Play a plan
Digital time stamp
The playback mode allows you to display your plan step by step, using a timer at the top of your screen. You go at your own pace. When it is about to end, the blue bar turns orange to let you know that the end is imminent.
The autoplay mode allows the player to move to the next step without asking the user to change the step manually.
To go back to the previous step, the user must press this button.
The Pause option allows you to stop the chronometer for the desired time. This pause time is not recorded in the statistics.
To go to the next step, the user must press this button.
I'm done is crucial if the user finishes the application of his plan before the configured duration. This feature ends the plan playback and directs the user to the statistics accumulated during the playback.
Controlling the display and sound effects
Sound effects : When a step is completed, a sound is activated to indicate the end of the current step. At the end of the last step, another sound tells you the end of the sequence. To disable the sound effects, click on the button.
Step time bar size : Depending on your preferences, three bar sizes are available.
Text size : If you are reading your shot in front of an audience, enlarging the text size is a very useful feature. Three text sizes are available.
Fullscreen : For a more pleasant reading experience, the full screen option is available. The f11 key on your keyboard activates the same function. To exit full screen mode, click the same button again.
Remaining time : displays the remaining time before the end of the shot.
At the end of the playback, Oplan gives you a better understanding of your relationship with time and the task you have completed. Based on the time durations of the steps in your plan, the Oplan Reading Summary allows you to see the difference between your goals and the actual durations recorded. This way, you can quickly pinpoint the steps that took more or less time than expected.
Blue color indicates that your step took exactly the same amount of time as your goal. The difference between the actual step time and the goal time is zero.
Green color tells you that your step took less time than expected. The difference between the actual time of the step and the target time is negative.
Orange color indicates that your step took longer than expected. The difference between the actual time of the step and the target time is positive.
Gray color tells you that the step has not been started.
At the end of your plan, a statistics page appears on the screen. These statistics allow you to see your performance at a glance. They are counted each time you leave the play page.