NaNoWriMo has a pretty strict set of rules in terms of what you can work on in November. Your work should be a novel, your word count goal is 50,000 words, and you can't work on a previous manuscript. That works for some writing projects and goals, but if not, Camp NaNoWriMo might be for you.
Camp NaNoWriMo has no strict rules, which makes it a great alternative for writers who want some structure but more flexibility than what's allowed in November.
There are lots of great word count spreadsheets for November, but I did not find any geared towards tracking editing for April or July, so I made my own in Google Sheets. I like Google Sheets because it's accessible on mobile devices, syncs to the cloud, and you can still download it as an Excel file if you wish.
I thought about which columns were most needed, the daily editing time and the daily editing goal. When those two figures are entered, spreadsheet functions calculate total editing time and convert it to a daily word count and total word count.
To make a copy to your Drive, go to the File menu and choose "Make a copy." To download to use in Excel, go to File again and choose "Download as" then "Microsoft Excel." There are some simple directions that describe how to change the editing goal which is currently set at 60 minutes daily. I hope it is helpful.
Blank Camp NaNoWriMo Editing Word Count Chart