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Hi Matt,

You can get the full OKR report for all people, teams and companies at https://weekdone.com/okr page. It's the All link on the right side of the Company, Team, Personal Objectives line at the top of the page. 

Best regards,

Jüri
Weekdone
Hi Christopher,

Appreciate the suggestion. How would this ideally work in your case in the UI? At what point would you like to choose the project? In most Asana installations projects come and go daily, so configuring these under Settings would not be comfortable. The other place could be the manual Import dialog, but then it would not work for automatic imports. Wondering what a good solution would be?

Did you by the way see our nifty new Asana team dashboard product: http://weekdone.com/asana ? Appreciate any feedback on that as well. More about that here: https://blog.weekdone.com/generate-stunning-visual-report-dashboard-asana/
By default all categories besides plans do not carry to next week. You can configure for each category section if it carries on to next week or not. For example Problems disappear each week, unless you change the setting to carry them forward. 

You can create any categories you like. It could be either just to share links or lessons learned, or input from employees on what to improve or change. 

You should also read this: https://blog.weekdone.com/creative-uses-of-weekly-reporting/
Again agree. When companies use JIRA and Asana imports, it is more to remember what I got done - many of us forget by Friday what we did on Monday :) So we will add that kind of imports for other services and Google Apps are definitely in the pipeline, as are Basecamp, Salesforce, Pipedrive, Toggl and many others. The biggest question for imports is usually what log or data objects to import. Thanks!

Jüri / Weekdone
Absolutely agree, Jesse. This is one of the reasons why we do not suggest importing things directly. Most often the wording in other tools is also such that it is understandable to the person himself, but not co-workers or leaders. That's why it's always better to reword and rewrite them. 

You are fully right that Weekdone is about the "big rocks" and lessons learned. 

Jüri / Weekdone
Instead of High and Low, we suggest just to order the items by dragging so that high ones are first and low ones follow, on a sliding scale. Our suggestion anyway as a team communication tool is not to have too many plans in your Weekdone form. Always keep in mind that your co-workers and manager have to read everything you put in there as well. That's why we suggest a limit of 5-7 plans per person max.
Hi Helena,

Thank you for the suggestion. We actually did have this possibility, for managers to reorder items by dragging their order in employee forms. That created a lot of confusion among most of our managers, so we temporarily disabled it. It will be back in one form or another, stay tuned. 
Thank you for the suggestion. We have been discussing this internally at Weekdone as well as with our customers. There are pros and cons and we are thinking how to do this well. 

The problem with this approach is complexity for users. The ideal value of Weekdone is when it is used for two things together. First daily internal communications between co-workers and teams via comments and feedback and just reading what's happening (especially via the buzz activity timeline). Second is the managerial aspect for the busy manager - and giving weekly reviews and feedback to the employees. That brings us to the problem: when separate teams weeks rotate on different days, at the same time employees keep following other teams activities, it can create a lot of chaos and misunderstandings, why data appears and rotates on different days. 

On the positive side, we do know in many companies different teams have their weekly standup meetings, goal setting and reviews on different weekdays. It is common in larger organizations, we agree, so we have to find a way to accommodate that as well in Weekdone. 

That said, this is on our roadmap, but no promise on exact go-live date. We have to test and experiment with real users a bit to see how to keep the product still simple without creating more confusion and complexity. Simplicity for users is a key goal for us, but also for customers like you, otherwise the employees will not use the system. So bear with us until we find a good solution.

Jüri, Co-founder, Weekdone

Thanks for the suggestion. It is on our integrations roadmap, will be coming. 

No promises on exact timeline though. 

We will add the possibility to delet an item but not from old plans in the future, that's on the roadmap.


Until now the workflow is that each plan like that is either kep as and on hold/overdue plan or moved to Problems and gets a description/comment there why it is not relevant anymore.