Introduction to Weekdone OKR Software


For a business to succeed, there are specific goals that you need to meet. These goals may include developing the product, market research, reaching quarterly quota sales, etc. Every company milestone can be divided into smaller sizeable tasks, the labor of which is divided among teams.

Your company needs a plan before reaching innovative company status. Weekdone is a goal setting and tracking software that lets you see where you are on your company roadmap by tracking the progress of your Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). It manages your ambitious goals and provides weekly reporting for you and your company. This software is a viable option for startups, remote teams, and all SMBs where there’s a need for better results and team alignment.

Here’s our introduction to Weekdone.

Weekdone Features

There are a lot of functions that go into goal setting. Weekdone’s features help you optimally plan your company’s OKRs – your quarterly Objectives and Key Results. Here’s a detailed list of Weekdone’s features.


Weekdone offers intuitive, easy-to-grasp dashboards that display different data sets and OKR progress for your company, department, team, and personal levels.

With these dashboards, Weekdone users can get a quick overview of their OKR progress: which company or team Objectives are on track, which are falling behind, etc. What’s more, the Newsfeed dashboard lets you easily see what the members are working on, who deserves a pat on the back, and who has encountered problems.

Weekdone dashboard

The importance of these dashboards is that you can quickly decipher how your company and teams are doing, instead of constantly wasting time on meetings to snuff out where the bottleneck lies.

OKR Management

Weekdone helps you set quarterly objectives for company, department, team, and personal levels. You then add Key Results to achieve those Objectives, and keep the progress consistent by using Weekly Check-ins feature. With Weekdone, the whole company will be able to achieve set quarterly goals by knowing what everyone is working on each week. This helps you identify possible problems early and overall become more efficient and results-driven.

Weekdone team objective

Whenever you add a quarterly Objective into Weekdone, the goal-setting tool will require you to add in Key Results under that Objective. The Objective is qualitative and tells you what you want to improve. The Key Results are quantitative and define how you’ll know if you have achieved the Objective.

For example, you’ve added a Growth Team Objective:  “Become the most searched productivity tool.” Weekdone will then direct you to add Key Results to indicate how you’ll have achieved that Objective. In the example above, the Key Results are: “Improve the ranking of Medtech app from no 8 to 2”, “Increase monthly website visitors by 20%” and “Get 15% more organic signups”.

You can indicate the confidence level of your Objective – whether it’s a roofshot or a moonshot one, and how sure you are of achieving it.

This feature – creating Objectives and Key Results – applies to personal, team, department, and company levels. This feature allows you to track and manage various goals within visual dashboards and reports. The details on the dashboards show data such as the Objective progress, all OKRs, Initiatives listed under OKRs, comments, statuses, timeline, KPIs and much more.

Weekly Personal To-Do List

The feature called Weekly Check-ins allows employees to fill in a weekly planning form that includes three main categories: Plans, Progress, and Problems (or PPPs). Share your weekly plans, accomplishments or roadblocks, stay up-to-date with your colleagues’ plans, and provide feedback.

By using Weekly Check-ins alongside OKRs, you can instantly understand which plans are completed each week and see how they relate to your teams’ quarterly OKRs.

Weekdone automates the reporting process and gives you a beautiful report at the end of each week, where you get a perfect overview of the current status of your and your team’s work.

Unless they’ve made their tasks private, you can see your co-workers and other users’ weekly to-do lists.

Having a weekly tasks list optimizes the user experience for your employees and breaks super ambitious, seemingly overwhelming company goals into manageable chunks.

Collaboration Functions

Besides being a tool that helps you plan OKRs, Weekdone also has some collaborative functions to help the company, departments, and teams.

The Newsfeed dashboard displays various updates from teams, departments, and individual employees to facilitate easier communication.

You can mention other Weekdone users within your organization under all sections to draw their attention to OKRs, Initiatives, individual plans etc. – much like how you’d tag someone on Slack to get their attention. The tagged users are notified and will easily be able to navigate to the part they were mentioned at. This helps to keep everyone on the same page while lessening back-and-forth communication. 

Users can provide feedback, help, information and whatever else is needed. You can add attachments directly in the comments for easier sharing.

Software and Applications Integration

Weekdone can be integrated with critical business tools such as Google Sheets, Asana, Jira, Slack, etc. It can import tasks directly from Asana, send notifications through Slack, import issues from Jira into your weekly tasks, and do a wide range of other functions using data from different applications.

Weekdone’s smooth integration with other applications helps you streamline your workflow by making the most out of tools you already use.

User Experience Customization

If you’re an administrator, you can turn on and off certain Weekdone features according to your company’s needs. This is helpful so that you aren’t cluttered with unused functions that you do not need.

You’re able to customize the look and feel of Weekdone interface, as well as many features – for example the Weekly Check-ins. You’re able to customize the template that your employees fill out each week.

Weekdone pricing

Weekdone’s pricing depends on the number of people in your company. 

The more users you wish to add, the more you pay – starting from absolutely free for 1-3 users and going up to $22,500 annually for 500 users. Over 500 user packages receive a custom quote.

Here is a table of a few Weekdone’s annual and monthly billing options. You will notice you get charged less per person as you add more users.

UsersAnnual Billing OptionMonthly Billing Option

As shown on the chart, Weekdone has two billing options – monthly and annually. While there is more value for annual payments, you may want to opt for monthly payments if you’re not fully committed to the software yet.

Weekdone also offers a 14-day free trial for four or more users. You can explore the software’s different features without the risk of racking up hefty charges. All features are included in the trial.

Weekdone pros and cons

In the competitive industry of business tools and applications, there are pros and cons to choosing one over another. Businesses must gauge their options carefully before dedicating an annual subscription to any business tool.


Let’s look first at the pros of Weekdone as an OKR tool.

  • One of the main highlights of Weekdone is its dashboards and reporting. It provides a cohesive view of how weekly tasks contribute to the bigger picture. It also details where you’re lacking and falling behind. You’re able to see if your current strategy works, and make changes where needed to get better results.
  • With the weekly reporting of Weekdone, plus its unique dashboards, Weekdone fosters a results-driven culture within your company. The platform makes meetings, weekly check-ins, weekly 1:1s, and emails feel like they contribute to a bigger, more important goal.
  • Weekdone is also hands-on with its customer success program. They offer OKR coaching to their clients – OKRs being one of the key elements to successful business planning.

Weekdone is a viable option when you’re planning to get clear on your goals strategy, build a results-driven company, and want to align your teams so everyone pulls in the same direction.


There is a downside to this easy-to-use goal-setting tool that provides OKR coaching, though.

  • A successful company takes more than just fancy business tools. You should see to it that you’re hiring the right people first. Unmotivated individuals won’t care much for weekly progress, especially if they’ve been accustomed to measuring goals every month. Some stringent team training should keep your OKRs in focus before you fully see Weekdone’s potential.
  • Another factor to weigh in is that Weekdone costs relatively more than the competition. Other OKR trackers such as’s “Growth” plan costs $7 per user annually. ClickUp’s “Business” plan costs $12 per user annually.

Though Weekdone provides a fixed cost for certain ranges, their most expensive option—which is supposed to save more per user—averages $47 per user annually. 

Additionally, Weekdone is free for up to three users. The starting price for four users is $108 a month. In contrast, and ClickUp allow up to 5 users for their free version. So unless you’re a three-people company, you’re better off with or ClickUp’s free version.

We suggest you look at other options if you don’t need fleshed-out comprehensive dashboards for your team or a dedicated OKR learning center.


Every business needs business tools, especially if you’re managing remote or fast-growing teams. Weekdone is a unique and promising goal-setting tool that serves as a catalyst for a results-driven company culture. The ability to see quarterly Objective and Key Result progress at a glance and pinpoint challenges is a feature that will propel your business to new heights. Combine that with Weekly Check-ins, and you’re well on your way to success.

However, there is no option to choose only the features your team needs and pay less for lesser features. If you wish to select only certain features and combine a unique feature package, you’ll need to find alternative tools.

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