Fig - Your personal wellness guide for body and soul
By Fig.com, Inc.
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Fig helps you build healthier habits. It’s the personal and simple way forward.
Nourish your body and soul with simple activities.
Share your journey with friends and loved ones. Flourish together.
*Side effects include more happiness, deeper friendships, and additional physical vitality.
- Create your own wellness guide by quickly selecting activities from common goals
- Choose across 6 holistic categories (eat, move, refresh, connect, feel, and go further)
- Browse over 300 expert-written activities or customize and create new ones
- Invite friends to form private teams
- Cheer, rally, and assist each other
- Track and measure your progress
- Stay connected with a close community that offers tips, suggestions, and support
- Celebrate and share your successes and milestones
What's New in Version 1.2.0
We’re super excited about this release, as it includes many of the top-requested features from our users!
- Add and read tips from the community for help on each activity!
- See your history of recent days, weeks, and months per activity
- Change any historical counter value, up to 6 months back
- Create custom activities directly from the search page
- Easier removing of unwanted activities from your plan
Tips - We’ve created a tips board for each activity. You can access it by going to the activity details page and tapping the “community tips” button. Here you can see tips from all Fig users doing the activity. You can add your own tip to share with others. (Your tip will be visible to all users.) Share your experience and insights with the Fig community!
Activity History - Yes, you can now see and edit the counter history for any activity. The history shows the last 6 periods of the activity - daily, weekly, or monthly. (We thought building a 6 Year history was a bit of a stretch, so Yearly activities won’t show a history.)
Create Custom Activities - Beyond the broad set of expert-written activities already in our system, you can also create your own. Now this is even easier, with the ability to create a new custom activity directly from the search results page. And be sure to invite any friends that would enjoy doing it too!
We received many helpful comments and ideas from Fig users that generated these updates!
Anytime, please send ideas and feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org) on how Fig can serve you better.
Habit Formation and Accountability Helper
I wanted a go-to app to serve as my daily health to do list, and Fig has been filling the role nicely. A balance has been struck between defaults (impressive list) that offer community support, advice, encouragement, tips, etc., and customization. I'm very particular with wording and the need to make something my own, and I haven't been disappointed.
As noted elsewhere - ability to reorder your activities would be an improvement, helping to make the interface communicate to you in a more personal way. Another improvement would be a calendar view mode - to visually remind you of your streaks (a big motivator).
I'd like the ability to delete "archived" activities - the term they give for activities you've attempted to delete - that just sit there at the bottom of your "reflect" screen, like reminders that you either entered something wrong, gave up on a goal, failed at something, or simply changed your mind and are stuck looking at a poor choice now. The fact that the app started off w/o even allowing you to delete is mind boggling - thankfully that has improved, but "archived" items are still a detractor.
List of things I like and features I would add
Things I like
•the suggested activities are very good
•I can create my own activities
•sorts daily activities first so it is a good reminder tool
•the stars make me feel good when I complete an activity
•we can look back and see what we did in the past to see if we are getting closer to meeting our goals
•It would be nice if you also had bad habits with a maximum number of times you want to do it. For example, if I want to limit eating fast food to once a month I would like to mark when I do it and have a symbol appear that suggests I've exhausted my fast food quota for the month. Maybe a warning type symbol instead of the star for good activities
•I would like to be able to customize the reminders
•I would like the list to auto sort with activities I have missed a lot on top. For example, if I do activities A and B daily, I have done neither today, but I did A yesterday but not B, I would like B to show up first
Would be nice
Love the idea, but it's not very polished. For instance, I click to add a count for an activity, up to 4/8 glasses of water, come back later it's down to 3/8... I don't keep track in my head so it's not useful if the count tracker doesn't stick. Also, the description of the activity should come before the history when selecting different activities you're doing or have done. Otherwise it's awesome and I love it.