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As 2021 winds down, I hope you had a great writing year! Keeping on track of writing goals is hard enough during non-pandemic times, so hopefully you got some words in 2021!
A key tool I used to keep on top of my writing goals is by keeping track of daily word count. If you’ve been around these parts for a few years, you know I use a souped up Excel spreadsheet to track my word count. 2022 is no different, so I had my Excel whiz update my Word Count Tracker Spreadsheet for 2022 and it’s ready for prime time!
I’ve tested it, and it’s working like a charm. As usual, you can download this Word Count Tracker Spreadsheet for just ten dollars from this link.
I’m using Stripe and new Dropbox Shop this year so the process to order and download the spreadsheet has been nicely automated and should work seamlessly.
Watch This Video to See the 2022 Word Count Tracker Spreadsheet in Action…
You can order it from here. But just to recap what you get:
- The spreadsheet tracks word count on a daily, weekly, and monthly bases.
- An at-a-glance dashboard with beautiful graphic charts to track progress.
- Project-based, so I can add as many writing projects as needed.
- Red, green, yellow status icons to keep track of daily of word count goals.
- Easy to use. Just plug in my your monthly word count goal and enter your daily word count, and the spreadsheet formulas crunch all the data automatically.
- Lock and loaded for 2021. If purchased after September 15, 2021, you’ll also receive the 2022 version when it’s ready!
- Tracks days left to meet writing goals.
- Calculates daily word count needed to stay on track.
- Available for instant download after payment!
- Pay securely via Stripe.
- Instant download via Dropbox Shop.
Because you’re downloading the spreadsheet with all its formulas, there are NO REFUNDS ALLOWED. So watch the video above before you order!
What You Get (compatibility without Excel)
What you get…
- One Excel File
- Size: 4.19 MB
- Type: .xlsx
Note: You will Need Excel! This spreadsheet was not developed or tested with Google Sheets, so don’t order it if you use Google Sheets for your spreadsheets. IT WON’T WORK.
Apple Numbers: although not developed for Numbers either, I opened the XLSX and it works well in Numbers even though you’ll get warnings about compatibility issues. It might not look as pretty as in Excel in Numbers, though, so be warned.