There isn't a way to edit it. If the entire intention has a big error, what you can do is hit the red x to mark it as "nevermind", then enter a corrected version. Or if it's close but not quite right, you can edit it when you just enter your outcomes.
I realize this is a bit of a pain, but it's designed to keep people out of task-selection mode and in actually-doing-stuff mode. One thing you can do though is append text to the task by pressing a on your keyboard when you have the task selected or by using the ⋮ menu..
This indicates the enough/not enough state! It lets you visually glance at a day to see how enoughy it was, or a goal to see how on-track it is. See also the following question:
If you have a time duration in your current (topmost not-done) intention, Complice will automatically detect it, and then display a little button that will give you a timer for that duration. For example, if you write "do yoga for 15 minutes" then you'll get a button to create a 15 minute timer.
The same system will also detect if your intention mentions a number of pomodoros, in which case it'll auto-complete the intention when you assign that many pomodoros to it.
This is for recording how your progress went that day towards a goal. For more on how to decide if something was "enough" or not, see this blog post.
You can't currently do this directly in Complice, but there's an app called WorkFlowy which is amazing for breaking down projects into parts. And now, Complice has an unofficial WorkFlowy integration that lets you plan tasks for days and have them automatically imported into that day's intentions.
There is also a hidden feature you can use to plan just one day in advance! Press shift+i to get a text box where you can draft intentions for tomorrow.
Good question. The system that I used is set up that way by default, for... reasons. It definitely isn't surreptitiously sending your video to anyone. It's sending blackness (and a note that says "I'm not actually sending video"). But yeah, unfortunately you have to reload the page if you want to make the light go away. Somewhere on a long todo-list is making the Pause button actually stop the webcam.
When you archive a goal, instead of having a number code, it now has a two-letter code. This helps indicate that it's not active. You can still see events for that goal in your timeline and reviews, and the goal itself is listed on your goals page.
Completing a goal is mostly like archiving, except the goal also gets a big shiny final event noting that it is complete, and you're prompted to share your accomplishment.
Yup! The data is stored as JSON, so that's how we export it:
If those don't work, or you need other data, get in touch and we can make it happen.
Those JSON files are a bit hard to work with because they're formatted for the database, not for people. The best readable output format is separated out per goal, sorted by time, and has your intentions+outcomes, priorities, and reviews. Change "1" to any other goal code (for archived goals that'll be a 2-letter code, such as "CO") to get that goal.
Email support at email@example.com.
You can reach out to us with any questions or bug reports using the intercom system—the purple circle in the bottom right. (If you don't have a purple circle, you probably have a very eager blocking system, like uBlock or Brave. You may want to unblock intercom on Complice, so you can talk to us!) You can also email support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complice also has a semi-official issue tracker on GitHub, where you can see if others have had the same bug as you and combine reports to help Complice track down complex issues. We don't necessarily check it regularly, so ensure you also let us know via intercom.
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