I’ve been trying to handle trivial repeated tasks nicely in Everdo, but struggling to have it done elegantly. For example, let’s say we have a regular action - “Do five sets of pushups”, or “Review ten flashcards”. If we want to track progress in these, currently one needs to use checkboxes in the text body or write progress down manually.
This makes these relatively minor actions take up a lot of screen real estate. One could also implement these as multiple identical actions, but this also takes up a lot of space and adds organisational overhead. This means it’s hard to handle multiple identical small actions in an elegant way.
My suggestion is to implement some dedicated way to show this sort of repetition - a possible implementation would just be setting an integer number of repetitions and iterating a counter when the checkbox is clicked.
This would aid management of many types of actions, especially practice routines, which otherwise disrupt Everdo’s simplicity.