Radoslav StankovTech @ Product Hunt

Good lightweight project management solutions for small teams?

What is a good project management tool for a team of 3-5, working remotely on product.
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    Trello

    Organize anything, together

    Can't beat trello. Super easy to use / anyone can pick it up quickly and get started. Integrates with everything. I always go with this when working with a small team. Trello + Slack. :)
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    Amaël Sikel4Aspiring Android developer · Written
    Will cover everything you need as long as you remain small. I'd go with Jira (Atlassian) when getting big
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    Asana

    The task management tool, completely redesigned

    David SpinksCEO, CMX Media · Written
    We use Asana at CMX. Simple and affordable. Love using it with Instagantt to visually map out our projects. Between this and Slack, we've basically eliminated internal email. Asana also offers a Trello-like interface now, though it falls pretty far short of the full Trello offering.
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  3. This is an excellent self-hosted solution that covers most small business' needs with no monthly or per-user fees.
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  4. Nandini SharmaMarketing Engineer · Written
    It is generally observed that teams use one tool for communication, another one for making reports, another one for tracking time, and another one proofing files and sharing feedback and more. So, technology which was supposed to make your work life easy becomes the biggest roadblock in your productivity. But with ProofHub you can do all these things in one centralized place. The tool comes with all the powerful features your team is ever going to need at work. There is an in-built chat tool to communicate. There is an amazing proofing tool that helps you collaborate over files and documents to review and share your feedback. Everything you are ever going to need for a better work life, is available in ProofHub at one place.
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