Beemind Arbitrary Tasks Automatically with Complice

Monday, July 11, 2016
By Malcolm Ocean
Complice and Beeminder logos with arrows and symbols and icons oh my

This is part two of our announcement of the official Beeminder + Complice integration. It is also the second guest post by Malcolm Ocean. As you’ll see, this is... »

Beeminder and Complice Make It Official

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
By dreeves
Beeminder and Complice logos (the former as a swarm of bees flying out of Complice's mouth)

Remember back in November when we first wrote about Complice on the blog? We described how nicely Beeminder and Complice complement each other for different goals and different aspects of goals, and described the new ways Complice could automatically send data to Beeminder. Well a lot has changed... »

New Premium Feature: Rudimentary Road Editor

Friday, June 17, 2016
By dreeves
Yellow Brick Road (literally)

The road dial was one of the first Beeminder features, announced almost 5 years ago when we were still in private beta. It lets you adjust the steepness of your yellow brick road — how much you’ve committed to doing... »

New Premium Feature: Weekends Off

Friday, May 27, 2016
By bsoule
cute honey bee tells you to enjoy the weekend

Beeple of the world want to take their weekends off, and for a long time the best answer we’ve had is “well, if you just make sure to get green by Friday night, then you can safely take Saturday and Sunday off”, which is highly unsatisfying to the truly akratic. Because if I had the... »

Honeymoons, True Love, and Yet More Buzz

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
By dreeves
Factorization diagram for 1 through 36

It’s one thing to see a gushing testimonial from someone in the honeymoon phase of using Beeminder. Professor Brent Yorgey wrote such a post in 2013 (“ »

What It Means To Give Beeminder Your Credit Card

Monday, May 9, 2016
By dreeves
Stylized credit card with infinibee

One of the main things we’re working on right now is making Beeminder more comprehensible to newbees. We’ve even hired a web designer, Josh Pitzalis, to help us with a big redesign. Writing blog posts explaining (sometimes »