Eisenhower Diagram using Importance and Urgency Columns

I would like to use values (Ideally a single letter, could be a numeric if needed) from a column, “Importance”, a numerical value (1-99) in a column, “Urgency” and a value in a column, “Effort” to create a diagram like the Eisenhower Diagram. This would provide a graphical representation of my prioritized pulses, using “Effort” to determine the size on the diagram. Then ideally, the element in the chart would be clickable to take me to the respective pulse in the table.

Yeah this would be a useful additional view for Monday.com for lots of ideas. I used to use Airtable and it does this really well. We would use it to compare impact versus effort for ideas.

Hey guys,

I think this would be absolutely possible!

I would check out the time management webinar which covers how to implement this concept into monday.com. Watch it and let me know if it helps? :llama:

Hi Julia,

Actually, no. You have taken the simple case of simply assigning a quadrant.

This is not useful when you have tens or hundreds of tasks to sort out.

I am assigning an importance in A-Z and an urgency in 1-99 and I would like to show each of these in actual relation to the other tasks - probably with some filters to de-clutter the diagram. Then Effort to indicate the size of the entity on the diagram.

Make sense?

By the way, I neglected to mention: the decision whether do “do first” or “Schedule” will be a sliding scale depending on what is on the list. I would like for there to be a way for the user to pick a spot on the diagram to set the crossing point in the center of the quadrants.

Bonus: then automatically update the status of the pulses respectively.

Any life left in this suggestion?