You can use Conjure to build, maintain and track habits.
You can use habits in a simple manner, or have a sophisticated setup with automatic completions (through rules and integrations) and different completion types.
A habit can have rules, which automatically complete the habit when satisfied. For example when you track 15 minutes of reading, or reach 5,000 steps (via the Apple Health Integration), or complete other habits.
If a habit has no rules, it is known as "Simple" (see Habit Types below).
Rule groups are collection of rules and can be nested. They are useful for creating conditional logic. For example if you wanted some rules to apply on a certain day of the week (eg on Sunday you must read for 5 minutes instead of 15 minutes).
Based on if a habit has rules or not, it is known as one of following types of habit: "Simple", "Smart" or "Complex".
Depending on a habit's type, you can click the checkbox to complete the habit ("Simple" or "Smart"), or have it automatically completed based on rules ("Complex" or "Smart").
Read more about Habit Types here.
When you archive a Habit in Conjure, it is no longer is evaluated and it's reminders are not sent.
If you have others things in Conjure relying on the habit (eg another Habit or an Objective), because the Habit is not evaluated when archived, they may not be completed.
You can view archived habits here and can archive Habits from their menu.
- Guide to Habit Completion Types
- Guide to using Apple Health with Habits & Objectives
- Guide to the Perfect Day Habit
- Guide to Habit Sick Days, Rest Days, Holidays & Traveling
- Guide to Time based Habits & Objectives
Habits can have rich text/markdown notes, see here for more.