In this update, we’ve added the ability to reorder habits (tap the gear icon in the upper left corner and then the Edit Habits option). We also changed and fixed a number of interactions: we made reminders and friends more prominent, sped up launch times, fixed a bug that affected users with long emails and passwords, and fixed a bug causing crashes.
We keep a tally of the most commonly requested features and use this tally as one of the inputs for what we work on. Reordering of habits moved into the top spot after we released reminders. So if you’re wanting an improvement in Lift there is an actual payoff to emailing us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Some people want to order habits by time of day. You eat breakfast, get to work by 9am, go to the gym, tell your wife you love her when you get home, and get to bed before midnight. That’s a plan for the day and if you can make that routine, then you’ll be happier, healthier, and more productive.
Other people wanted to order their habits by priority, which highlights the broad ways that you can use Lift. You’re trying to make a daily habit of meditation, sharing three runs per week with your friends, and while you’re at it, using Lift as a log for your twice-per-year bowling excursions (I bowled games of 120 and 113 eight months ago).