I’ve fixed the goal descriptions so that it’s not such a mess. (They were all a little too long!) I probably won’t upload pictures for the goals that were created since I last updated, so they’re showing broken links, but it still gives sort of an idea of how it works.
(PS - Thanks )
PPS - As a result of talking about it, I’ve now gotten more of my goals set up to autodial themselves.
The following goals now automatically set themselves to the average rate for the last 4 weeks (whenever I open the php page, which is set as one of my home pages, so it happens daily), each to a specified maximum
iOS Active Energy
Process Evernote Inbox
iOS Exercise Time
Process OmniFocus Inbox
100 Days | Red List
Clear Starred Email
100 Days | Strength Training
iOS Mindful Minutes
iOS Stand Hours
iOS Walk/Run Distance
iOS Time in Bed
Whenever anyone opens it, right? If I do that I’d set up a script to automatically access the page every day so I wouldn’t have to.
So is it a one-way ratchet? The autodialer only goes in one direction for each goal? Or can it adjust each goal either up or down based on your average rate for that goal?
However I have encountered some problems (and I’m basically listing them here so we could get rid of those…):
Autodialing seems buggy
It only seems to work, when the goal has a set goaldate; but also the calculated rates seem to be way too high:
Compared to my road:
There are problems with in_array in the dashboard