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Keep tabs on your upcoming events and deadlines.

One of our core ideas with Momentum is to provide feedback in a passive, distilled way to fuel people in their journey and enable them to make the proper adjustments where needed. We’re excited to announce the latest piece of that vision: countdown timers.

With countdown timers you can now keep track of an upcoming event, such as a vacation, deadline, or any other type of event.

To enable Countdowns:

  1. Click the icon at the bottom left corner of the dashboard.
  2. Click General on the left side of the settings menu.
  3. Under the Show section, click the toggle switch to the right of Countdown. You’ll see + Countdown display at the top right of your dashboard. Click it to add a countdown!

To edit a Countdown, simply click on the countdown metric:

We are also working on the ability to add multiple countdown timers as well and will be adding that in a future update.

UPDATE: read our new blog post about multiple countdowns!

For more help setting up Countdowns check out our Countdown guide in Momentum’s Help Center.

From everyone on the Momentum team, have a great week!

The Momentum TeamOctober 25, 2016

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