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androidFaqAnswer8 The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain. The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To-Dos, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
webFaqAnswer8 The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain. The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To-Dos, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
iosFaqAnswer5 The best way is to invite them to a Party with you! Parties can go on Quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other.

If you want to start your own Party, go to Menu > [Party](https://habitica.com/party) and tap "Create New Party". Then scroll down and tap "Invite a Member" to invite your friends by entering their @username. If you want to join someone else’s Party, just give them your @username and they can invite you!

You and your friends can also join Guilds, which are public chat rooms that bring people together based on shared interests! There are a lot of helpful and fun communities, be sure to check them out.

If you’re feeling more competitive, you and your friends can create or join Challenges to take on a set of tasks. There are all sorts of public Challenges available that span a wide array of interests and goals. Some public Challenges will even award Gem prizes if you’re selected as the winner.
The best way is to invite them to a Party with you! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. Go to Menu > Party and click "Create New Party" if you don't already have a Party. Then tap on the Members list, and tap Invite in the upper right-hand corner to invite your friends by entering their User ID (a string of numbers and letters that they can find under Settings > Account Details on the app, and Settings > API on the website). On the website, you can also invite friends via email, which we will add to the app in a future update.

On the website, you and your friends can also join Guilds, which are public chat rooms. Guilds will be added to the app in a future update!
androidFaqAnswer5 The best way is to invite them to a Party with you! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. Go to the [website](https://habitica.com/) to create one if you don't already have a Party. You can also join guilds together (Social > Guilds). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many guilds as you'd like, but only one party.

For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Guilds).
The best way is to invite them to a Party with you! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. Go to the [website](https://habitica.com/) to create one if you don't already have a Party. You can also join guilds together (Social > Guilds). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many guilds as you'd like, but only one party.

For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Guilds).
webFaqAnswer5 The best way is to invite them to a Party with you by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. You can also join Guilds together (click on "Guilds" in the navigation bar). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many Guilds as you'd like, but only one Party. For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Guilds). The best way is to invite them to a Party with you by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. You can also join Guilds together (click on "Guilds" in the navigation bar). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many Guilds as you'd like, but only one Party. For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Guilds).
faqQuestion0 I'm confused. Where do I get an overview? I'm confused. Where do I get an overview?
iosFaqAnswer11 If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Support > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Support > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
You can report a bug, request a feature, or send feedback under Menu > About > Report a Bug and Menu > About > Send Feedback! We'll do everything we can to assist you.
androidFaqAnswer11 If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Help & FAQ > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Help & FAQ > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
You can report a bug, request a feature, or send feedback under About > Report a Bug and About > Send us Feedback! We'll do everything we can to assist you.
iosFaqStillNeedHelp If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the Tavern chat under Menu > Tavern! We're happy to help. If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the Tavern chat under Menu > Tavern! We're happy to help.
androidFaqStillNeedHelp If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the Tavern chat under Menu > Tavern! We're happy to help. If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the Tavern chat under Menu > Tavern! We're happy to help.
webFaqStillNeedHelp If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the [Habitica Help guild](https://habitica.com/groups/guild/5481ccf3-5d2d-48a9-a871-70a7380cee5a)! We're happy to help. If you have a question that isn't on this list or on the [Wiki FAQ](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ), come ask in the [Habitica Help guild](https://habitica.com/groups/guild/5481ccf3-5d2d-48a9-a871-70a7380cee5a)! We're happy to help.
faqQuestion1 How do I set up my tasks? How do I set up my tasks?
faqQuestion11 How do I report a bug or request a feature? How do I report a bug or request a feature?
faqQuestion5 How do I play Habitica with my friends? How do I play Habitica with my friends?
faqQuestion6 How do I get a Pet or Mount? How do I get a Pet or Mount?
faqQuestion9 How do I fight monsters and go on Quests? How do I fight monsters and go on Quests?
faqQuestion7 How do I become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer? How do I become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer?
faqQuestion12 How do I battle a World Boss? How do I battle a World Boss?
webFaqAnswer13 ## How do Group Plans work?

A [Group Plan](/group-plans) gives your Party or Guild access to a shared task board that’s similar to your personal task board! It’s a shared Habitica experience where tasks can be created and checked off by anyone in the group.

There are also features available like member roles, status view, and task assigning that give you a more controlled experience. [Visit our wiki](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Group_Plans) to learn more about our Group Plans’ features!

## Who benefits from a Group Plan?

Group Plans work best when you have a small team of people who want to collaborate together. We recommend 2-5 members.

Group Plans are great for families, whether it’s a parent and child or you and a partner. Shared goals, chores, or responsibilities are easy to keep track of on one board.

Group Plans can also be useful for teams of colleagues that have shared goals, or managers that want to introduce their employees to gamification.

## Quick tips for using Groups

Here are some quick tips to get you started with your new Group. We’ll provide more details in the following sections:

* Make a member a manager to give them the ability to create and edit tasks
* Leave tasks unassigned if anyone can complete it and it only needs done once
* Assign a task to one person to make sure no one else can complete their task
* Assign a task to multiple people if they all need to complete it
* Toggle the ability to display shared tasks on your personal board to not miss anything
* You get rewarded for the tasks you complete, even multi-assigned
* Task completion rewards aren’t shared or split between Team members
* Use task color on the team board to judge the average completion rate of tasks
* Regularly review the tasks on your Team Board to make sure they are still relevant
* Missing a Daily won’t damage you or your team, but the task will degrade in color

## How can others in the group create tasks?

Only the group leader and managers can create tasks. If you’d like a group member to be able to create tasks, then you should promote them to be a manager by going to the Group Information tab, viewing the member list, and clicking the dot icon by their name.

## How does assigning a task work?

Group Plans give you the unique ability to assign tasks to other group members. Assigning a task is great for delegating. If you assign a task to someone, then other members are prevented from completing it.

You can also assign a task to multiple people if it needs to be completed by more than one member. For example, if everyone has to brush their teeth, create a task and assign it to each group member. They will all be able to check it off and get their individual rewards for doing so. The main task will show as complete once everyone checks it off.

## How do unassigned tasks work?

Unassigned tasks can be completed by anyone in the group, so leave a task unassigned to allow any member to complete it. For example, taking out the trash. Whoever takes out the trash can check off the unassigned task and it will show as completed for everyone.

## How does the synchronized day reset work?

Shared tasks will reset at the same time for everyone to keep the shared task board in sync. This time is visible on the shared task board and is determined by the group leader’s day start time. Because shared tasks reset automatically, you will not get a chance to complete yesterday’s uncompleted shared Dailies when you check in the next morning.

Shared Dailies will not do damage if they are missed, however they will degrade in color to help visualize progress. We don’t want the shared experience to be a negative one!

## How do I use my Group on the mobile apps?

While the mobile apps don’t fully support all Group Plans functionality yet, you can still complete shared tasks from the iOS and Android app. On the browser version of Habitica, go to your group’s shared task board and turn on the copy tasks toggle. Now all open and assigned shared tasks will display on your personal task board across all platforms.

## What’s the difference between a Group’s shared tasks and Challenges?

Group Plan shared task boards are more dynamic than Challenges, in that they can constantly be updated and interacted with. Challenges are great if you have one set of tasks to send out to many people.

Group Plans are also a paid feature, while Challenges are available free to everyone.

You cannot assign specific tasks in Challenges, and Challenges do not have a shared day reset. In general, Challenges offer less control and direct interaction.
webFaqAnswer1 * Good Habits (the ones with a :heavy_plus_sign:) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a :heavy_minus_sign:) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a :heavy_plus_sign: and a :heavy_minus_sign: have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award Experience and Gold. Bad Habits subtract Health.
* Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by clicking the pencil item to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!
* To Do's are your To Do list. Completing a To Do earns you Gold and Experience. You never lose Health from To Do's. You can add a due date to a To Do by clicking the pencil icon to edit.
* Good Habits (the ones with a :heavy_plus_sign:) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a :heavy_minus_sign:) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a :heavy_plus_sign: and a :heavy_minus_sign: have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award Experience and Gold. Bad Habits subtract Health.
* Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by clicking the pencil item to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!
* To-Dos are your To-Do list. Completing a To-Do earns you Gold and Experience. You never lose Health from To-Dos. You can add a due date to a To-Do by clicking the pencil icon to edit.