communicate and support the user from a distance. A note could for example be: "Have fun at practice - you can do it! Love mom 🧡"
7. Look back on the past week
Have a conversation about the past week. When did it aid having Tiimo with you and when didn't it? This conversation is both useful for the one setting up the calendar and the one using Tiimo. The conversation can shed light on the use and value of Tiimo.
If you have any advice or tips that you think are worth sharing with others, then please reach out to us! 🤗