Tutorial

The first time you launch Full you're guided through gestures used in the app. As you can see here, a swipe in either direction triggers different actions.

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Adding a goal

Adding a goal requires only two pieces of information: a title and the number of times you want to complete the task in a given month.

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Congrats!

When you hit your target, you're rewarded with a pop-up like this one. Good work!

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Visualizing

You can visualize your progress when looking at the list, or by activating the view seen here. You can't add or subtract from your goals in this view, but it looks nice.

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Settings

The settings for Full are pretty sparse. This is where I'd like to see the option to set the time for daily reminders, and the ability to rearrange your list.

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