Track your daily and weekly habits.
Track Your Habits with Notion Habit Tracker!
Add your habits, check them off, and track your progress with Notion Habit Tracker.
Daily Habits - Add your daily habits and check them off every day
Weekly Habits - Add your weekly habits and check them off every week
Habits Manager - Add your past, current and future habits
Shortcuts - Quickly check off completed habits in the sidebar, optimised for mobile
Daily and Weekly Calendar - See your progress across the week and month
Progress - See your progress every day and week with the automatically updating progress bar
Notion Habit Track is the template you need to get your habits in check and make this year your year.
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