- Siobhan O'Rorke made this productI may be a little biased, but I think Zenkit is a pretty great alternative to Jira. It can handle Agile project management flows, support a high level of complexity, and essentially lets you build the tools you need to get your work done. It's a lot prettier and easier to use than Jira (IMO), but handles complex projects just as well.
- I have been looking for Jira alternatives that could support end-to-end agile project development starting from issue tracking to git repositories to continuous integrations to documentation and I came across Codegiant. It's truly a prettier version of Jira that is free for up to 5 users. Codegiant has beautiful yet powerful agile project management tools. The tools are easy to use and include API integrations, Slack integrations giving developers a flexibility to try different things with the tool. The documentation within Codegiant is brilliant and is a good alternative to Gitbook. Pricing page is brilliant and simple to understand - https://codegiant.io/pricing
- A great resource for project management. You can create multiple Lists as they were steps of your project and each of them can additionally divided into multiple records. You can attach files, write a note inside and also mark each record with customizable labels. Free version is as powerful as many other tools for project management!
- Fawad Ansari made this productNew on the block, this is one app you definitely want to try out ! The best part about this app which most of us desperately look out for is its all-in-1 built in feature. Which you can use on a Free account! With nTask: 1. You can view your project schedule in the form of Gantt charts. (Such ease!) 2. You can even track the time you spend on each task or assignment. 3. You can appoint a single assignment to a mass variety of users. 4. You can even setup risks & issues that might affect your project completion and then analyze those risks. (how cool is that!)