Saketh RasakatlaDigital Marketer

Which is the best project management tool?

For teams to collaborate and avoid working in isolation.
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    The project management tool that grows with you

    Working with a team - remote, or in the same room - with Zenkit is easy. You can choose between different views e.g. kanban board, spreadsheet, calendar list or table, and switch between these anytime you want - without losing data. Every team member can use the view he/she likes the most for his/her tasks. You can also assign tasks to your team, and add due dates, information, files and much more. Communicate with your team by using the comment field in the specific item.
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    Turn your to-do list into a real work plan

    Filipa Nascimento made this product
    Outplanr was designed to turn your to-do list into a work plan without effort. Keep projects on track and easily check how much time was spent on each task against your estimates. Also, it will help you balance your team work, making sure everyone is busy but not overworked.
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    Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.

    Richard DiBonaCo-Founder, Post With Me · Written
    A combination of Trello and Slack depending on your team and project size. Trello can get out of hand once a lot of people are in there and the notifications can become so frequent that they get ignored. Slack helps fight the isolation.