Pessimistic Presumptive Reports (PPRs)
If you have a Do Less goal, you'll find that when you don't enter data, we enter a datapoint for you! A Pessimistic Presumptive Report assumes the worst and enters a datapoint that will always be bigger than your current rate -- meaning it will eventually force your data across the line and derail you. This means you can never just walk away from a Do-Less goal, planning to enter your data later or just avoid the moment when you have to enter the awful numbers into your graph!
How do I avoid a PPR being added if I don't have data to add?
If you haven't done any of the thing you're trying to avoid (go you!) then you just need to add a 0 to avoid a PPR being added. That 0 tells it that you have checked in for the goal on that day!