How to set up and use a Tiny Habits habit tracker in India
India has a huge population of over half a billion people.
With the number of smartphone users doubling every two years, it is becoming increasingly important to keep track of what’s happening and who’s doing what in the country.
In the meantime, Google has introduced a new feature that lets users create and track their own personal habits.
With this feature, users can create and tag their daily and weekly habits and the app will tell you the details of how long each of them is.
This way, if you find yourself on the couch, or on your commute, you can add a few more days to your daily routine.
In a blog post published on Google Play on January 16, Google added a small feature to the app that enables you to create your own personal habit tracking profile.
Once you have the app set up, you will see a new menu on the right-hand side of the screen.
Tap the “Create your habit tracking Profile” button.
Tap “Add a habit to your profile.”
Tap “Follow me.”
You will see the options for adding and tracking a new habit.
From here, you are able to set a limit of three habit types, choose a duration, and also set a trigger.
The new option allows you to define the exact type of habit you want to track.
Once you have selected your type of daily habit, you need to define its trigger.
From this, you get to choose a number of days, hours, minutes, seconds and the amount of days and hours that you want your habit to track (see screenshot above).
The new profile allows you the option of adding more than three daily habits.
You can also tag your daily habits with a tag like this one:I like how the daily habits are categorized.
Tap the tag icon to create a new one.
Tap a day of the week to add a daily habit.
You now have your own custom habit tracker, and you can tag and track your daily, weekly and monthly habits in a single app.
In fact, you might even use this feature to create multiple habits and keep track for later.
The downside is that you need a daily routine tracker, which means you will need to log into Google for each one.
The feature also lets you tag daily and monthly activities that you have completed, such as working, shopping, watching TV, playing video games, etc.
This feature is not yet available in the UK, but is being considered for other countries.
This is an interesting step in the right direction as India has not had an official habit tracker for quite some time.
This feature is also being rolled out across the globe, so hopefully we will see it here soon as well.