Frequently Asked Questions


How will you price Achieved?

Achieved will be based on a price per user. We plan to price it between 4 and 8€ per user per month.

Will there be a free version?

Probably not but we will offer a free trial and discount for the Maker community.

Will I have to pay during the beta version?

No. Achieved will be of course free of charge as long as our beta goes.

Will you propose different service plan?

We'd prefer keep things simple for everyone convenience. As a consequence we will offer a unique version of our solution to all our users.


How does Achieved differs from a shared todo list with a commenting feature or any kanban-based tools?

In our opinion, to do list are too deterministic (you or someone keep on adding things and you "must follow the list"), discouraging (it keeps on growing) and miss prioritisation. Kanban views work well with very small teams but isn't scalable and can quickly get messy as well. Both solutions lack the possibility for someone to simply share its achievements at the end of the day, celebrate a success and learn from his habits.


Achieved aims to help people to organise their work individually by sharing what their planning to do and review what they have done at the end of the day but also aims to help everyone in the organisation catch what other are up to without being overwhelmed by a heavy interface or logging to xyz tool. 

I see OKRs as an use case, how deep is the OKR methodology integrated in the tool (weekly planning, quarterly goals etc.)?

From the administration panel we want people to be able to log their quarterly objectives (and eventually key results) and assign team to them. Once this is done, people will be able to link their activities to a specific Objective / Key result. This will allow to quickly see, across the company how any OKR is evolving and who's involved.

On a weekly basis, we plan to ask people involved in an OKR what's their confidence level and how far they are to complete it. We also, quickly want to implement suggestions to users based on the information collected (think about an OKR with low activity, or an OKR with a low confidence rate, etc.).

Some competitors have a daily checkin feature, as well as few other OKR-specific tools - how to you differentiate from them?

Our key difference with other market players is that with Achieved it all starts by saying what you will do today because we believe that it's the closest from a natural behaviour. We want to support daily habits and start from there to build alignment and productivity. 

I understand that the tool is focused on who's doing what, but is it scalable to large teams?

Of course. We want build a solution that scales to organisation from any size. The user will be able to chose between his team view or the global view. We're still in development but we also plan to allow a user to see specific information about an objective.