Week Plan is about making you more effective. For that, you need to be able to figure out what matters.
Also called the Eisenhower quadrant, made popular by the book 'Seven habits of highly effective people', this tool will help you prioritize your workload.
High impact tasks (HITs)
Thinking in terms of high impact tasks helps you think at a higher level of perspective. In Week Plan, HITs are always visible.
Set your goals for the quarter and break them down into HITs.
Week Plan encourages you to segment your tasks by role or area of responsibility. A person will usually have several roles in their life: sister, mother, colleague, friend, etc… Managing your time in terms of roles help you stay balanced.
What would a weekly planner be without a week view? A week view strikes the right balance between giving enough space to plan and a time window short enough to focus on execution.
Because there is a time to do and a time to reflect.
Week Plan includes a journal that prompts you to reflect on what you have learned and what you can improve.
Regularly Week Plan can send you an email that will ask you a question about your current situation. By answering that email, it will add an entry in your journal.
Week Plan has an analytics module that focuses on actionable metrics, rather than “vanity” metrics.
We have added some time tracking features to help you estimate and measure your progress.
To help you focus, we have integrated a Pomodoro timer encouraging to cycle through two phases: 25 minutes of intense focus, and 5 minutes of rest. The time spent in pomodoros get added to the time tracked on the tasks.
At a glance, you can see how you are tracking against your estimations.
First class calendar
Week Plan also allows you to manage the events in your calendar.
Easily schedule tasks by drag and dropping them.
Automatic rollover of uncompleted tasks
Tasks that haven’t been completed yesterday can be moved automatically to today. Shouldn't all calendars have this feature?
Create habits by setting repeating tasks.
You can add as many nested subtasks as you want. What you can do to a task, you can do to a subtask.
Of course you can attach files to tasks.
Week Plan allows you to plug your schedule with other services very easily.
Google Calendar deep integration
Our Google Calendar integration allows you to pull from multiple calendars and to push from Week Plan into your chosen calendar.
Outlook deep integration
Our Outlook integration allows you to pull from multiple calendars and to push from Week Plan into your chosen calendar.
You can cc our Week Plan email address in an email to have it appear in Week Plan. You can also create a list of tasks via email.
Thanks the iCal format, you can export your Week Plan schedule in any other calendar software.
Export your tasks and journal entries in a comma separated format.
Via SMS, you can review your tasks for today or add new ones.
1000+ other integrations
Thanks to our integration with Zapier, it is easy to automate the sending and reception of tasks from and to Week Plan. For example, when a new task is created in Week Plan you could can push a notification to a chat room.
Week Plan helps teams get on the same page. Our company is run using Week Plan.
Assign people to tasks
Easily assign people to tasks by dragging their avatars onto the tasks. They will get notified by email about it and when the task is completed.
Create a different workspace for each group of people you want to interact with. They will only see the tasks in the workspaces you invited them in.
Discuss the details of a task with your team. Reply to comments by email.
You are more likely to stick with a tool if you make it your own. You can deeply customize your planner to your taste and preferences.
Add a paper planner feel by chosing a font that suits your style.
Each workspace can use a gorgeous picture as wallpaper.