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This past fortnight has primarily been spent building V2 of Habits in Conjure, which I'll share the details and progress of now.
Some cool things also shared in this update include an iOS Shortcut for creating Measurements and ConjureKit, a set of community-built open source integrations, including a tool for tracking billable hours using Time Entries.
Habits V2 takes all the hopes, dreams, and learnings from Habits these past two years and implements them.
Some of the key new features of Habits V2 include:
Multiple Times Per Day Habits
Progress Based Habits
Historical Habit Streaks
Smart Habits V2
The remaining backend work and the frontend work I hope to have finished in the next 2 - 3 weeks. I'll be posting progress on both Discord and Twitter.
You can get an idea of the scale of the backend work done so far from these changes to the codebase 🙃
During this past fortnight, I spent time reviewing the backlog for Habit-related functionality.
While the key items are noted above, some other notable items on the backlog are:
A wonderful community member, Ivanka Todorova, has open-sourced ConjureKit, a set of additional integrations for Conjure.
One tool included is for tracking billable hours for various projects using Time Entry measures.
Check it out:
I shared an iOS shortcut for creating Measurements in the Conjure Discord (click here to join).
If you need a hand, ping me via the 'Feedback' button in app or just shout in the Conjure Discord.
I use an iOS shortcut to track every time I leave home, as a proxy to track when I get first sunlight exposure in the day (as that affects sleep onset) and use that to automatically complete my "🌤 Sunlight Before 10am" Habit.
Until next time,