One of Habitualist's strengths has long been the calculation of the HabitScore™, a measure of how habitual you are being with an action. Now we're providing historical charts of your HabitScore™ for each action.
Habitualist now lets you add tags to your actions and then filter your dashboard by tag. One great use for this is filtering your actions by context. Just want to see your work actions? Or just the actions to do at the gym? Just add a tag and filter as appropriate.
Although historically, Sunday was the first day of the week in many calendars, the majority of people outside North America treat Monday as the start of a new week. Habitualist now lets you configure your preference.
While the primary purpose of Habitualist is to help you track the actions you want to take to build habits, it’s also a great tool for remembering to perform tasks that only need to be done every few months.
One core feature of Habitualist is the ability to track tasks that have a variable recurrence. While most to-do-list software supports recurring tasks like “floss every day”, most fail at targets like “go to the gym three times a week” or “blog every 2–4 days”. This is where Habitualist shines.