As you successfully complete tasks on time in Todoist, you’ll gain Karma points and achieve new Karma levels.
You can see your current Karma points and level by selecting the Karma tab from the Productivity view on any platform.
You earn Karma when:
- You add tasks.
- You complete tasks on time.
- You use advanced features such as labels, recurring due dates, and reminders.
- You reach self-set goals regarding the number of tasks you want to complete either daily or weekly.
- You achieve ongoing "streaks" by attaining your goals for several days/weeks in a row.
You lose Karma when:
- You have tasks that are 4 or more days overdue.
To learn more about the various Karma levels and which actions are earning you points, click on About Karma Levels from the Productivity view:
To see how you’ve accumulated Karma points over the last week, look at your Karma trend.
|Karma symbol||What it means|
|You added a task.|
|You completed tasks.|
|You used advanced features.|
|Your Daily or Weekly goal has been reached.|
|You're using the beta app.|
To change your Karma settings, daily goals and more, use the Productivity settings.
You can see your daily goal and track your progress in the top-right corner of Todoist.
Can I turn Karma off?
Sure thing! Just go to Settings → Karma and toggle it off.
How can I prevent breaking my streak?
Make sure to select which days you don't want to work on your tasks; your days off.
If you're away for a longer period, simply turn on vacation mode. This way, your streaks and Karma will remain intact even when you don't achieve your daily or weekly goals. Just remember to turn it back off whenever you've returned and want to start gaining Karma points again.
You'll find both options in Settings → Karma.
Is there a way to reset my Karma without deleting my account?
We currently don’t have an option to reset your Karma but you can reach out to our Support team who are able to do this for you. Your Karma will be reset to the default score of 50 points.