Crowdsourcing Tracking (Alternatives for Redundancy)

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    Crowdsourcing Tracking (Alternatives for Redundancy)

    In light of their indefinite removal from the site, I just had the idea of starting a thread where we crowdsourced methods of keeping track of our progress with DDs, workouts, challenges, and programs. So consider this a masterpost of sorts!

    Feel free to comment on this post if you have something to offer other Bees' - and I'll add credit with appropriate links to access the tools. A variety of means will probably help the most people out.

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    These are some I've already found (or made.)

    Stuff made by others:

    Avatar Upgrade - by Nyasaces
    ○ Found via this post
    ○ Google Drive link here

    Stuff I've made:

    DD Checklist
    ○ Update thread here
    ○ Dropbox link here

    <TOTALS> (Sets/Splits Data)
    ○ Dropbox link here

    30 Days of Gravity (To Failure Data Only)
    ○ Dropbox link here

    3,000 Challenge (100 Challenge in 24 hr.s )
    ○ Dropbox link here

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    Hopefully, this is in the right section (and apologies if this has been done by anyone else)!

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    Good idea S.H. Artistry . I am using spread-sheets anyway to track my progress. If I make one on google-drive, dropbox or just on an online mail accout I can get to it from everywhere.
    This years looks like that (e.g. Avatar Upgrade):

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      #3
      Thanks, Andi64 and - oooh, that's a really nice way to condense multiple agendas' stats into one document!

      I may have to crib some notes from you!

      (I generally keep all my stuff stored locally, myself. I like putting things like the DAREBEE PDFs and Excel docs in folders by year as I complete them. Partly to save on resources - can be easy to have too many sheets for it to handle optimally.)

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        #4
        Originally posted by S.H. Artistry View Post
        I like putting things like the DAREBEE PDFs and Excel docs in folders by year as I complete them. Partly to save on resources - can be easy to have too many sheets for it to handle optimally.)
        Thank You and You are welcome. I basically do the same and store the PDFs of the things I have done by year. End of the year I add the yearly .xls and start a new one.

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