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Author Topic: A Motivational "grace Interval"  (Read 6822 times)
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« on: November 17, 2005, 07:49:45 AM »

Two common feature requests for Consistency are to allow a user to insert "skip markers" that show when they've given themselves permission to skip a task, and to automatically skip weekends, so a user can track tasks that only need to be performed on weekdays. A user can already insert "skip markers" of sorts by selecting "New Target Day Range" on the date they needed to skip. For a long list of tasks, however, this change can quickly become monotonous. Here's an idea that could meet both requests and provide some novel yet important motivation in task charting: Adding a Motivational "Grace Interval" to Sciral's Consistency.

I really appreciate and recommend Consistency; I also think adding this feature may be possible without overhauling the program.

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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2005, 12:24:28 PM »

Sorry about duplicate replies to your three feature requests-- I read them all and I deeply appreciate your support and the time and thought you put into your requests. I am currently looking at features for a future version of Sciral Consistency, and will definitely consider your ideas. Thanks again!
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