Ability to Set End Date for Archived Habits
When a habit is moved to the archive, we should be able to set a date the tracking is stopped.
I like the data I used to have about % of days I accomplished the habit, but as time passes and I am no longer logging it because it has been replaced and is in the archive, the data is diluted by months of inactivity that is factored into the percentage. By archiving the habit, I want to preserve that data for the active period, not lose it to time.
OMG, yes! This seems so obvious. Nothing lasts forever and the only constant is change. Therefore is seems logical, if not natural, that habits should also be allowed to come to an end (which preserves the success or failure rate)
I absolutely second this! I track everything on a yearly basis and like looking back at previous years and seeing my success rate. I agree with this user's request with archiving or you could simply add an "end date" to goals. Thank you!
Abraham Lincoln commented
When sending a completed(successful) habit to Archive, I want to set the end date.
There is a problem with the Average Process being calculated on the current basis.
Except for that, it's perfect!
Each tracker must also selectively display 'End Date'. I think it's a necessary function. Please improve it.
Dave N commented
Possibly related is that having goals archived was messy so I ultimately tagged goals with a year tag. Now I have reminders coming up for 2019 and 2018 goals that have a completed date of December 31 of that respective year. Nice to keep our past years goals for reflection and trending but they seem to be problematic in a number of ways no matter where you put them.
Andrew Wilcox commented
I want to be able to set an end date for goals so I can track progress percentages over similar time periods. Even when I archive a goal it continues counting which effects the completion percentage making it impossible to compare two data sets.