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    Viliam Búr commented  · 

    Cooperative goal: A group of people commits to do 1000 push-ups in total each day. Everyone enters their own data per day, but they see the contributions of everyone. When the path leaves the yellow road, they all lose. A pie chart shows how much each individual contributed to the goal, and especially who didn't, so the contribution can translate to a group status.

    Competitive goal: A group of people commits to the same thing. It is as if everyone would do their own goal, except that all paths are shown in the same graph. If someone's path leaves the yellow road, the given person "dies" (can no longer enter data in this goal), but the remaining people continue. (When specifying the goal, there could be an optional rule that if only one person remains, the goal stops, either immediately or after one additional week, because the "winner" no longer has a motivation to compete.)

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    As Alice pointed out in the previous status update, we’ve got apps for both iOS and Android, and they’ve got super easy data entry methods. But for people using the SMS bot or who just prefer the email bot to the apps, I like some of these ideas. Keep them coming!

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    Viliam Búr commented  · 

    Carets can be also difficult to write on some non-English keyboards, so keep them, but add new possibilities.

    Two ideas:
    1) accept words "today" and "yesterday";
    2) accept also zero and negative numbers, with meaning: 0 = today, -1 = yesterday, etc.