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Welcome to the first fortnightly Conjure update.
In these updates, I'll share the latest improvements, plans, and news regarding Conjure, along with insights and articles around habits, behavior change, productivity, achievement, and well-being.
I'll take this opportunity to briefly recap the journey with Conjure, share what is next on the roadmap, and dive into the most recent key updates.
Conjure has been under development for 20 months and is now moving out of the early access phase.
Conjure has been used daily by people for ~12 months. There have been over 28,000 habit completions. Over 35,000 measurements have been tracked along with a mere 2,900,000 evaluations by the rules engine.
Aiming to build a platform people value and use daily, the focus during these months has been to build the foundations of a system that helps people identify, build and maintain behaviors conducive to well-being and life satisfaction.
These foundations include the data layer (measures), the data set engine, the habits and objectives rules engine, the real-time architecture, and the API.
With significant progress made, the focus will shift to refining features that leverage these foundations, further rounding out the platform, and continuing to build something unique, powerful, and fun!
We'll focus on nailing habit related functionality, which includes:
Alongside this, we'll be improving communications and community around Conjure, including:
You'll also see updates in other areas (for example, the Zapier integration pending release). Once we get through this Habit feature backlog, there are some exciting features around reporting, dashboards, tracking, and sharing, that I can not wait to work on.
Another aspect of focusing on habits and communications is growing Conjure's userbase. As a bootstrapped business, this is somewhat important, and I'm keen to reinvest revenue to advance the roadmap faster. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or thoughts on growth or the roadmap!
Measures are the data layer of Conjure. Tracking is an essential part of identifying, building, and maintaining behaviors.
V1 of the Measures system did the job of initially building out the Habits rules engine and validating some ideas.
V2 has taken all the learnings, feedback, and research, creating a flexible system built to serve the future of Conjure as we add more Measure Types and make more features around reporting and tracking.
We strive for tracking behavior, be it manually or automatically, to be as easy, low friction, and flexible as possible, in addition to catering to the ecosystem of integrations and apps forming around Conjure.
Some aspects of the revised Measure system include:
I'm thrilled to have the Measures V2 update shipped. It was challenging and time-consuming to build, but the right foundation for behavior tracking moving forward.
Thank you so much to everyone who has supported Conjure on its journey and provided feedback and insight. I have immense gratitude for you.
I remain as excited about Conjure and its future as I did 20 months ago on day one.
As always, any feedback, requests, or questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com or just hit the 'Feedback' button in app.