I would like to set my own word count goals for a scene, chapter, or novel. I would also like to set word count goals for a given time-frame such as a daily goal, or goal for the week or month.
I would also like to set a blanket daily goal, so instead of a final word count, just simply 500 words a day or 100 or whatever.
Word count goals for chapter and scene are done. Adding a simple daily goal is not. This will track that feature now.
Daily count would be amazing.
I like Zac's suggestion. Entering a daily word count ourselves and seeing what completion date that would generate would be great.
Is there an update to this? I'd rather have a fixed daily wordcount instead of having to set a project goal.
I like being able to set a monthly goal and have the daily goal adjust as I reach, miss, exceed or take a day off. I like the way Dabble allows me to look at each day within my goal period to see what the days look like. This helps me to trend when I am missing goals and adjust days off, etc. based on the other things going on in my life and work.
Wishing I could set word count goals across all projects not just within one project. Like a profile goal. Some people work on multiple things simultaneously and only care to work for a set number of words or minutes. Also wishing I had the option to count words in other parts of the manuscript towards my daily count not only the actual story ie. plot and notes sections.
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