A week view strikes the right balance between giving enough space to plan and a time window short enough to focus on execution.
At the end of your week, we send you a question via email that will help you reflect on how your week went. Your reply will be added to your journal.
Tasks can be marked as important and/or urgent and can easily be reprioritized by drag and dropping the tasks around.
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« WeekPlan is the perfect remedy against procrastination for me :) I love it and will recommend it to everyone with similar problems! Keep up the great work :) »
Tying goals to roles (Father, Colleague, Brother, etc…) helps you balance every areas of your life.
Every week, you will break your goals into week goals to make progress faster.
Dumping all the to-dos you have on your mind into a system you trust will free up your mind.
You get a dedicated list for tasks that are blocked by external factors, like waiting for someone to reply.
Each day is a list of tasks rather than a list of fixed-time events. If you don’t get everything done today, tasks are automatically moved to the next day.
You also get a space to store your higher level goals and mission statement.
Break down big tasks into smaller tasks or checklists.
You can set your tasks to repeat every week.
We implemented a deep two-way integration with Google Tasks.
Using Zapier.com you can do “When I add a new task in WEEK PLAN, create a new task in App Of Your Choice”.