Time of Day

With Time of Day, you can define the time ranges for Morning, Afternoon, and Evening that best suit your preferences and routines.

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Set the start time of your day

Habitify acknowledges that your day may not always start at midnight (00:00). To accommodate this, we offer the option to customize the start time of the day.

Adjusting the start time aligns the time ranges of Morning, Afternoon, and Evening with your unique daily routines, ensuring a personalized habit-tracking experience.

Please note that

While you can customize the start time of your day in Habitify for scheduling and habit-tracking purposes, it's essential to understand that this adjustment does not affect the actual date and time recorded for progress logs. Progress logs in Habitify adhere to the date and time set for check-ins on your device (phone, PC, or tablet). Progress logs are associated with the actual date and time on your device for accurate tracking.

For example, let's say it's 1 am on Jun 5, and according to your schedule, it is still considered the evening of Jun 4. If you were to record a progress log at this time, it would be logged for Jun 5, as that is the actual date and time on your device.

Customize time ranges

With Time of Day, you can define the specific time intervals for Morning, Afternoon, and Evening that work best for you.

Area of Time of Day

The time ranges you set for each segment of the day in Time of Day directly influence the Time of Day area on the Journal Tab, which is next to the All Habit list.

This area will switch to Morning, Afternoon, or Evening based on the time range you set. The area's habit list is also changed to filter the habits assigned each time (which you do in Habit Settings).

The area of Time of Day cannot be deleted.

This area provides a comprehensive overview of your daily habit list and completion. By customizing the time ranges, you can accurately visualize your habit progress during specific parts of the day, allowing for a more detailed representation of your achievements.

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