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WEEEK Week #40: Create. Complete. Repeat
In the new issue of our regularly irregular bulletin of updates, we talk about the repeatable tasks that have finally settled in your iPhone, and the knowledge base that has matured before beta testing.
Gantt Chart: The Illusion of Safety
The Gantt chart is a mega-popular project management method. But is it as good and useful as many people say it is? It's time to figure it out.
WEEEK Week #39: Backgrounds, drag-and-drop tasks, new dark theme, etc.
Over the past weeks, there have been many quite interesting and useful changes, which should be described in the WEEEK Week: from the backgrounds in the web version to dragging and dropping tasks on Android.
10 tips on how to work at home when you have kids
After I almost burned out a month ago, I tried to look at the issue of organizing my work differently and better understand how to work from home when there are children.
Behave normally: how not to conflict and resolve other people's disputes
It's time to understand what conflicts at work are, where they come from, and most importantly - how to behave in order to avoid or resolve them.
Four-day week a hit of the season?
A four-day work week sounds like a sweet fantasy of people who just want to do nothing. But in fact, it is the next stage of a rather natural desire - to do more and work less.
WEEEK Week #38: Repeatable tasks, lists on Android and more
The wishes of our users continue to come true. Recently, we added a list of tasks to the web version (now this feature has also come to Android), and now we have done what everyone asked for a very long time ago - we added repeatable tasks.
False multitasking: how it is dangerous, and how to deal with it
Multitasking has been cultivated for years. This was noted in the resume as something valuable. We practiced at work, going crazy and burning out. But what is it anyway? Does it really exist and is it useful?
WEEEK Week #37: Task lists and notifications by time
In the latest update of the web version of WEEEK, we suggested two long-awaited features: now you can view tasks in the form of lists, as well as configure notifications for a specific time.
Mistakes at work - is it normal?
Since childhood, we are taught that mistakes are bad. Everywhere: in school, in life, and at work. But is it so scary to make mistakes at work? I figured it out and came to ambiguous conclusions.
WEEEK Week #36: Subscriptions, new duplicate tasks, and boards on Android
The recent WEEEK update brought two important and very long-awaited changes: we finally added the ability to subscribe to tasks (become observers there) and added a powerful feature for duplicating tasks with content.
Kanban method: whiteboards, flashcards, and optimization
A short educational course on Kanban is one of the most popular methods of improving working processes, which for some reason is called with the method.