2020 Planner

Accomplish your 2020 goals, in 52 weekly sprints.

#2 Product of the DayDecember 14, 2019
The 2020 Planner helps you align your daily activities, with your biggest goals throughout the year. So you are focused on the few high impact actions that matter.
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It's been a long year making theagileyou.com. First, we shipped Daily Planner 1.0 - to try and solve the 7 most pressing issues we discovered in our initial round of Research. As we learned more about the different ways our users organized their plans, we made the Weekly Planner, Goal Planner, Peak Productivity Planner, Daily Planner 2.0 and many other product experiments that didn't make it out the door. If I was to theme this year, for us it would be a year of "Understanding". With all this "learning", I am excited to bring you, 2020 Planner. A goal-setting planner for the new year that helps you accomplish your 2020 goals, in a way you already understand - Agile. In 2020, our main focus area is iOS. Our goal for the first 6 months is to bring the validated solutions we delivered on Paper, to iOS. Then for H2 hopefully, we'll have enough learnings to be able to deliver Time Planner - the "One App" for productivity that we are iterating towards, in an Agile way. In 2021 if things go as planned, we'll take our validated solutions cross-platform. What do you have planned for 2020?
This is an interesting concept. I like the idea of it being paper based, but could see a pretty strong market for a web based version that is able to prompt you to stick to your goals. Presumably with the app in the works this would open the doors for that to be a possibility in the future?
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@rick_m1 Thanks for the nice words :) Yes for sure - the web app is on our roadmap. I would make the web app today if I could, but we are a team of 2 prioritising resources ruthlessly right now. - We'll ship the apps (iOS and Android) in 2020 - In 2021, start working on web/desktop in 2021 Of course, we may hit these targets earlier (if our team size grows for example) but I have kept these estimates conservative, because we are a team of 2 working part-time - after work when we can & on most Saturdays - on this.
In one side - "oh, another planning notes...", but on another side - how make goals in shortest way? Of coarse - plan))
It looks professional and practical nice!
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@igor_dimovski Thanks Igor :)