Essentially we have customers that we would like to store information about in each project.. That way designers, project managers, CEO all have an understanding of what each customer's needs are, the specifics of their company and how we are meeting their needs.
- We use Notion exactly for the same reason as what your looking for. Have a nice freeform place to store info. Bonus in Notion: Share (sub)pages of customer documentation with the customers.
- Mircea Pașoi made this productI'm biased... but I think Memo is great for technical teams (works great for code snippets, technical documentation, meeting notes, etc.) and is deeply integrated with Slack. Here's some information on how it compares with traditional tools (Evernote, Confluence, Github Wiki and Slack Posts): https://memo.ai/compare
- They're spreadsheets that work great as CRMs and project trackers. Unlike your typical spreadsheet, you can click on an entry. For example, you can click a project (that's associated to a client). That will bring you to a project's page and show all its metadata.
- Julie Tolosa made this productKnightSpear has built-in Notes and Knowledge base. The notes is private to you while the Knowledge base is publicly available for your team to comment and react on. KnightSpear is a project management app so you don't need to switch apps every time. It's free and has fun features your team would love to use everyday.
- Matt Lovato made this productSamepage makes it easy to do exactly what you're describing. You can create pages to take notes in real time with other members of your team, but you can also add project content to pages like files, assignable tasks, and more. Winner of 3 awards from Capterra for project management software: Most Recommended, Best Value, Best Support - https://www.capterra.com/p/15239... Learn more here: https://www.samepage.io
- Lets you store your project as a list of tasks and you can log time against each task. Nice note taking facility as well. Really simple to use, and will let you create invoices against your logged time as well. We use it and love it!
- I would suggest ProProfs Project. I am using it for past 2 years and a big fan of its’ simple and intuitive interface. You can add detailed notes to all your projects and even drop comments for the ease of understanding or to avoid confusions. Even if you wish to have a more granular approach, you can divide a project into tasks and subtasks for better clarity or to track how much the needle moved in each task. For starters, I would say their 15-day trial period can really help in understanding the features in details. Cheers!