Project Targets (Project>Show Project Targets) work basically the same, but with a couple of new features that make it easier to track your progress.
Viewing Progress Bars in Toolbar
If you don’t have a session target, progress toward your Draft target now shows as a thin, blue line along the top of the Quick Search bar.
If you have set both a Session and Draft target, the Draft target is displayed along the top of the Quick Search bar, and the Session target along the bottom.
Viewing Word Counts in the Toolbar
If you have any targets set, you can see the actual word count over the goal by hovering your mouse over the Quick Search bar.
Understanding Project Targets Overrun Options
In the Project Targets Options window (go to Project>Show Project Targets and click Options…), the Draft and Session target options have been separated into two tabs.
The Draft Target tab contains a new option called Show Overrun. If you turn that on, Scrivener gives you a red bar showing how much overrun you have beyond the allowance you’ve set.