I finished writing a 30 pages ebook that explains the methodology behind Week Plan. I am currently asking for feedback to polish the ebook. The goal is to send the ebook to people who signed up on the mailing list a long time ago to “warm up” the relationship with WeekPlan a bit.
We welcomed a new team member in the development team. Khurram has started helping us by writing more automated tests.
I spent some time clarifying some of the incoming work. Having three developers helping me means that things should go faster and I don’t want the requirements to be the bottleneck.
Lots of bugs have been squashed and some usability issues have been ironed out.
A new feature that has been added is the ability to @mention someone in a task notes or comment. The @mention will add that person to the task.
Ever felt the sudden urge to grab a cup of coffee in order to finish that boring assignment? Or perhaps you were too tired to attend the morning classes. After facing similar situations...
!(/assets/images/uploads/Time Management Actoivities for employees at work.png) Productivity is not something that comes with being busy. There is a common misconception that if you increase the number of hours, then it will enhance...
Reorganized Edit Task Module, Merged Notes and Comments, and More
When we talk about time management games, they are not only enjoyable and fun to play, but they also serve as an eye-opener, by playing these games you can correlate to real-life time...