Week Plan is an online project management tool that enables users to improve time management and productivity. Its key features include a weekly task manager, team workspaces and collaboration, and time tracking. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Week Plan? Get a free trial.
What Week Plan Does Well
Users who gave Week Plan a positive review said that the dashboard layout is intuitive and it enables them to visualize long-term and short-term goals integrated with specific roles. Some of them commended the ability to visually break down big goals into smaller subtasks which they can integrate into their calendars.
One user who gave Week Plan a positive review on Capterra said that the productivity monitor and weekly view are extremely helpful in planning out priority tasks. He also mentioned that the mobile app is perfect for keeping track and adding events on the go.
What Week Plan Does Not Do Well
As of the date this article was written (02/08/19), there are not a lot of negative Week Plan user reviews online. However, a few of them complained about system lagging when editing events or assigning roles. Some users wished for the availability of more user interface customizations and third-party app integrations.
Week Plan Pricing
Week Plan has two subscription options: Pro ($2/week) and Ultimate ($3/week). The main difference between the plans is access to premium features such as repeating tasks, calendar sync, SMS integration, a Pomodoro timer, access to data download, and more.
(Google Calendar and Outlook)
*Fees are billed monthly or annually. Users can upgrade or downgrade anytime.
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Week Plan Features
Check out the list below of some of Week Plan’s features:
- Weekly Task Manager
- Team Calendar
- Team Management
- Notes Management
- Team Workspaces and Collaboration
- Time Tracking
- Recurring Tasks
- Goals (Objectives Key Result – OKRs)
- Pomodoro Timer
- Day Summary View
- Easy Scheduling
- Automatic Rollover of Uncompleted Tasks
- Repeating Tasks
- iCal and CSV Export
Week Plan FAQ
What types of planner views does Week Plan provide its users?
Week Plan users have two dashboard view options. The first one is “quadrant view,” which allows them to prioritize workloads. The next one is “weekly view,” which allows them to plan their week and still work on their high impact tasks (HITs). Calendar and daily view summaries are also available.
Does Week Plan have the ability to store tasks that are not tied to due dates?
Yes. Week Plan has a parking lot and board feature that allows users to store tasks that don’t have a particular date – they could be ideas, things to do later, or projects. Boards can also be used to run Kanban projects or store tasks in lists.
Here is a list of some of Week Plan’s popular integrations:
- Google Calendar