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WP Done This


If you use iDoneThis*, especially within a team, this plugin will be of use to you. It’s extremely useful for your company/team’s personal ‘intranet’ site.

It will add a new widget that allows users to submit their ‘dones’ and view their previously submitted dones for that day.

After activating and adding the widget, your users (who want to use it) need to enter their:

There’s not much more to it. I plan to add in some other features soon like a widget to view other user’s dones, your own previous dones (from other days) and more control over what dones are actually displayed.

If you find a bug or want to contribute, please do so on the plugin’s GitHub Repository.

Note: Yes that’s a referral link above. It just gives our team some free users and it also gives you one. Thank you for using it if you do!


  • The User Profile Settings
  • Example of what it may look like


I’ll make this as simple as possible.

  1. Either download the plugin and upload it or search for it under Plugins > Add New. Activate it, too.
  2. Go to your Appearance > Widgets.
  3. Add the WP Done This widget whereever you want.
  4. Make sure you’re using iDoneThis!
  5. Each user who wants to use it then needs to add their API key and team slug in their User Profile Settings.
  6. Be productive and happy! 🙂


I found a bug!

Great, more work for me. If you find a bug or want to contribute, please do so on the plugin’s GitHub Repository.

It’s all going to hell and I need help!

Please calm down and start a support thread. Please don’t just give it a bad rating without asking for help 🙂

What about foo bar?

It’s on it’s way, soon!

Contributors & Developers

“WP Done This” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • The day it started.