We have a number of large projects that require multiple parties to be involved. What do people use to best manage and track projects involving external members of the team 👌
- Check out Zenkit. It´s a flexible online project management tool that offers many different data views like for example mind-map, spreadsheet, list, calendar and kanban board. These can be switched between anytime. Also Zenkit offers great collaboration features. Disclaimer: I work for Zenkit
- Gregory Lefort made this productBest way to share tasks and sync with your team. For teams who are looking to manage their projects faster and easier.
- At first, it looks too complex if you're not familiar with SCRUM, Agile etc. But it's totally worth the effort to familiarize yourself with Jira. Highly configurable and easy to use in the end.
- GenieBelt 🏗 made this productGenieBelt probably would be the easiest option to track construction, engineering, architecture projects. Basically - it's an advanced Gantt chart software, with developed communication, overviews, documents modules. Compared to other platforms, GenieBelt is extremely easy to use - you can just start right away, without specific construction management knowledge. And of course, GenieBelt is very convenient on mobile (iOS & Android) and is cloud-based. GenieBelt works well both for small & medium-sized businesses & large enterprises.
- MeisterTask is enough for my small business, I can use it for private tasks and projects too, it has some nice advantages over Trello like automatic task actions, task relations and integrated time tracking. And it comes from Germany. Ps.: MeisterTask works well with MindMeister.I used Basecamp when I worked on a team of 5. It was remarkably easy, intuitive, and had ways for us to schedule tasks related to projects and assign them to each other. Also a small chat feature built in that we used as a whiteboard of sorts.
- I was introduced to Roadmap the other month and to be honest, I'm really impressed with how well it's coming along. It takes the approach of leveraging user/stakeholder feedback to generate ideas and user stories, but in the end it works very well (and integrates with github right out of the box).Brittany Fuller made this productThanks for the feedback, John! We built Roadmap, but we also use Roadmap to plan weekly releases since we launched (here on PH last October). I love how Roadmap keeps us focused on development people care about and how it helps us create beta groups and do more effective product research. Engagements from our public roadmap keep us motivated and help us communicate with customers. You can check it out here --> https://roadmap.space/public-roa...
- I personally use this more than Trello. It just works and its super easy to use and manage. Another good thing I like about this is that it is super flexible, you can jot down multiple ideas on a section. Anyone looking at your plan gets the flexibility to either get a jist of what it is at the same time also allows flexibility to deep dive into sections which I feel is super powerful.
- Shiv Sharma made this productTaskworld is one of the fastest growing task/project management apps in the market. It combines visual boards, team messaging and project analytics into one easy app. It started out as Task Management System (TMS) in 2006 and after years of fine tuning, opened for subscription in 2016. In just under a year, it's being used by thousands of companies worldwide including market leaders like Accor, AT&T, Accenture, E&Y, Capgemini, Amazon, Hugo Boss and Kodak.
- Bitrix24 is great. It's free, like Trello and Asana, but has client management, Gantt, quotes and invoices that none of the free PM solutions offer. You can create 'extranet' workgroups for external use access. Collaboration via email is supported as well. See https://www.bitrix24.com/feature...