With Habits, you can tell Reclaim things that you want to get done regularly, give a rough idea of when you want them to happen, and Reclaim finds the time to get them done.
Habits aren’t just recurring events — they’re intelligent, adaptive calendar events that move and change status as your week changes. Your time stays Free until it’s truly not, and then Reclaim automatically defends it.
With every Habit you create, you can tell Reclaim the ideal times for it to happen as well as define how aggressively you want to defend the time on your calendar.
Just like an Out-of-Office event, you can tell Reclaim to decline interruptions that interfere with your Habits. You can also give Reclaim a list of words to look for on your calendar and avoid duplicating the Habit if it’s already on your calendar.
With Reclaim’s Slack integration, your Habits are only a click away. You can view which Habits are scheduled, decide to delay ones that you don’t want to do that day, and modify Habits on-the-fly.
You can add anything you want to get done regularly — exercise, coding, reading, taking a walk, or whatever matters to you — to Reclaim as a Habit.
Give Reclaim a rough idea of when you’d like the the Habit to happen, a range for how long you’d like to spend on it, and set how aggressively you want Reclaim to defend the time on your calendar.
Reclaim starts to add your Habit to your calendar! Reclaim will look ahead at your schedule and determine how busy your week looks. If your week is pretty free, the blocks will initially be added as Free time and then change to Busy as your days fill up.
- Jade Rubick, VP of Engineering, Gremlin
"I’ve introduced Reclaim to the entire Packet team and now they spend less time tinkering with their calendars and are able to focus more, prioritize what really matters and carve out time for their own mental and personal health.”
- Zac Smith, Managing Director, Equinix and Founder of Packet