TaskRatchet lets you commit money on completing one-off tasks by deadlines you set. It acts like a simple todo list, letting you define your tasks and check them off when they are done.
Yes! TaskRatchet is free to use forever. You will only be charged if you don’t complete a task you’ve added by the deadline you chose.
TaskRatchet allows you to commit to completing tasks by a deadline. If you don’t make your deadline, you get charged the amount you pledged on the task. Without your payment details, TaskRatchet isn’t effective at ensuring you meet the deadlines you’ve set.
Soon after you miss a deadline, TaskRatchet will email you letting you know you’re about to be charged, and a charge will appear in your bank account. You can reply to this email to pause the charge and let me know that the charge isn’t legit. Once I’ve canceled a charge, it will disappear from your bank account.
Currently you can, but this isn’t by design. Since any charges for late tasks won’t succeed without valid payment details, TaskRatchet won’t be able to enforce the commitments you’ve made. In the future, payment details will be required to use TaskRatchet.
I am currently working hard on adding email preferences and unsubscribe to TaskRatchet, but I haven’t completed it yet. Until then, email me at email@example.com and I can manually unsubscribe you from daily emails.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org letting me know whether you’d like me to delete or just deactivate your account, and I’ll get it done as soon as I can.
TaskRatchet is built and maintained by a single developer, so I may plan to have certain features that I just haven’t had the time to build yet. Or, maybe I haven’t thought of the feature yet! Email me at email@example.com with any ideas, suggestions, or feedback. I love hearing your ideas!