Momentum's Balance mode helps you manage your work and personal time, by automatically hiding features that may distract you (Todo, Focus, Notes, etc.) during your downtime. Use Balance mode to provide yourself with a visual reminder of when it's time to rest or focus on other important areas of your life.
In this help article, you will learn...
To enable Balance mode, visit the Balance section of Momentum's Settings ⚙️, and then click the switch next to Enable Balance mode. To disable Balance mode, click that switch again.
By default, Balance mode is set to hide your Clock, Focus, Todo and Notes, between 5:01 pm - 8:59 am, Monday - Friday.
There are two main pieces to Balance mode, your Uptime Schedule and Downtime Options.
- The Uptime Schedule is the time period that your Momentum features display as normal (e.g. 9 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday).
- The Downtime Options let you choose which Momentum features are hidden at the end of your workday (i.e. during your downtime).
Changing the Uptime Schedule
To change the Uptime Schedule, visit the Balance section of Momentum's Settings ⚙️, and then click the options next to Hours of the day and Days of the week.
- Anyone can change the Uptime Schedule to Everyday instead of just Weekdays, and between the hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, or 9:30 am - 5:30 pm.
The Custom options for Hours of the day and Days of the week are exclusively available to Momentum Plus members. These extra options allow you to choose more specific hours of the day (e.g. 5:30 am - 1:15 pm) and days of the week (e.g. Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays).
Changing the Downtime Options
The Downtime Options let you choose which features are hidden during your downtime. By default, your Clock, Focus, Todo and Notes are all hidden.
To change which features are hidden during your downtime, visit the Balance section of Momentum's Settings ⚙️, scroll down to the Downtime Options, click Downtime Options to show the feature list, and then click any of the Hide switches next to each feature.
- When the switch is on the left, that feature won't be hidden during downtime.
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