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    aosb commented  · 

    hope i understand this request accurately ... i would look be to set a goal of 30 minutes of reading each day and then be able to start stop a timer for each event. the sum of the time defines goal closure.

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    Status update: We’re wrapping up a few improvements to the app that lay a solid foundation for the Progress Reports feature.

    The only step left after v7.7.1 for iOS is to add support for reports to the API, so while we do that we’ll rebuild the Apple Watch app, then focus 100% on the big v8.0 release of Progress Reports!

    Thanks for your patience. It’ll be worth the wait. :)

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    aosb commented  · 

    An additional layer is to create a "nag" reminder schedule that combines the suggested "repeat after" value and the "times per time window" setting. I would love to be able to set 2 times per week, every three days; then get an alert on the 1st day of the week (eg, Monday), "Do x today and Thursday to complete goal."; if you fail to do the 1st repetition, the reminders get stronger, leading up to Thursday, when the reminder says, "Do it today or else! Gotta do x today and Sunday to compete the goal!". And maybe Saturdays, is: "Gotta do x today and tomorrow to get your 2 repetitions for the week!"

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