What tool (or tools) does your team use to keep track of tasks?

Peter Chudakov
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We personally use Asana and Trello. Would be interesting to hear your choices!

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mustafa ilker sarac
SE, looking for great products!🚀
We are into Fibery.
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Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@milkers Fibery is a great app! Love their concept
Blake Evans
Dynamic Marketer
My team often uses Jira to keep track of tasks. Jira is an easy-to-use tool with a user-friendly interface.
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Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@blakeevans Thanks for sharing!
Aditya
Community @ Product Hunt
We, at Product Hunt, have weekly meetings to keep a track of our work and tasks are woven through Asana, Notion, Slack, and some more plugins :) Btw, we use https://www.producthunt.com/post... for the weekly updates. Kudos to @antoine_chopin1 @weiss_arnaud @jeanne_onda for building this wonderful product!
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Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@adityavsc Thanks for sharing! Axel looks like a great platform for managers, I'm going to check them out.
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Arnaud Weiss
HR tech innovator
Thanks @adityavsc! This goes straight to our hearts 💘
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Valerie Borshch
Miro, but I support this nice tool (with a really simplified interface for whiteboarding): https://www.producthunt.com/post...
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Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@valeria_andreevna Miro is great! Thanks for sharing! Why are you considering switching from Miro to Weje?
Isabel Nyo
Tech Leader | http://eisabainyo.net
In my 20 years of experience working in the tech industry, I've worked for small startups to fortune 500 companies, and have used almost every cloud SaaS tool available to track taskes - Jira, Confluence, Trello, Google Sheets, Notion, Evernote, Miro - you name it, I've used it. I am a firm believer that what matters is having a holistic system and view progress, not the tasks itself. I've written about it here (from the perspective a maker/creator): https://medium.com/swlh/how-i-wo...
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Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@eisabai Thanks for sharing! I'll take a look at the article.
soylakate
productivity geek
We use TMetric for time tracking and Jira for task and project management.
Iren
Biologist, future data analyst in med
Hello, Peter! I wrote a few scientific articles with colleagues using weje.io. It helped us get rid of tones of paper :) We also used it to track tasks. Check it!
David Miller
Educational Researcher
I use ProProfs Project to keep track of my tasks across multiple projects. It lets me create, assign, and prioritize tasks for all my team members within minutes. I can define the start and due dates of all tasks, ensuring that my team never misses a deadline. Also, the tool offers setting task status as ‘Open’, ‘On hold’, or ‘Complete’. Overall, the tool is excellent to measure task progress and accomplish projects on time.
Peter Chudakov
Founder @ ReSkript
@davidmiller4312 hey! thanks for sharing! Never heard about this tool, but I will check it out.