My Week

With My Week you can easily plan your work for the week and get an overview of your priorities and what needs your immediate attention.

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FAQ

How can I prevent others from seeing My Week?

You can turn off the Colleague's View within your Profile.
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My Colleague's Week says they have a certain amount of items assigned to them but I can't see them all

The numbers in Colleague's Week represent the number of items that are in their My Week. If an item is hidden you will not have access.
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Why can't I see my Colleague's Week?

When a user turns off the Privacy setting in their profile, this removes access for everyone else from seeing the items in their My Week.
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Can I turn on my Colleague's Week?

Only each user is able to turn on this setting for themselves.
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Can I see my colleagues 'My Week'?

You can view the work items on your Colleague's My Week by viewing the work they're associated with in the work view or the work item.
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What is the difference between My Week and To-Do?

My Week deals with your involvement in an entire work item whereas To-Do's focuses on individual tasks that only you are responsible for.
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What is the difference between a Work Card and a Work Overlay?

The work card gives you a quick snapshot of an item in My Week, whereas the work overlay gives a more detailed summary of that item.
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When I mark something as Done in My Week does that complete the actual item?

Marking an item as done in My Week will not affect the actual item.
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