I'm working on a productivity app, and right now I'm planning out the onboarding section.
Basically, its a software that'll help you overcome procrastination by gamifying your life. You'll tell it your schedule, and the things you want to get done, and by various gaming mechanics, it'll help you hit your targets.
On my sign up page, I'm thinking about starting the process by asking them to create a primary goal for themselves for the next year. They'll see buttons with things like:
etc. And they'll have to hit one of those buttons to get started.
Would this step turn most people off? I.e, do most people just want to improve their day to day productivity, without having some big goal they're working towards each day?
Or, do most people have a goal in the back of their mind, and it'll be relatively easy for them to pick one out?