With Beanstack's streaks features, readers can track and grow their daily reading habit, as well as receive motivating messages to maintain their streak.
Each consecutive day that a reader logs reading—whether they log minutes, pages, books, or days—adds a day to their reading streak. There is no minimum that must be met for a day's reading to count toward a streak; even 5 minutes a day helps keep a reading streak alive!
Streaks take into account backdated reading too, as long as the log dates are uninterrupted. That means that if a reader cracks open a book for 20 minutes on Monday but forgets to log it, they can sign in on Tuesday and log those 20 minutes on Monday's date to save their streak. But a day when a reader writes reviews or completes activities does not add to their streak, as streaks only count logged reading.
When using the mobile app, readers can see information about their streaks in their Log, under the Streaks tab. They can interact with the calendar to view their past streaks and click through the reading highlights to see statistics about their current streak, longest streak, longest title completed, most pages read in a session, and longest reading session.
As a reading streak grows, readers receive encouraging messages on their home screen to motivate them to keep reading. And if a reader loses their streak, they receive a message reminding them to log their reading to get back on track.