We’ve rolled out a couple of features that I personally find quite handy.
Yes, I find them handy for me. How selfish is that?
Not at all.
It happens to the best of us.
We forget. We stop caring. And we drift back to our old bad habits. Or just forget to practice new good ones. Either way, sometimes starting again can be powerful.
Hosted at https://app.kaizenhour.com/start-again/, we now offer a lightweight wizard-style interface to…wipe it all away, and start clean. Going through the process there, we’ll delete all your past entries from Kaizen Hour and populate your dashboard with the bare minimum — even less than what the Fundamentals course covers. And we’ll indeed hide the rest.
You’ll be left with a dashboard that you can use to empower yourself again daily.
You’ll be left with a fresh start.
Yikes! Who really wants web push notifications?
Well, it turns out, I do. They’re great when you actually need them.
Now, when you open the settings dialog in the dashboard, you’ll be presented with new options (see the lower half of the following image):
Simply click “enable notifications” and allow Kaizen Hour to push notifications. Then, set your reminder interval — you can choose to get notified every 1,3,7 or 14 days to come back and review your dashboard. Note that the notifications only trigger if you don’t visit the dashboard otherwise!
So, these are actually handy, but only if you’re committed to following your own designed path, to begin with.
You probably noticed something else in the image as well, above the notifications?
I know you did!
By now you’re hopefully aware of our chat at http://kaizenhour.com/chat.
We now have a dedicated channel there for community-submitted URLs. Simply dragging that button (yes, you literally drag and drop that to your browser’s bookmark bar) you will get a bookmarklet that you can use to send ANY website (article, video, doesn’t matter, the thing just sends its URL and title) to our Discord server.
This is an excellent way to share interesting content with the rest of the community.
Further, this is something I’m actively investigating more: how to reward people who share the best or most useful content.