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Achievr

Daily habit tracking for achievers

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Habit List

Manage habits w/ a clean interface showing streaks & trends

Create good habits, break unhealthy ones, build a better you.

Aleksandra- Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls
I put my resolutions into the Habit List and it really helps me to keep track of how I'm keeping to them (daily, weekly, monthly analytics). The limitation is that you can add mostly actionable items like 'go for a run', ' do morning meditation' or 'reading 100 pages a day'. It does not help to track resolutions like 'improve emotional well-being', 'improve … See more
Aleksandra- Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls
I also tried Habit List and love it for simplicity. Reminders are very helpful!
Aleksandra- Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls
I use Habit List, and it gives me a great overview of my habits and routines. Easy customization and clean design are the main advantages for me, though morning reminders are very helpful too :)
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Goaly

Track your goals the Ray Dalio way

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[UPDATE] Available on App Store.

Hey ProductHunt !

Goaly is an app to track your goals the way Ray Dalio describes in his book Principles.

1. Have clear goals.

2. Identify the obstacles

3. Accurately diagnose the problems to get at their root causes

4. Design plans that will get you around them

5. Review and redesign

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Habitica

Creating habits and achieving goals, gamified.

Jan Sysala 👨‍💻 ⚛️ 🚀- Front-end dev 🔎 for remote web dev job.
You can track habits (positive/negative), daily tasks and to-dos. Easy to use, multi-platform. Gamified, with possibilities to create/join guilds.
Anthony Glyadchenko
Makes taking care of your todos and habits a little less painful. Level up, new abilities, raising pets. Doesn't let the gamification get in the way of managing your todos. Great third party API. Wonderful community. Collaborate with others on tasks to defeat bosses.
Nik Lal- Word nerd
Gamification isn't for everyone. It is for me. Getting XP to level up my character and gold to buy quests, getting random item drops upon performing the task that I'm trying to habitify, all this works for me, really well. More things I love: joining a party of friends to complete quests without have to share my task+habit list, and free and open source with… See more
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HabitBull

Make a streak out of your habits

Gregor Nobis- Full time product enthusiast
Trying to start small, I quickly tried a few trackers. HabitBull was the only one that allowed five not three habits in the free version so I went with it. And I have liked it. Now that I have found habit tracking really helps me improve I will re-evaluate some apps to see where to put my money. HB is definitely an option.
Ray Nestor- PM
Super simple, clean and straightforward.
Ray Nestor- PM
Absolutely love this product. I tried many Habit Trackers before settling with HabitBull. The no-frills approach is what I love about this product and the reason why I paid for it.
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Do more in less time! Kurator lets you curate and save research and favorite sites in curation folders.

Pin curation folders as tabs, and access links instantly.

Kurator scrapes sites and stores, images, comments and tags. Filter your lists using your own tags.

Share your research in folders, or publish them online.

Karan Bavandi- CEO, Optimal Access Inc.
Curate your tabs, organize them in folders, and access them all from one tab! I usually ping my Kurator folder, so its always there. Now you can close your tabs, knowing that they are instantly accessible when you need them. Each folder can be a session, so similar to session buddy, except that you control what goes where! Same with Onetab!
Karan Bavandi- CEO, Optimal Access Inc.
Kurator lets you save all your articles, add comments and tags so you remember why you saved them, organize them in different folders (akin to storing different sessions), and access all your links under one tab (similar to OneTab functionality). Within each folder, a preview pane shows displays the comment, and publisher, author and tag column let you sort… See more
Karan Bavandi- CEO, Optimal Access Inc.
Kurator lets me easily curate a link, save it to a folder, and add comments and tags. I then pin that tab, in my browser, so I can get to any link instantly. This removes tab clutter, and lot of time searching for information. Because I organize them, I always know where everything is. I also share my links with colleagues and clients. Much more effecti… See more
Optimal Access
A recent study by Infodesk shows that poorly curated and hard to find content is costing you valuable time! Even the most conservative estimates suggest that the average information user spends a minimum of two hours per week looking for information. So, stop searching and start organizing.
Optimal Access
Backlinks are a strong indicator of popularity for search engines. In order to rank for the top 10 searches (SERP) on google, you need a well crafted backlink strategy. Depending on the keyword you want to rank for, you will need anywhere between 15 to over a hundred backlinks, per post.
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AchieveLog

Log your greatest achievements and get ideas for future ones

AchieveLog helps you log your greatest achievements, curate that list of favourites, get ideas for future achievements, as well as helping you select which achievements you’d like to share on your device, when talking to the key people, in your life and career.

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