Based on if a habit has rules or not, it is known as one of the following types:
- Simple: No rules. You can click the checkbox to complete the habit.
- Complex: Has rules. It can only be completed when the rules are satisfied. You cannot click the checkbox.
- Smart: Has rules, but you can either satisfy the rules to complete or click the checkbox to complete (as Conjure will do the things required to satisfy the rules).
"Simple" habits have no rules and you can just click to complete.
In the below example video, you see an example of a "Simple" habit with no rules being completed.
"Complex" habits have rules and those rules must be satisfied in order for the habit to be completed, therefore you cannot click to complete.
In the below example video, you see an example of a "Complex" habit that is completed when 5 minutes of reading time is tracked.
"Smart" habits have a certain rule(s), that allows it both to be automatically completed when the rules are satisfied (like a "Complex" habit), or you can click to complete it (like a "Simple" habit) as Conjure will do the things required to satisfy the rules (such as create a measurement).
In the below example video, you see an example of a "Smart" habit that is completed either when clicked or a measurement is created.
Here are the supported "Smart" Habit definitions:
|Single "Timestamp For Measure Exists" Rule|
On complete, Conjure will create a measurement for the measure on the relevant date with using the current time of day.
On un-complete, Conjure will remove last timestamp measurement belonging to the measure on that date.