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28 Jun, 2017 06:41 PM

Is there a way to include more characters in the title of the goal, and have them wrap around the circle? I'd like to use this program to create charts with information in each box - closer to the length of a paragraph. Great program, thanks.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 28 Jun, 2017 07:49 PM

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    Hello Jon

    Thanks for your question – and for the great feedback.

    Goal names in Goalscape have a 100-character limit. This is not just to make them easier to read in the goal map; it is also because short, punchy goal names are more memorable and work better in reinforcing motivation and focus.

    You can include additional detail and background to your goals in the Notes field or as file attachments (in any format).

    Long goal names 'wrap' in the panel header and in the goal slice in the goal map (if there is enough space to display them). To make the best possible use of available screen 'real estate', goal names are written radially. If names are too long for all the text to be shown in small goal slices, they are curtailed (with ellipsis '...'); and if the goal slice is very small the text disappears. When you mouseover a goal that has its name curtailed or not shown at all, the full goal name will appear in a popup (see the attached screenshot).

    May you achieve great goals!


  2. 2 Posted by jonhaines3000 on 28 Jun, 2017 08:42 PM

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    Ok, thanks

    Jon Haines
    Doctoral Student of Philosophy
    The Center for Thomistic Studies
    University of St. Thomas (TX)
    Administrative Assistant at the John Paul II Forum <http://jp2forum.org/>
    (+1) 614-467-0524
    *jonhaines.com <http://jonhaines.com/>*

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