Getting Started

Thank you for trying Brili! This document will guide you through setting up and starting your first routine with your child.
Brili has two modes of operation: Parent Mode, and Kid Mode The first time you use Brili, it will start in Parent Mode so you can set up your user account, add one or more kids, and set up routines. Once you have a routine ready for your child to use, you can switch the app to Kid Mode, or use a different device to access Brili in Kid Mode.

My Account

After installing and launching the Brili app, or upon arrival at https://my.brili.co you'll have the option to Sign Up or Sign In. If you haven't previously created a Brili account, click Sign In.
Yes, you are free to download Brili and use your account across as many devices as you would like.
Yes, once you have registered, you can try Brili 30 days for free - not credit card information needed! You will be able to set up and run your routines and try all features that Brili offers. The free trial will end automatically and you will not be charged.
After your free trial, you can choose one of three subscription plans to continue using Brili: Monthly, 6-Months or Yearly.
Yes, upon signing up you will be prompted with the option to login via email, Google, or Facebook.
Brili allows you to have as many kids added to your account as you need.
1) Log into your account, using parent mode.
2) Go to the settings tab at the top left corner of your screen
3) When you are in settings, scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you will see a "Delete Account" button
4) When you click on the button, your email address will appear and you will be prompted to enter your password
5) Enter your password and hit the delete account button, you will see a notification confirming you have deleted your account successful and you will be logged out of Brili.
After you have completed the above procedure, if you would like all residual data associated with your account erased from Brili, a request to the Privacy Officer must be sent asking to delete all data pertaining to your account. You can reach the Privacy Officer at privacy@brili.co. If you have any questions about the privacy of your data - you can find all the information here and if you are in need of any assistance, please let us know at support@brili.co.

All About Routine Time

Brili needs to know which is most important so it can prompt and reward according to your goal (get everything done by a deadline vs just get everything done)
Brili needs you to set durations on activities within the routine that may or may not fit between arbitrarily-set start and end times. It’s easier for you (less math) and Brili (no need to throw errors if you add a task that doesn’t fit). You just pick the time that’s most important and let Brili automatically recalculate the other one as you create and adjust tasks. Brili’s math skills are hard to beat.
Brili does its best to get your child to finish all activities by that end time (e.g. "leave to catch the school bus"). If they start the routine early or complete activities faster than you estimated, they bank extra minutes and seconds for a desirable activity that can be labelled with anything the child likes to do. That “earned time” gets a countdown timer too so your child knows when it’s done. If they start the routine late or run over time with the activities, the timers for all subsequent activities in the routine are proportionally compressed (their time is shortened) so they still are given time to complete each task before the end time.
Brili treats the routine as “open ended”, so the routine can run indefinitely after it’s started. There is no reward for completing activities faster than estimated, and tasks don’t get shortened to end by a particular time. This type of routine is commonly used after school, when the return from school time is typically known, but dinner time can vary.
Your routine is scheduled to an end time and you’ve added/removed/changed activities within the routine to change its total duration. The start time is recalculating to give your child just enough time to complete all the activities.
Your routine is scheduled from a start time and you’ve added/removed/changed activities within the routine to change its total duration. The end time is recalculating to give your child just enough time to complete all the activities.
If you used pick another routine to start the routine, it will, for this instance only, calculate a new end time for the routine by using the present time and adding the sum of all activities to it. This is what we call Ad Hoc mode so you can run any routine at any time without worrying about your child feeling rushed (or conversely, with insufficient motivation to keep up the pace.)
Did you notice what time he started the routine? If he started it later on day 2 than on day 1, he'd have less time before the set routine time because the routine stretches and shrinks to fit in all the activities before the routine end time, ideally adding earned reward time, too.
When routines must end by a particular time, Brili automatically manages earned reward time. Routine start times are calculated to provide a small amount of earned reward time (about 5 minutes, if started right when the notification is received) and your child earns extra time by completing activities more quickly than the times you set on the activity timers. Every minute and second that is saved gets added to the reward time. Conversely, when activities run longer than you planned, the first thing that disappears is any earned reward time. When that's all gone, subsequent activities are proportionately shortened to ensure there is some time to do all of them before the routine end time.

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