Product update September 2017

Just wanted to send an update to let everyone know we are hard at work 🙂

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Product update July 2017

Business update

– During the month of July, we run a pricing experiment where we brought down the price from $120 per year to $31.20 per year. The goal of the experiment was to figure out whether complaints about pricing were a general feeling or isolated. It turns out that the conversion rate has doubled, but the churn rate has only slightly improved, which means that $31.20 per year is not our optimal price. We will continue to increase the price until we find the optimal price point.

– Also we have moved more features from free to premium plans in an effort to increase our conversion rate (vision tracker, journal, focus timer and goals have been moved to premium).

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Video: WEEK PLAN for busy parents

I have recorded a video to show busy parents how they can use WEEK PLAN to deal with the challenges of the household. It is also the opportunity to discover the new version of WEEK PLAN.

If you have any question as a busy parent, please post a comment and we will help1

Sneak peek: Quarter goals and big rocks planning

In the last 6 months, the team has been hard at work to rewrite the whole user interface from scratch. We took the opportunity to introduce some new highly requested features like the ability to plan on the longer term.

We are only weeks away from releasing our biggest and best version yet, and we wanted to show you some of what is coming up.

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The curling sweep principle 2

The curling sweep principle

I’d like to share a concept that I have been following for years but haven’t seen explained elsewhere.

Here is the gist of it for people who are in a hurry:

To do more of something, remove friction.
To do less of something, add friction

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Designing a better way to manage appointments

When I started working on WeekPlan, the focus was more on tasks rather than events (tasks with a start time). As WeekPlan grew, it started to attract more people with event heavy schedules. I want to allow these users to manage their schedule while keeping it as simple as possible to the people who rely on tasks more than events. (more…)

What’s next for WeekPlan?

Hi fellow planners,

I am Aymeric the founder of WeekPlan. It’s been a while I haven’t given some update of the current work in progress, and the roadmap. (more…)

Monthly planner: a new feature in WEEK PLAN

Many of you have been missing the ability to see more than a week ahead.

Although the product is called WEEK PLAN :), we agree that it makes sense sometimes to want to easily look ahead. (more…)

How to increase concentration at work

Distractions at work can severely damage your productivity and work-life balance. Many people get more easily distracted in comparison to others. Staying focused at work can be a challenge for them, even when they are completely committed to it. Slacking off at work is detrimental in more ways than one. Everything seems to fall apart.

Here are some ways on how to increase concentration at work (more…)

Windows app released

You can now install WeekPlan on your computer and add it to your taskbar.
Simply go to the Apps page and click Download.

Windows app for WeekPlan

Note that this is a simple wrapper around the existing WeekPlan app. This app doesn’t work offline.