I’m working hard on the goals and graphs portion of Storyblue that’s coming in the next update. This is looking awesome, folks. The current design lets you easily add either daily/weekly word goals, or total-words-in-time-period goals.
So for instance, if your goal is to write 2000 words a day, you can set that up as a daily word goal. Storyblue keeps track of your daily output, and graphs your daily progress against your goal, so you can see where you fell short. You can look at graphs for the last week, last month, last year, or all time, and see how you’ve done.
The other type of goal is for something like NaNoWriMo, where you know how many words you need in a set time period. Just type in your goal (e.g. 50,000 words) and your target date (Nov. 30), and Storyblue will calculate how many you need per day, and let you know if you’re on track for success.
These changes should be in the next release, sometime in the next two weeks.
I’ll post some screenshots soon!
Let me know what you think, and if you have any ideas for this feature that would help you out.