I have been using Focusable since September to help me stop procrastinating and focus on the work that I need to get done when I’d rather be doing something else. Focusable isn’t just for adults. In fact, it was created for classroom use. However, Focusable has always required that users register for an account in order to use the platform. That can be an obstacle to using it in some school settings. Focusable has remedied that problem by now offering an option to use the platform without registering for an account.
Anyone can now use Focusable by simply going to Focusable.com/focus. When you use that link you’ll be directed to Focusable’s countdown timer page. You set the timer for the length of time you need. Once the timer has started you can access the breathing and visualization activities that Focusable offers.
When you use Focusable without an account you don’t have access to the video journaling feature. Nor do you have access to a record of how many Focusable sessions you’ve done.
Watch my new video that is embedded below to learn how to use Focusable without registering for an account.