The minimalist habit tracker habitctl runs in the command line. (If you don’t know what the command line is, this is not the tool for you.) As such, it’s one of the simplest habit trackers you can use, while still being more sophisticated than a text file (which was developer Sebastian Morr’s previous habit-tracking method).
Enter your habits and how often you’re supposed to do them into the tracker. Then check in daily, or however often you like, and the tool will check in on each of your habits. The tracker will graph out how often you’ve completed each task over time, and how many tasks you completed each day.
Habitctl is open-source, so if you can code in Rust, you can tweak it or build it out further. For less technical users, this is also a fun project for practising your command line skills. Morr has also built a command line tool for tracking nutrition.
Habitctl | GitHub