Whether you’re a parent, a manager or a team leader, you need an easy way to keep track of multiple people at once. It’s handy to keep track of everyone in your planner so that you know where each person needs to be, and when.
Below are several examples of ways to use different types of planners to keep track of everyone. Click on the photos for a larger view.
The Trinote, Prenote and Septanote planners have timed daily columns with space for notes at the bottom of each day. It’s easy to use the timed column for yourself, and the notes space to keep track of family or team members.
The ABP1 day per page planner has a timed column at the left and a large notes space at the right of each page. You can use the column for your own schedule, and the notes area for team members. You can see shared meetings and deadlines while keeping your own schedule separate.
Below you can see an example of a busy family’s Saturday in a Journal 21 day per page planner. I’ve created columns for each person so you can see who needs to be where, and who is driving. Shared activities get written across the page. Family Movie Night, woo hoo!
You can use color coding to turn any planner into a multi-person tracker. Below you can see color coding in a Hebdo weekly planner (same format as the Scholar academic-year planner) to keep track of mom’s personal and work schedule and deadlines plus everyone in the family, and even what’s for dinner.
Do you keep track of multiple people in your planner? What are your tips?