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    Noah Wilde commented  · 

    This would be super useful. A lot of my goals are time based, so the units are hours. I've been struggling to plan my day, because I need a high-level view of how many hours I am committed to. A good step forward in that direction would be to indicate the minimum values on the dashboard. The iPhone app does this very well. But with 30 goals or more, clicking in to each goal page becomes very tedious. I actually spent my morning coding up my own version of this using the API, but it's very kludgy! (Happy to share it, in case it helps to explain what I want.)

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    Noah Wilde commented  · 

    Oh man, I would love this. My inbox each morning is crazy. (I probably need to get better at Beeminder...)

    https://www.evernote.com/shard/s18/sh/e8e71a56-ebef-4168-a7dc-9a213c0c15c0/2d4c247f3aa7a702113169dc660f1517

    I don't add data points by email. So a single morning summary of what I need to focus on that day would be massively preferred.

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    Noah Wilde commented  · 

    Well, what would be cool from my perspective is being able to hide a goal from my public profile. But still being able to give out a link.

    That's how secret photos on Flickr work. If you have the URL you can access it. But the photos don't show up on the user profile at all.

    I don't like the fact that mystery goals show up as "mystery goal". They should just be hidden entirely.

    But I still wanna share them with friends occasionally. :)

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    Noah Wilde commented  · 

    Are there any values for the existing callback?

    For example, could I specify:

    http://example.com/register?goal=[goal]&value=[value]&comment=[comment]

    I looked at parsing the emails from the bot. Unfortunately, Zapier does not let you do any textual processing in the pipelines you configure, so that's out.

    I think you nailed it with your list there.

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