Tapwater is home for your projects.
1. Create freeform posts of milestones, deliverables, meeting notes, etc.
2. Clients and stakeholders get emailed every time you post, and can respond without ever making an account.
3. Your whole team and the client have a 50k foot view of the project at all times.
Very simple and straightforward interfaceCons:
Hasn't discovered its niche yet
I love Tapwater and there are many possible uses for it. It's an effective tool to manage ideas, documents and conversations related to the project in one place. I love that I can talk to my client and just add everything there under a specific project. much like a brain dump. I can't think of any use for this right now for project or task management. Tags can only be added after saving the form and not in the same screen with the wysiwyg editor.
I have a feeling that it hasn't discovered what its purpose is yet. I'd say it's basically a brain dump for projects but pretty weak in areas where you can capture ideas and conversations
Integrations to Slack where ideas and conversations takes place would be cool. Being able to capture ideas in the middle of a conversation would be really helpful. It's a unique app on its own and still discovering itself.Nin Abayata has used this product for one day.
No frills there to distract you from what matter most, have a clear overview of the project. Perfect for handovers.Cons:
Haven't found any yet.
Given its different approach to project management, it might take a bit before you get the best out of it (especially if you come from Basecamp et similia). Once you get how it works, it is just natural adding milestone/things to remember about each project.Orlando Festa has used this product for one week.