2 years ago 💘 for day 92, 2019 with 381 words.

?Ideapickr: Randomly pick your topic for your writing — entry for Maker Festival

When you've been writing and creating content consistently. You really need to ask yourself what you should write about on a daily basis. This is my always dilemma when I've started writing every day.

I’ve come up with this idea last January when I start my daily writing practice in 200wordsaday.com. As I’ve gone with my writing habit, the actual writing itself was a little bit easy as you do it every day.

? The Problem:

The hard part is having the motivations to write when you don’t feel like writing and the other thing is what I should write about. I'm having a hard time thinking and deciding what I should be writing about, even though I have a lot of awesome topic idea on my list. Plus, I’ve got confused about what I should be writing about. The time that spent on thinking could be spent on actually writing.

I would like it to automatically present the topics to me rather than me going through my list.

? The solution:

I've checked online if there are available writing prompts generator but it was too focused on writing fictions. I want something that will go through my own list and just randomly pick topics for me and I just press the next button if I didn’t like the currently selected topics.

This eliminates the manual process of going through your list.

??‍?On development:

Actually, I’ve already started working on it with actual coding but I’ve decided to pivot with “No code” to test my idea early and to be able to qualify to join in Makers festival ?.

The Ideapickr works on your browser as well as on your mobile phone.

? Voting

If you have spare time you can check out my apps on this links ideapickr.carrd.com.

Also, it was nominated in Product Hunt Makers Festival under ‘Tiny Apps’ Category and look for Ideapickr ( The one with awesome GIF) and just smash the ? votes button. Here is the live like for the voting.

This means a lot to me :).

Lastly, let me know if you have any feedback and thoughts on how to improve it.

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