Week Plan Integrations

  • Create tasks on Week Plan for new Google Calendar events

    If those events tend to sneak up on you, why not use some Zapier automation to provide you with actionable markers for each? If you set up this Zap, every new Google Calendar you create will also create a task on Week Plan with the relevant information, ensuring you have everything you need to plan for, prepare, and execute on every single important event that comes your way.

    How It Works

    1. A new event is created on Google Calendar
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Google Calendar account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new incomplete Todoist tasks to Week Plan

    Want to track your ongoing Todoist activity in Week Plan as well? Try this Todoist Week Plan integration. Just set it up and you'll immediately see new tasks being created in Week Plan every time you add a new incomplete task on Todoist, making sure you and the teams on either service are always up to date and armed with accurate information on what needs to be done, and when.

    How It Works

    1. A new incomplete task is added on Todoist
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Todoist account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new Trello cards to Week Plan as tasks

    Don't steal time away from your actual work by constantly managing separate task lists—give yourself centralized control by using this Trello Week Plan integration. Once you set it up, any new card you add on Trello will also create a new task on Week Plan with your required information. From then on, you can populate both lists at once from a single place, confident that your data is being replicated accurately and automatically.

    How It Works

    1. A new card is created on Trello
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Trello account
    • Week Plan account
  • Create detailed Google Calendar events for new tasks on Week Plan

    Love Week Plan for tasking, but need your schedule on Google Calendar? Don't worry about a thing, this Week Plan Google Calendar integration can take care that for you. Just turn it on and watch it go as new detailed events get created on Google Calendar every time a new task is added to Week Plan. They'll bring in all the information you need from your task, giving you a hands off and an easy to use solution to meeting all your goals on time.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a detailed event on Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Google Calendar account
  • Send new Wunderlist tasks to Week Plan

    Why go through the pain of making sure your tasks lists match, when you can use a simple Zap or two to get it done for you! This Wunderlist-Week Plan integration in particular will guarantee that every new task you add to Wunderlist automatically produces a corresponding task on Week Plan, letting you populate both lists at the same time so you can focus on your work instead of tracking.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Wunderlist
    2. Zapier automatically creates a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Wunderlist account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new Week Plan tasks to Todoist

    Keep your productivity at peak efficiency by cutting out all those tedious manual processes—like copying tasks across multiple lists. Once it's set up, this Week Plan Todoist integration will take care of that for you by creating a Todoist task automatically for every new Week Plan task it detects. Keep it active, and you can rely on this consistent behavior to maintain your lists no matter how busy it gets.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a task on Todoist

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Todoist account
  • Create Week Plan tasks for new Asana tasks with a tag

    If you're finding it takes too much time to manually sift through your Asana tasks for the ones that also need to go on Week Plan, this Zap is for you. Once you've got it up and running, every time you tag a task on Asana with a specific term a corresponding task will be created on Week Plan. With this integration behind the scenes, a simple tag is all it'll take keep you organized and ensure your information travels through the pipeline exactly how you need it.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is tagged in Asana
    2. Zapier automatically creates a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Asana account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new tasks in an Asana project to Week Plan

    Want to have one of your Asana projects on Week Plan as well? Replicating your activity is easy and effortless if you use this Zap. Just go through it's guided configuration and immediately afterwards any new Asana tasks you create in a specific project will also be sent to Week Plan to create matching tasks. After that, you can be sure you've always got the latest information, not matter what platform you're on.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added to a project in Asana
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Asana account
    • Week Plan account
  • Add new Google Calendar quick events for new Week Plan tasks

    Need a smart an easy way to turn your notes into actionable events? This Zap can do that for you. Once it's active, any new Week Plan task you create will trigger this integration, sending the data you define (like the task's notes field) to Google Calendar where it will be parsed and a quick event will be added to your calendar as a result. From then on, keeping up with deadlines will be as easy as mentioning when you need to do something as you discuss the work at hand!

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically adds a quick event to Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Google Calendar account
  • Create Office 365 events for new tasks on Week Plan

    If you need to make sure your Office 365 calendars accurately reflect what's going on in Week Plan, there's no need to keep up with it manually. Just put this Week Plan Office 365 integration to work. After that, you can sit back and watch as a new Office 365 event gets created automatically for each new Week Plan task that pops up, making sure that all your schedules are accurate so you can stay focused and meet your deadlines.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates an event on Office 365

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Office 365 account
  • Create new Google Tasks from new Week Plan tasks

    The perfect planner combination: Week Plan and Google Tasks together on the same page. This automation creates a new Google task for every task you create in Week Plan. It's an easy way to know what you need to do next in Week Plan, right from Gmail.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is created in Week Plan.
    2. Zapier adds that task in Google as a new task.

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Google account
  • Create Week Plan journal entries for new Google Calendar events

    Keeping a journal can be incredibly useful, but it's all too easy to forget about it on busy days—and lose important information as a result. Activate this Zap and you can ensure that never happens again. After that, every new Google Calendar event you add will automatically trigger the creation of a new journal entry on Week Plan with all its information, keeping a perfect and automatic record of all your schedule for whenever you need it.

    How It Works

    1. A new event is created on Google Calendar
    2. Zapier automatically creates a journal entry on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Google Calendar account
    • Week Plan account
  • Create Week Plan tasks for new Nozbe actions

    Stay productive by avoiding time wasted with double effort—like managing two task lists separately. Add this Week Plan Nozbe integration to your pipeline and you'll see the difference. Once it's been fully set up, every new Nozbe action you create will also result in a new task being added to Week Plan, giving you centralized control of your data through Zapier automation so you can stay organized and efficient!

    How It Works

    1. An action is created on Nozbe
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Nozbe account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new Google Tasks to Week Plan

    If you're entering tasks twice just because you need to maintain separate lists, you're losing out on valuable time! Use a Zap for that instead. If you set this one up, every new task you create on Google Tasks will also create a match on Week Plan with as much or as little information as you need, killing two birds with one stone and freeing you up for more important work.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is created on Google Tasks
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Google Tasks account
    • Week Plan account
  • Send new complete Week Plan tasks to I Done This as dones

    I Done This is great for tracking your accomplishments and providing transparency, but what if you don't have time to write a summary or your activities on Week Plan all the time? Let this Zap do them for you! After you activate it, any new completed tasks you add to Week Plan will automatically be added to I Done This as dones as well, making sure that all your achievements are accounted for, even as you're busy working on your next successes!

    How It Works

    1. A new completed task is added to Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically adds a done on I Done This

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • I Done This account
  • Create tasks on Week Plan for new notes on Evernote

    If you're too busy with your research to plan your or your team's follow-up tasks, we've got the perfect solution for you. Once you set it up, this Zap will watch your Evernote, triggering whenever a new note is created. This information will then be sent to Week Plan where a new task will be created for you, automatically keeping up with everything you do while providing all the details to get things done successfully.

    How It Works

    1. A new note is added on Evernote
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Evernote account
    • Week Plan account
  • Create Toodledo tasks for new tasks on Week Plan

    Planning out your tasks is supposed to make you more productive, but it works against you if you're spending time with duplicate work. Cut that out of the equation by using this Week Plan Toodledo integration. After it's been set up, a new Toodledo task will be created for each new task on Week Plan, giving you an easy way to get twice the work done with the same amount of effort while ensuring that everyone knows what needs to be done, no matter the service.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically adds a Toodledo task

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Toodledo account
  • Create notes on Evernote for new Week Plan journal entries

    Need to keep a record of your Week Plan journal entries? Or maybe use them as primers for research? Whatever the case, this Week Plan-Evernote integration can help. After being activated, any new Week Plan journal entry it detects cause a note to be added on Evernote automatically. That note can include all the information from the entry you need, giving you the means to stay organized and on top of all your key data.

    How It Works

    1. A new journal entry is created on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a note on Evernote

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Evernote account
  • Create notes on Evernote for new Week Plan tasks

    If you need to do some research or gather materials on Evernote for your Week Plan tasks, there's a better way to prepare for it than entering the same information twice—this Week Plan Evernote integration. After you go through its simple configuration, it will start watching Week Plan, triggering for each new task you add and sending that data over to Evernote automatically every time. A new note will then be created as a result, laying out a convenient framework for all your in-depth work without costing you any further effort.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a note on Evernote

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Evernote account
  • Create Trello cards for new Week Plan tasks

    If you need to be sure your Trello setup can follow along with the work on Week Plan, let this Week Plan Trello integration handle that behind the scenes for you. Once it's completely set up, new Trello cards will start being created automatically for every new task you add to Week Plan. They'll carry all the information you define and continue being created reliably for as long as you leave the Zap active, ensuring you don't have to worry about mismatched task information again.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a card on Trello

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Trello account
  • Create detailed events on Google Calendar for new Week Plan journal entries

    Whether you want to use your Week Plan journal to plan when upcoming tasks need to get done, or you want to add a record for the work you've accomplished to your calendar, this Week Plan Google Calendar integration can help. Simply activate it and from then on any new journal entry you add to Week Plan will automatically and reliably produce a new detailed event on Google Calendar with exactly the information you need, keeping everything organized for you.

    How It Works

    1. A new journal entry is created on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a detailed event on Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Google Calendar account
  • Add quick Google Calendar events from new journal entries on Week Plan

    Looking for an easy way to keep your schedule up to date with all your notes? Try this Week Plan-Google Calendar integration. Once it's active, every new journal entry on Week Plan will trigger the Zap, sending the data to Google Calendar. It will then be parsed by Google, creating a new quick event on your schedule from the natural language used in your journal entry. Make meeting deadlines as easy as writing about it by using Zapier automation!

    How It Works

    1. A new journal entry is created on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a quick event on Google Calendar

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Google Calendar account
  • Append new Week Plan journal entries to notes on Evernote

    Want to keep a record of all your Week Plan journal entries in a single place? This Week Plan Evernote integration is perfect for that. Just go through the configuration and you'll be ready to go: Zapier will watch Week Plan for you, triggering this integration every time a new journal is created. That information will be sent to Evernote and the text appended to the note you define, automatically keeping a consolidated and easily searchable log of your daily activities.

    How It Works

    1. A new journal entry is created on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically appends text to a note on Evernote

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Evernote account
  • Add new reminder notes on Evernote for new Week Plan tasks

    Need to dive into your tasks to develop them, but also keep an eye on deadlines? This Week Plan-Evernote integration could be just the thing you need. After you set it up, a reminder note will be created on Evernote for every new Week Plan task you add, carrying all your schedule information. So feel free start working on those tasks, confident you'll automatically be kept on schedule by using this Zap!

    How It Works

    1. A new task is added on Week Plan
    2. Zapier automatically creates a reminder note on Evernote

    What You Need

    • Week Plan account
    • Evernote account
  • Add new Week Plan tasks from new event searches on Google Calendar

    If you've got a busy calendar, it can be difficult to spot the events you need to act upon among all the noise. Use this Zap, however, and you can filter through them easily. Once it's been set up, Zapier will automatically keep searching your Google Calendar for specific terms. Whenever a new event matches this search, a task will automatically be added Week Plan, giving you what you need to prepare for your events and get things done, no matter how many other distractions are floating around.

    How It Works

    1. A new event matches a search on Google Calendar
    2. Zapier automatically adds a task on Week Plan

    What You Need

    • Google Calendar account
    • Week Plan account

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Week Plan Integration Details

Launched on Zapier December 18, 2012

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Journal Entry") and Actions (like "Create Journal Entry") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Week Plan Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Journal Entry

New Journal Entry in Week Plan.

New Task

Triggers when a new task is created in the workspace.

New Role

Triggers when a new role is created.

New Completed Task

When a task is marked as completed.

Create Journal Entry

Create a new journal entry in Week Plan.

Create Task

Create a new task in Week Plan.

Create Role

Creates a new role.

Create Journal Log

Create a new journal log in Week Plan.

Find Role

Finds an existing role.

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