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How can I get anything done when Singletask has taken over my entire screen?

singletasksupport 1 year ago • updated by Support 1 year ago 1

I must be misunderstanding something here. Singletask takes over my entire screen, how am I supposed to get anything done on my laptop when Singletask has done this?

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Singletask hides elements of the Mac user interface, such as the menu bar and dock, in order to increase focus but you can still access them by moving your mouse to the top of the screen (menu bar) or bottom of the screen (dock). You can also hide Singletask by going to the menu bar > Singletask > Hide Singletask.


When in another app you can use Singletask’s menu bar status (top right) to keep on-task without having to switch back to Singletask. You can mark a task as complete, skip to the next task or start/stop/reset the timer by clicking the menu bar status or using the keyboard shortcuts listed there.


Let us know if you have any other questions and thank you for using Singletask!

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Singletask hides elements of the Mac user interface, such as the menu bar and dock, in order to increase focus but you can still access them by moving your mouse to the top of the screen (menu bar) or bottom of the screen (dock). You can also hide Singletask by going to the menu bar > Singletask > Hide Singletask.


When in another app you can use Singletask’s menu bar status (top right) to keep on-task without having to switch back to Singletask. You can mark a task as complete, skip to the next task or start/stop/reset the timer by clicking the menu bar status or using the keyboard shortcuts listed there.


Let us know if you have any other questions and thank you for using Singletask!