Using Measures, you can track behaviors, metrics, events or whatever you want. Measures are the data layer of Conjure.
Measures can be used to automatically complete Habits (through rules) or progress Objectives (through results), in addition to being a feedback loop for your own understanding of your behaviour over time.
You can manually create measurements, or automatically through integrations like the Apple Health Integration.
Here are the different types of measures in Conjure. We add continually adding new measure types, so if you have any ideas or requests, please let us know!
A timestamp measure is used for tracking when something happened. Examples of this timestamp measures are:
- Read Book
- Sick Days
- Took Supplements
- Talked to someone new
A time entry measure is used for tracking time spent doing something. Examples of time entry measures are:
- Work on project
- Exercise duration
Time entry measures are also used by the Time Tracking feature, which provides an interface specifically designed for regular tracking of time (eg tracking working on a project or time spent reading). You can configure a time entry measure not to show in Time Tracking if you wish.
A number measure is used for tracking number values. Examples of number measures are:
- Exercise distance (eg walks, runs, hikes)
- Water consumed
- Push Ups
- Weight Lifted
You can configure display options on a number measure, including if it is a round number or the decimal precision.