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Would love to be able to create a pool of long term goals from which the weekly plans could be selected.

Frank Horbelt 6 years ago updated by Weekdone 6 years ago 3
Your set up instructions mention writing all of your goals/to-dos on paper and dividing them into four quadrants to prioritize, why not include that in your software?
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Thank you for the thought on the task pool. We have no plans to do that as a separate feature (not enough demand), but what you can do is:
  • Set up a special template category like "Long-term plans pool" 
  • Tell your people that items under your user in that category are up for grabs.
  • Anyone can use "Assign to" feature from the item right menu to assign tasks from there to themselves or others.
As for the 4 quadrants, I guess you mean the Eisenhower Matrix? That's just one of many time-management methodologies and you can replicate that again by setting up 4 separate template categories. Although in reality, you probably don't want people to have non-important non-urgent items. Weekdone is mostly all about the 5-7 key items per person. 
Awesome!  That's exactly what I needed.  I'm just a solopreneur using your application for task management.  While I imagine it's even more helpful in groups, it has so far been pretty awesome for me as an individual.  I'm going to add my silent partner as a user so she can get reports on what I've accomplished during the week as a way to hold myself accountable.  My only worry is that now I might never be able to slack off again.  =)

So, I hate to ask this HERE, but while I have your attention, should I add my partner as a user, as an observer, or just cc the reports to her?  She won't really have any tasks to accomplish, but I would like for her to be able to post comments on items.
The differences between a Member and an Observer are described here: https://blog.weekdone.com/faqs/administration-and-customization/what-is-the-difference-between-observer-and-member-roles/

Observer can still comment and view, but won't be reminded to fill in their form or notified to do that weekly.