What is a good project management tool for a team of 3-5, working remotely on product.
- John Xie made this productTaskade is a lightweight PM tool perfect for small, remote and distributed teams. You can use it as a unified collaboration hub for team tasks, notes, and video conferencing. Each chat refers back to the task list, board, or mind map.
- 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. :)Simple, visual and collaborative, we use it for a range of projects
- We are a team of 4 working remotely most of the time and we are using Nuclino! Discovered it on PH. It's similar to Trello but simpler, cleaner and easier-to-use. Instead of a short card, every issue comes with a whole page of content which can be collaborated on in real time. It's our new go-to tool for everything :)
- I would really recommend you to pay your attention to Hygger: this tool is quite light and simple to operate with. And it is perfect for the teams of any number of members because you will see absolutely understandable area for working. The dashboard with current tasks, technology or product roadmaps with the subjects in view, the backlog page with the customer's wishes - all it is easy to manage!
- Shiv Kapoor made this productNifty automates project updates and resource insights with dynamic task management. Track project milestones, communicate with teammates and clients, create collaborative documents, and more in our centralized workspace! Maintain organizational oversight across your projects and teammates with project & team overviews. With the best of communication, project management, and workflow collaboration in one tool, you can consolidate your workday as well as your subscriptions into one browser tab.
- I've been using Plan for about 6 months now with my 4 person remote team and it's been a game changer! It solves the biggest problem my team had -- knowing what exactly we're all working on and how much progress we've made, without having to constantly check in over slack/email. Things my team loves about Plan: 1) Combination of projects/tasks and shared calendars in the same view --> We just drag our tasks onto the calendar and the team immediately knows what we're working on 2) Team dashboards showing what everyone is assigned, working on, and completed --> this has completely replaced our daily standups 3) Ability to switch between a Gantt Chart, Kanban, and List view for any particular project 4) Seems like the Plan team adds a new feature every week and are super responsive to our emails/feedback
- Dmitriy Levchenko made this productA moment of self-promotion :) Great for small and distributed teams. Straightforward project plan, reusable files, context-friendly chats, and unlimited history. Easy to start and free for small teams.
- 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.
- 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.
- It's a pretty weird choice considering it's a bit harder to set up, but it's usable for so many things that it just gets to be worth it after a while. Forms, sales, the works. Easily scalable if needed. But, of course, Asana would be my second choice if you want a more full service solution.
- Have a look at IC Project. Why? - You do not have to use many tools at the same time - You do not have to learn how to use it - The client is kept abreast - ICP always at hand It is an easy-to-use system that works comprehensively and effectively. It combines many management tools. It is distinguished by its intuitive operation and lightness. In the system you can organize projects, tasks, deadlines, mail, clients, employees and more. Functionalities: ✔️ Project management ✔️ Tasks ✔️Calendar ✔️Time tracking ✔️Messenger and mail ✔️ Wiki ✔️Contractors database ✔️Absence of employees ✔️ Invoices ✔️ Service requests ✔️Ability for clients to login ✔️Resource management ✔️Kanban cards ✔️Gantt charts ✔️Dashboard ✔️Streamand notifications You can add tasks to each project you create and assign tasks to people who are involved in them. As part of individual projects, add conversations and comments in which you can attach files. You can create instructions and articles available to everyone on the team. The IC Project is equipped with an instant messaging module which allows for conversations between team members and clients within the scope of a project and related tasks and activities. The ICP communication supports file attachments, multi-user chat and e-mail notifications for people not present in the system. You can manage the absences of your employees, track their progress at work and measure the time required to perform specific tasks. Create Gantt charts to analyze reports. And put individual tasks on the Kanban cards to know which tasks are in progress and which ones are not yet.
- Has a shared view of team priorities, a process that fosters collaboration, and dynamic tools to analyze progress. A little heavier than Trello but it gives you a lot more of a framework right off the bat. Free for teams of three or less.