Big, easy to read, small note section
Very simple and straightforward, with a little notetaking space. Good for someone who doesn't need lots of detail.
Like the design/style and folder pockets, but dislike that there's not a weekly section
Cool design, like that it's thin; notes are all the way in the back, though so not very convenient .
Good size. It's a great montly planner but doesn't really do much
Cute cover. No weekly view available to write down daily tasks. Squares for each day are small, not much room.
Good sized boxes with nice space for notes on month pages + at the back of the planner. Like how some of the notes are perforated and can be torn out and how it has a folder in the back. Cover could have a better design.
Simple design, sturdy cover, heavier pages, perforated notes section in the back, starts in Dec 16
Elegant, clean, quotes, feels premium, but feminine/not for me.
To-do based, not great for tracking schedule. Very simple and straightforward.
Love the design/style which is lovely and feminine; like the checkboxes for each line in the daily section, quotes for each week, size, additional sections like notes & important dates; dislike the monthly calendars being in a separate section (prefer they appear right before the weekly sections for each month) and the small-ish 2 column space for daily
really pretty design, perfect for a girl on the go and fits nicely in any handbag but also looks nice on a desk. I like the tabs and very simple to use.
Sturdy and clean. I like the daily sections. Overly feminine?
Very pretty. Portable and compact size that's not too small. Monthly view and corresponding weekly views are separated making it awkward to reference each. Lines in weekly view are short, not much room to write down tasks.
Like how the weekly sections are formatted into checklists + weekly quotes. Nice overall aesthetic, but would like for the pages to be a little thicker. I feel like I'm going to rip them out.
Thin pages, almost see-thru. Both daily and monthly. Monthly starts in Aug 16. Durable cover.
Includes time breakdowns/big note area, allows you to rank by priority, also monthly reflections
Feels high-quality. Lots of detail, very structured (in a good way). Goals and project focus is great.
Like the size, dislike how it's organized - prefer more space for each day - forces you into a very small area
The size is great and I like the monthly reflections but unsure anyone has time for that?; The dull color of the pages is not very inviting/inspiring.
I like having "today's focus" and a monthly reflection. If you need to really structure your day this is great, but it could be an issue if you have projects that are hard to schedule specific times for
Enjoy the motivational aspect from the "This week's focus" and Personal and Work to-do lists.Too compact. Area within the daily view is disproportionately long compared to width. Timestamps for every half hour is way too granular. Makes writing tasks difficult. Monthly views aren't tabbed, makes referencing difficult.
Good size and outside aesthetic. I like the it has monthly reflection sections to prompt you to re-asses goals. Quotes and plenty of list/note space is a nice touch.The half-hour time slots and narrow lines would make it hard for me to plan.
Small text, seems cramped on daily view. To do list and focuses are cool additions.
Heavy, colorful, big spaces and places ot write
Tons of personality, lots of note-taking space, very open-ended. People will probably love or hate it.
Like all the sections, design/style is unique and fun, lots of space for notes, monthly cal is in the same section as weekly; Dislike the larger size and how heavy it is.
Really fun and colorful -- stickers inspire more use; but it's pretty heavy and would probably not want to carry it around.
Big with more than enough room for notes and easy to use. Not very professional, though.
Trendy design. Monthly views are followed by weekly views. Months are tabbed and color-coded for easy reference. Weekly views are wide with plenty of open space (no lines) to write or draw diagrams. Also, comes with STICKERS!!! Con: pretty heavy for the size.
Like how fun and colorful it is (cute stickers!) Overall, it's too big for my taste.
Big, sturdy cover. Great, colorful design inside. Includes stickers.
Minimalistic, basically paper only, doesn't inspire you to use it
Very basic and straightforward. Doesn't add much value.
A little too basic for my needs - I prefer weekly/daily area and a spot for notes
Simplicity is awesome, nice space to write in; would like to have seen notes section and it seems fragile. If anything spills on cover it would be difficult to clean. Perfect for someone who doesn't who wants a quick view of monthly schedule.
It seems portable and easy to take with you, but it's really simple. Why use this over google calendar?
Minimalist design, straightforward. Could be improved with a spiral back so that it can stay open. Like the thicker paper. Prefer planners with a weekly view.
Like how simple and small/light it is. Could use a better notes section. Takes extra work because you have to write in dates, but then you can reorder as needed instead of wasting months you're not going to use.
Very simple, minimalist. Cardboard cover, but still sturdy. Heavier pages. You need to do more work to get started
Big places to write, notes, a bit hard to red given gold
Like this one. Simple, but includes lots of space each week, which can be separated out by daily tasks, general weekly tasks, and a dedicated "remember/to do" section. I'd use this if it wasn't covered in gold polka dots.
Like how it's organized and has lots of space for notes, very straightforward/easy to use, folders; Size is slightly larger than I prefer
Size is OK, like that it has a good amount of room for weekly notes, but lines are a bit narrow in the checklists.
Seem pretty durable. Like the tabs, weekly/monthly combo & note section. If they made a manlier version I'd be all for it
Cute design and a good compact size that's not too small. Like the spiral feature. Months are tabbed, followed by weekly views. However, would prefer the week to spread over two pages, not just on the left. The "This Week" / "Remember" sections on the right side aren't very useful if can't be organized into specific days. Would rather have more room within daily sections.
Good size and nice design. Feels sturdy and the tabs are really helpful. I like the to-do list next to the weekly calendars.
Sturdy cover, large horizontal weeks (instead of normal boxes), some of the pages appear to be caught easily in binding.
Very basic/no personality, no note area besides in back
Fairly extensive intro section with details about how to use the book, be more effective and plan better. Planner itself breaks weeks into hour-based committments, weekly tasks, and projects with action steps. Good for someone looking for specifically this type of planner, but not enough note space for some people.
Like the interesting info in the front; dislike how it's organized - I find it a little confusing and prefer more room for notes
Good size, easy to carry around; very confusing structure -- took me time to figure out what goes were and not enough room in each section.
Very meat and potatoes planner. It gives you what you need and nothing more with exception of the intro section
Not aesthetically pleasing, very "business." Con: monthly views are all in the front, separated from corresponding weeks. Daily areas are very small organized by the hour. Way too granular, would prefer open space and wider columns. Delegation and Teamwork section is interesting and I can see this being helpful for project management.
Monthly calendars seem to small to be usable and weekly calendar bars are narrow. Probably good for small writers.
16 pages in beginning on how to use, designing goals, etc (seems superfluous), strange cut up of week (mon, tues on one page, then wed-sun on the next), hardest to tell the month
Weekly Planner Spiral
Open/constant reference for the desk: not classic, but good for people who like looking at times
Cool, unique idea. For people looking for this type of thing it's probably perfect. Easily fits on a desk without getting in the way. However, not much space for anything other than basic daily tasks.
Size is a little awkward for my taste, prefer to have a section for monthly and notes as well
The design of this works for me. Sits on desk perfectly and it saves me from using a ton of post-its a week which can just cause more clutter. I like having the visual to reference during day and check off what I have accomplished.
It would be effective if you use it compliment a more detailed planner, but it would be difficutl to just rely on this
Unique design. Causes user to hone in on just the week. Few lines within each day forces the user to prioritize tasks.
This would be a useful quick-reference guide for to-dos used in addition to a monthly calendar.
just for week, great size for small desks, doesn't really fit in this group with others - more of a to-do list, not planner. thats main reason it gets lowest rating