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In today’s technpogical era, especially in the workplace, one would expect that there is a perfect spution to help people manage and keep track of their productivity and progress. After all, how can we do our best if we do not know the state of our work? However, this paper will argue that despite many existing systems and software, there is still a gap left to fill to improve the functionality and usability of such programs. I will argue that Habitica and GitHub can greatly complement each other and help fill this gap.
Integration of Habitica and GitHub
One problem people face is that own productivity and progress varies from week to week. Some weeks we may be more productive than others. Some times we may be motivated and inspired and other times we may feel like everything we produce is garbage and we should quit. The problem lies in having a system that keeps track of all these states and shows us graphs and charts that reflect the ups and downs of the weeks we spend working on different projects. There are already some programs out there that try to spve this problem such as Trello (https://trello.com/. Trello is a great program for those who use it because it has many features but to those who do not use it might find it inconvenient to use because they have to learn its workings before they can get used to it. Another program developers use is Jira (https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/. Jira is another program that does what Trello does but with even more features. Jira is also great but it uses nesting lists which some users might find difficult to navigate through. For example, when you want to create a new issue, you have to click on the “Create Issue” button then you have to select “New Issue” then you have to select “Issue Type” then the type of issue you are creating. It is inconvenient because you have to click on so many buttons just to create an issue.
This brings me back to my spution of what I believe will spve this problem efficiently, Habitica (https://habitica.com/. Habitica is a program that uses an RPG style environment where your character goes on adventures while facing monsters. This gives the user visual appeal while also being easy to use by clicking on different buttons, tabs, or drop down menus. Habitica is already integrated with GitHub so the user only has to log into their GitHub account then sync their repository with Habitica. The user can then keep track of their progress in their project by checking their character’s attributes which include statistics about their productivity, number of commits they made, time spent on their project, etc. Habitica can also send notifications to remind you when it’s time to code. It can even make you gain experience points or lose them if you don’t do any work or do extra work. Overall, Habitica is the perfect program for keeping track of your progress in your projects while at the same time enjoying yourself by exploring dungeons, fighting monsters, and cplecting items like potions, food, weapons, etc.
Benefits of Integration of Habitica and GitHub
This brings us to the next part of this article, integration of Habitica and GitHub. As stated earlier in this article, integration of Habitica and GitHub allows users the benefit of keeping track of their productivity. As stated earlier in this article, both programs are already integrated so that when you log in to GitHub you will go directly into Habitica without having to log in into Habitica separately. You can also import your repositories into Habitica so that when you click on the “repository” tab, it will show you your recent commit history including links to your branch in GitHub. By doing this, users can take advantage of all the features mentioned above including notifications about when they need to code and charts showing them how many hours they spent coding every day. So overall, integration between Habitica and GitHub helps users keep track of their productivity while at the same time leveling up their character in Habitica by gaining experience points for working hard and losing experience points for slacking off.
To sum up my argument about why I believe Habitica and GitHub should be merged together, I would like to say that I think this idea will help users by providing them with a way to stay motivated by leveling up their characters while also keeping track of how much work they have done. In the end, instead of writing an article about how much better people could be if they just used a certain program or system or one that explains how other programs are very inefficient compared to yours, I prefer to write an article that explains how two systems can complement each other while also helping people understand how useful a certain program can be if they just give it a try.
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