I'm looking for a hassle-free, simple UI, product management tool that: - Doesn't attempt to solve too many problems. - Easy to use, clean simple UI. - Allows to input a product feature, milestones, and who's working on what. - Simply engineered: no need for own hosting / weird setups. - Doesn't reinvent the wheel with metaphors or complex processes. Context: Solutions I've tried that I found over-engineered: Asana, Jira, Basecamp. Solutions I've tried that I found under-engineered: Trello, Quip checklists/sheets, Google docs/sheets
- Trello is like a blank slate - you can mould it to work exactly the way you need - but with just enough tools built-in to facilitate communication once you have the structure in place. I've used it for everything from managing my personal blogging schedule to managing multiple projects across a team of 10 designers and dozens of clients. I'm not sure what you mean by under-engineered. It seems like a fairly stable app with just enough functionality.
- Pavel Kukhnavets made this productTry Hygger.io. This all-in-one product management and project management tool looks really competitive and full of power. Using its functions, product managers can solve their daily tasks, plan and schedule their strategies with a roadmap (that actually can be shared with team members), prioritize product features and score them with the help of useful frameworks, and collaborate with their colleagues easily.