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    Once you get everything set up, you can even forget its there for days at a time, but you can look back and see how you're doing in terms of activities and productivity. I like the goals feature in which you set goals like "Spend 6 hours on productive activities, 4.5 hours on very productive activities, and less than 45 mins on distracting activities per day". I can glance and see how I'm doing on each of those goals as the day progresses.
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