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60 GB Repository Space
Automatic alerts and reminders
Wiki and Forum support
Inftrastructure and server maintenance
Mobile Module (HTML5)
Working on the big projects is not an easy task. Therefore, the task management tool matters. Planio is the one that could be considered for project managers, for teams, and for start-ups. This tool promises no installation, no set-up costs and no long-term commitments. The good thing about it is that Planio supports a lot of task management models. In particular, agile projects with Scrum and Kanban or sequential planning using the Waterfall Model are supported. It is possible to build the roadmaps providing summary project information via a dashboard interface. Planio offers 14 separate apps in total, so everyone can choose the right one for the particular project. Apps could be activated at any time, so it is possible to keep the things simple. Here you will find very good bug tracker. However, there are no default values. The user needs to define a lot of details, e.g. components, statuses, priorities. You can set the milestones and work with the auto-generated Gantt Chart. There is also files, calendar and wiki support. There is also Google Calendar integration. Planio is deeply integrated with GitHub. It is possible to specify that the commit is connected to the bug or even to close the bug with the commit. It is possible to view the file tree and the commit history for every bug. The manager can assign a role for each team member. The roles are highly configurable, so every team member could have his own responsibilities. The time spent on projects is also tracked. The user can use the stopwatch for tracking the time and enter some comments about time spent on the particular issue.
Sunday 10 April 2011
Wednesday 06 July 2011
Upon learning of DeskAway I thought, "What a nice idea, but I do not have the time to learn something new." To my surprise, DeskAway is very simple to understand and implement. Within a matter of an hour, I was completely set up, had three projects entered and was ready to go. Once you find that you like the product, you can upgrade at any time. The charges for the product are reasonable for what it offers. There are several subscription plans to fit your project needs.More about DeskAway
Tuesday 26 May 2009
Feng Office is a very well put together piece of software. In fact, no free alternative I’ve come across offers quite the level of professional, bug-free service that Feng Office provides.More about Feng Office
Thursday 17 May 2012
What we liked: -Individual employees can all be granted different levels of access within Planio-Users can estimate expenses with the time tracking tool-Colleagues can share files and collaborate on presentations-All changes made to group wikis can be tracked What we didn’t like: -Users are not eligible for free trials when they upgrade plansMore about Plan.io
Friday 24 December 2010
Bontq is an online issue tracking and project management application that claims to be the easiest way to manage projects, track bugs, add tasks, and store documentation. Bontq is a relatively new application, and as such still has to withstand the test of time, as more users use it to meet their complex project management requirements.More about BontQ
Friday 01 August 2014
My company switched from BaseCamp to Deskaway six months ago and it has been a major hassle every week to maintain. When we are assigned to do something, my co-workers and I have to create a "Milestone", then a "Task List" then a "Task." Pretty much, we have to enter an assignment THREE TIMES to log it. Also, the calendar doesn't show you when a task starts, it only shows when it's due, something BaseCamp did. When my boss sent issues to me, I did not receive emails which the system is suppose to do, plus they did not show up on my calendar nor on my home screen. I almost lost my job because of this. I've tried using shortcuts to reduce the time I spend each week entering tasks in the 8 projects I'm in charge of, however they did not meet my supervisors' standards, so I'm stuck wasting 2 hours every week entering the same tasks every single time. The shortcut I used was a "recurring task." This is might be a good tool for management, however your employees will absolutely hate it and you in turn.More about DeskAway
Monday 30 November -1
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