Goal tracking doesn't have to be a hassle or dull. 42Goals helps you set goals and track them in a visually pleasing and easy to use way—whether you're tracking cups of coffee drank or dollars spent on lunch.
At 42Goals you can track just about anything. They provide templates for all sorts of things ranging from coffee cups drank to number of times you've fed your cat to quitting smoking. You can also create your own custom goal using the Advanced Mode where you can set the interface for that goal to accept numeric values, keep count, or a simple yes/no input as well as how you want the data aggregated—summation, average, maximum, etc.
Data you collect is displayed in the style of chart you specify, the above image is a screenshot of coffee consumption over time shown as a bar chart. If you'd like to play around with the service before signing up, you can try out their demo account here. 42Goals is a free service and requires a basic email registration.
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