There are various methods that can help you become more productive. If you want, you can use all sorts of apps to track your tasks and goals. You can also create a to-do list. It just depends on how consistent you are in performing your tasks. You also need to discipline yourself and become truly motivated to get rid of your bad work habits.
Speaking of which, did you know that you can set your goals and track your productivity per goal via email? Yes, you can. Like, for example, you can track how consistent you are in performing your daily workout routine.
You can basically track any type of task or goal and evaluate your performance by looking at your automated heatmap report. Most importantly, you can do it without going through some complex process or method. All you need to do is to send an email and that’s it. If you want to learn how, just read on.
How to track your goals and maintain your productivity chain via email
- Log in to your email account (ex. Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, etc.).
- Compose a new email. Edit the email subject as well as the email body with anything that’s related to your task. You can also leave it as blank.
- Once you’re done composing your email, just send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not forget to replace the blank space with the name of your task or goal. Like, for example, if your goal is to drink at least glasses of water every day, then send your email to email@example.com. This is referred to as your unique email identifier. Just keep in mind that your unique email identifier must be something that you can easily recall.
- After which, you will immediately receive an auto-generated heatmap report. As you can see on the heatmap, your goal progress will be shown in different color tones. The darker the tone color is the better. So if you consistently do your tasks, the color tone will eventually change from light to dark. Your streak count will depend on how well you can maintain your level of productivity. If you skip a task, your productivity chain will be broken and you’ll need to start all over again.
- Once you’ve submitted enough data, you can evaluate your performance and implement various ways to keep up or maintain your productivity streak. It’s that simple.