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User-defined goals

For each Data, it would be good to have a user-defined goal. Like for example I want to eat 38g of fiber a day, I want to have 6h of prodcutive time a day, and so on.

36 votes

Tagged as New feature

Suggested 09 February 2017 by user Fred C

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    agree a lot on this one, i think this is one feature that is really missing, it would be amazing to track goals that way, defined by the user. I’m surprised this doesn’t have more votes.

    19 June 2017
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    definitely as a user who is interested in tracking I need to see if i am or am not meeting my goals, and correlate other data that may fall at the same time. for example - if my goal is to sleep 7 hours a night, but i see tha tmy emails that day are high, i may see that i should spend less time on data. the main attraction for tracking is to see how on or off track i am for a goal.

    25 March 2018
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    i would like a way to see if i am “green” or “red” for specific goals. e.g. i want to take daily vitamins 3 x a day - how many days did I do that or not? I want to drink 10 glasses of water a day -how many days did I do that or not?

    25 March 2018
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    I tried to organise the custom tags to show the goal progress as a workaround - I think this is a stretch marketing tactic by Exist. The tag is not the same as a goal. Yes, it does show you check marks over time for a particular tag; however, it does not allow for or show a goal for which you have started no activity. for example - i just tried to create a tag for vitamins to remember to take them; however, the past 3 days i have forgotten - so I have no tag currently that says vitamins, b/c my day did not involve them - however, bc there is no vitamin tag, then ia m not seeing it as a goal that i have missed 3 days - the most important thing to know about goals is when you miss them - so the tag as a workaround doesn’t work in this case - it won’t show you when you’ve missed until you have at least one time where you were successful.

    i think you should create a true separate goal feature or find a goal tracking app that lets you access the apt and tell us to use that

    25 March 2018
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    This is something that I’d like to see, too. I have a backlog of pocket articles that I’d like to get through and it would be nice to have the same kind of “intelligent adjusting goal” that I have for steps and sleep.

    17 October 2018