WhenDidI is an event tracker. It allow tracking of your own custom events by various user definable measurements, such as quantity, price or just a simple counter.
Adding you own categories
WhenDidI is pre-installed with a number of example categories. You can add your own category from the main screen, by selecting the tab more, and clicking on the icon ‘edit categories’.
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Version 3.8.0 of WhenDidI has just been released on play store. The update includes the following features
Elapsed time update in the categories list
Previously the categories list would show the elapsed time for the last event in hours, minutes and days.
If the elapsed time is over a month or year, the time is displayed as month-days or year-months.
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Quick links, i.e. favorites, in WhenDidI lets to bookmark various screens, and also automatically fill in the inputs. For example, you can add a quick link to add an event for a particular category, with the quantity amount prefilled.
Screens that can be quick linked have the following icon displayed in the top bar.
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Version 3.7 of WhenDidI has just been released on play store. The update includes the following features
Previously charts were displayed with the latest (descending order) event first. Now it is possible to also display charts with the oldest (ascending) event first.
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Alerts in WhenDidI remind you when a repetitive event is due. You can set an alert for any event category, and there are a variety of ways to trigger an alert, e.g. daily, weekly or monthly.
The alerts tab will let you manage the alerts. You can add, edit and delete alerts on this tab screen. Note to edit or delete an alert, long press on the alert row item.
Create an alert
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Release 3.6.0 is now live on the Play store.
Features of this release include
Add Event on Alert Notification
Whenever a notification appears to remind you to do an event, clicking on the notification will now go to the event entry screen, so that you can quickly add the event.
Events List Display
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As the saying goes, a picture tells a 1000 words, and so WhenDidI has the ability to view your data in charts in addition to text in tables. Access charts for a particular category by clicking the chart icon.
There are three types of charts that can be displayed,
- Bar charts
- Pie Charts
- Multi-Data charts
Bar charts show your data in various different chart views by selecting the options on the bottom bar.
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To email all the events for a particular is easy in WhenDidI. Bring up the events list for the category you want to email.
Click on the share icon, which will bring up the standard app selection screen. Pick the email application you want to use to send the WhenDidI data with.
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To safeguard data loss through accidental deletion, or lost phone, WhenDidI offers a number of backup options.
All backup options can be access from the menu on the main screen, or from the navigation bar.
This backup stores the data on the device itself. It is stored in a folder called whendidi, and is called whendidbk.json.
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WhenDidI has a number of measurements pre-installed. However, you are not limited to the supplied measurements, you can add you own quiet easily.
Measurements are labels in WhenDidI, for scalar values. So they do not need to be restricted to real world measurement types. They also used to provide measurement information when the event details are displayed, such as the events list, or the chart axis information.
To add a new measurement, go to the main screen and click on the more tab, which is the last tab in WhenDidI. Select the measurement icon, which will bring up the current list of measurements defined.
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