Allow users to organize Goals in different folders like: "Studies" "Health," "Hobbies" etc.
Could there be folders for certain goals so I can keep them all straight.
> I'd like a "Health" folder where I could log workouts, odometer readings,
> macronuitrents splits eaten over the week, etc. A "Study" folder to keep
> track of the time spent on school, and a "Hobbies" folder so I could track
> things like time spent on reading outside of class, practicing an
> instrument, or time spent other self improvement goals?
I’m not convinced this is such a high priority, though it will certainly be nice to have eventually. But it has a ton of votes. Is there anyone who wants this more than a feature to choose the time of day that you derail on an emergency day?
It's more important to have this feature than choosing time of day of derailment. As for the folders themselves, I'm OK with either folders or tags. With a lot of goals, I want the most important goals at the top (with the least amount of safe days) and that's what the current sort does. It would be nice, thought to have tags for different goals so I can re-sort the goals according to tags, as well.
If I had to choose between folders and end of day times I'd rather be able to choose my own end of day. But I really want both.
"Is there anyone who wants this more than a feature to choose the time of day that you derail on an emergency day?"
Me! Although neither one is particularly pressing for me.
Arthaey Angosii commented
I'm finding that my generic "exercise" goal isn't really working for me, but my specific "push-ups" goal is. So I'm going to create goals for each exercise I want to do regularly, and I'm going to be really sad that I can't group them for organization/sanity's sake. :/
This is a great idea. It would be awesome if you could gather all goals under a certain area or larger project!
I like either idea--tagging or folders. Since the goals are sorted by recency of update (something complained about elsewhere), they get pretty thematically jumbled, which bothers me, although I wouldn't mind that sort order if I could easily sort by "theme" with folders or tags.
I like this idea, though I'd slightly prefer goal tagging instead of folders, so I can categorize things multiple ways.