"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
It helps in:
★ achieving the desired level of excellence & developing skills
★ beating procrastination habits
★ keeping track of time spent on different activities
★ advancing to a more balanced & fulfilled life
It’s indeed true that juggling between a few projects at a time is not an easy feat, especially if you are fully tied down with an employment.
Having many hobbies and multidisciplinary interests can be hard to master, especially when you're not sure what to start with.
This app keeps track of your tasks and focuses your attention on tasks that need it the most.
★How to use it:
Simply add the tasks you’d like to do over some period of time.
You can choose between cycle options:
✔ Once (no cycle at all)
Set how much time you’d like to spend on that particular task, and voilà.
★Additionally you can also:
---- Set an Endline ----
Endline is just a fancy name for "deadline" when the tasks are cycled.
**Note, that tasks cycle forever, unless the cycle type is set to "Once" or deleted**
---- Set Repeats ----
The default value of Repeats is 1 and it works perfectly for tasks which can be interrupted (like reading books, studying, blog posting)
Values different than one are usefull when the task takes a known fixed amount of time per repeatition (like going to the gym, p90x)
**Note, do not confuse Repeats with cycle types. For example you can cycle a task daily, but repeat it many times during the same day**
---- View History ----
You can view all your logs and statistics by making a long press on the task.
If you wish you can also remove any of the old logs by making a swipe gesture and pressing 'Delete'
App includes a "Daily Workload Indicator" which by use of colourful diodes indicates, how much hours on average are required daily to get things done.
Streaks feature let's see your combos directly on the task cell.
You can also to get raw data from iTunes, by going to 'Apps' on your iOS device and selecting Systematic app. In the list you'll find a file called Statistics.csv
The tasks that are impossible to accomplish (because were severely neglected and there's not enough time to finish them) turn their cell background color into red.
I love getting feedback! If you have any questions/requests/ideas don't hesitate to write me.
I'm using Systematic myself everyday and I'm curious about the ways other may use it :)