You can now set your objectives for the week and reflect on those objectives when you're planning your day.
Objectives have a similar look and feel to tasks, but serve a slightly different purpose. Your objectives should define your priorities for the week. You might have only a single objective for a week, but many tasks that relate to that objective.
At the start of the week, spend a few minutes deciding what your priorities are for the week ahead.
During your daily planning, review your objectives. If you see one you want to work on, you can drag it in as a task. Your objectives should help ground your choices about how to spend your time.
The purple bullseyes on your task cards show which tasks are your most important ones that link back to your objectives.
Unlike tasks, weekly objectives don't roll over. Each week you start with a blank slate. This way, your objectives are never stale.