How to use the Momentum Chrome extension to hone focus

This is how I use the Momentum Chrome extension to hone focus each day, and how this works alongside my personal dashboard in Notion.

A duotoned dark purple and beige version of the Apple woman doing yoga emoji, in front of a bright green zig zag shape across the bottom of the image

In this video (3min), I show you how I use Momentum alongside my Notion to-dos:

Here’s what’s covered:
0:18 Mac search bar
0:32 Momentum app
0:50 Focus task for the day
1:12 Notion personal dashboard
1:20 Why I keep Notion ‘spaces’ separate
1:28 Notion project dashboard
1:50 Notion timelines
2:25 Download Momentum

Screenshot of the Momentum Chrome extension download page showing a screenshot of the app and "Remove from Chrome" button
The Momentum extension download screen
A screenshot of the Momentum browser extension showing a photo of the Brooklyn Bridge at night, the current time, "Good morning, Jalli" and a task reading "Make a YouTube video!"
My Momentum browser background
A screenshot of the Momentum browser extension showing a birdseye view photo of a sandy coast and green water, the current time, "Good morning, Jalli" and a question "What is your main focus for today?"
Another day, another photo
A screenshot of the Momentum browser extension showing sunkissed rolling country hills of Yorkshire England, the current time, "Good morning, Jalli", then under a 'Today' heading it says "Relax"
Another random photo chosen by Momentum app

You can download Momentum here.

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