Momentum has a few different clock formats to choose from, 12-hour, 24-hour, and Percent Clock. Choose whichever format works best for you!
In this help article, you will learn...
- How to change between the 12 & 24-hour clock format
- How the Percent Clock works
- How to enable/disable the Percent Clock
- How to customize the Percent Clock
Double-click the clock at the center of Momentum to quickly switch between the 12-hour and 24-hour format.
When you switch to the 12-hour format, the AM/PM unit will display for a moment and then fade away to keep the interface clean.
The Percent Clock is an optional clock format that shows the amount of time that has passed in your day as a percentage (%). By default, the Percent Clock is set to show the average workday as a percentage, Monday - Friday between 9 am - 5 pm.
- At 9 am the percent clock displays 0%.
- At 5 pm the percent clock displays 100%.
- Between 9 am - 5 pm the Percent Clock displays the % of the work day that has past.
- Before 9 am the clock displays a negative (-) percentage.
- After 5 pm the clock displays a positive (+) percentage.
To enable the Percent Clock, visit the General section of Momentum's Settings ⚙️, scroll down to the Percent Clock option, and then click the switch next to it. To disable it, click that switch again.
Pro Tip: When the Percent Clock is enabled, you can switch back and forth between your normal clock and the Percent Clock by double-clicking the clock at the center of Momentum.
Anyone can change the Percent Clock to display 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.
To customize the Percent Clock, visit the General section of Momentum's Settings ⚙️, scroll down to the Percent Clock option, click Customize, and then click on the options next to Hours of the day and Days of the week.
The Custom options for Hours of the day and Days of the week are exclusively available to Momentum Plus members. These additional 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, and Fridays).
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