Stats: Understanding journal metrics and insights
Diarly's journal metrics and insights empower you to bring focus, intention, and depth to your journaling journey. Leverage these features to set and achieve your writing goals.
Unlock the full potential of your journaling experience with Diarly's advanced metrics and insights. This guide will walk you through the key features that help you analyze your journaling habits, set achievable goals, and monitor your progress.
How to open Stats in Diarly
On iPad and Mac, select Stats in the sidebar.
On iPhone, select More from the Tab Bar.
Then, select Stats at the top.
Metrics provide a snapshot of your activity in the selected journal.
- Daily entries: Total number of journal entries added in the timeline or calendar.
- Notes: Aggregate count of notes created.
- Attachments: Amount of attachments (files, photos, images, videos) across entries and notes.
Stay motivated and track your writing consistency by maintaining an ongoing streak. In this section, you'll find:
- Your current active streak
- Your longest streak to date
Missed a day? Use the calendar to backfill entries and keep your streak alive.
Compare your journal's total word count against that of famous literary classics. Click on the book title to learn more about the respective book on Wikipedia.
Trends show an in-depth analysis of your journaling over time.
Trends are based on journal entries, but notes are excluded since they don't have an associated date. Learn more about the difference between entries and notes.
View your word count over custom time periods with the interactive graph. Click on specific days to see the entries made during that time.
Monitor your daily task completion rates. Click on numbers to view corresponding entries for each day.