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A way to get better stats?



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mellymoo

Posted: Oct 10, 2013
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I'm not sure how to best explain this other than to compare td to mint.com. I love the way that mint breaks down my spending for me and I can see exactly where my money goes and what I value. I want to do the same thing with my time. I like the graphs, but I wish they were clearer. I wish they broke down every category so that I could select a section and see exactly what tasks are bring counted. I wish that I could break down my goals so that I could see a graph of just my long term goals, and then do a reality check on how I am fulfilling them . Any plans to improve the graphs? Any 3rd party apps that can do this?
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Oct 10, 2013
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Thanks for the feedback. We would like to enhance the graphs in the future. I will log your idea for the goal breakdown.
mellymoo

Posted: Oct 10, 2013
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So glad to hear! Let me clarify after thinking on it... I have all my life long goals broken into 3 or 4 long term goals, and each of those are broken into 3 or 4 short term goals. Then each if my to do's are related to a short term goal. I would like to see a pie chart of all my life long goals to see which ones are getting the most of my time, and I'd also like to see a pie chart of each of those goals broken into long term goals and so on. Then I would like, on each of those charts, to be able to take out a slice and see a list of the actual items that I did that fit into that. I want it so that I can do this for any given day, week, month, year, etc. I hope that makes sense and is possible. I think it would really aid people in being able to live a purpose and goal driven life by giving them the power of clarity over the daily drudge work and how it relates to the bigger picture.
At least, that's what I was thinking while I was doing the dishes a minute ago ;-)
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