Looking at the new progress tab, some aspects I’m liking very much.
Second section of compétions this week, great.
Success rate graph: line chart? It’d be more compact. I think vertical labels aren’t needed. Is it misleading to not use 100% as the measure? Unsure if it’s using percentage or number of times. 4 lines of 25% each perhaps is easier to understand and cleaner.
Monthly and yearly are hard to scroll through. As a bar graph, more consistant with others. Weekly showing quarter at a time and monthly showing a whole year? Unsure if too compact; seems like it’d be ok.
Checkin time haven’t thought about much. So far not needed for me.
Daily performance. Haven’t thought much about that either. Seems to me not helpful.
Last graph of month or year: next to number of completion numbers, an “of “ plus number of 100%? Too cluttered? Not sure. Just like the this week number compared vs goal and circular graph so clearly shows progress, monthly and yearly could too.
Overall trying to see how the graphs relate to determine progress, too much scrolling to go between them. Some way to see progress of an individual habit? Don’t know. Some places where there are numbers such as if one is looking at monthly, some number showing percent change compared to last interval, like 10%▲? Unsure. Trying to figure out how to compactly represent all such data showing completions plus change and progress. Hesitant to just say add this or that without knowing how it’d look and if it’d be overload.
Trying to think of a calendar similar to Activity app that summarizes progress per day would work and if it’d be someday a good addition. Pictures above: one comes from iMoodJournal range of colors and other is an intensity log of running. If it might be a good idea, similar to previously in app colors of compétions in orange, blue, light blue, it seems granularity would need to be perhaps a range of colors to signify progress by maybe 10% to be meaningful.