@dae I’d love to reply to your post in the thread mentioned by andrewsanchez, but new users are limited to three posts in the same thread.
I have to say, all these limitations (links, images, posts) make it very hard for me to give proper feedback.
Anyway, here is my response to your post in the other thread:
Thanks, just downloaded the update and I am very happy with the changes!
Ideally I’d see the entire Future Due graph. The way I look at it is like this: the Future Due graph is likely to change a fair bit, especially the next 7ish days. The Card Counts graph only changes quite slowly. The calendar doesn’t appreciably change at all for me, cause I do Anki every day, so all I see is a wall of blue. The order in which the information has interest to me is thus: Future Due, Card Counts, Calendar. Furthermore, there are some statistics I am not interested in at all, such as Card Ease (I use the Low Key Anki method) and Added (I download my decks in one go). I’d love to be able to hide them.
Now, I understand that different people have different needs, hence my final suggestion of allowing us to reorder them in the app settings.
I’m not gonna lie, accidentally losing a streak has gutted me in the past and that was bad for my motivation, but on the other hand, when I reached a 365 day streak I felt immensely proud and motivated. It can work in both directions. If you end up going with a more customisable stats page, this could be another setting you could offer.
Then, something else I am a bit confused about. There are two radio buttons at the top, ‘last 12 months’ and ‘all history’. I noticed when I tapped the ‘all history’ button some of the graphs changed (Reviews, Hourly Breakdown, Answer Buttons) to an ‘all time’ view, but most of the graphs didn’t change at all. Perhaps it is because ‘all history’ only implies previous data, not future data and so the Future Due and Review Intervals graphs don’t change, but the Added graph (which is surely a backward looking graph) didn’t change either. Whatever logic is used to determine which graphs obey the radio buttons in the header isn’t clear to me.
Personally, I would like it most if the header radio buttons offered me ‘1 month’, ‘3 months’, ‘1 year’ and ‘life’ and if they changed all graphs in one go (saves a lot of tapping!). Because the final radio button in the header is called ‘life’ and not ‘all history’, it can be used for non-backwards-looking graphs as well. You could even remove the radio buttons from the other graphs once you’ve added a comprehensive set to the header. I really enjoyed the way that used to work. I love the native look and feel of these buttons, as well as the fact that the tap target are bigger than the current radio buttons.
One final note about that header: it needs a bit more spacing at the bottom. Currently, when I scroll the header will sometimes appear halfway across a graph and it’ll look rather jarring.
EDIT: I also miss the distinction between young and mature cards in the Future Due graph.