But you should track it anyways.
The best thing you can do as a software developer is not writing code, but removing it. Here's why.
There is a subtle way to overload software components, by making them both take decision and act on them. We can simplify these bloated components by separating the responsibility of taking decisions from the one action on them. This will result in leaner and easier to maintain software, and is made simple by the Swift type system.
A way to identify the areas of code to refactor with the highest return of investment using the "focusing question" technique.