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100 MB File Storage
Everything On One Screen
Help Is Always on Hand
Synchronize With Google Calendar
Create Tasks From Email
File Storage: 5 Gig
Unlimited Customizable Reports
Up to 50 users
Barracuda Copy integration
Barracuda SignNow integration
Task list templates
Manage tasks by email
Reply by email
Create tasks by email
Share files via email
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I really enjoy using HiTask, as there is literally a thousand different apps that are web based to help you manage your day, your personal to-do lists, things at work, your family chores, etc. I like that it is targeted for people who are on the go who want things down now or also you can write things down for the future just like a little notebook.It is very simple to use, track goals and they are constantly simplifying the process. I have a lot of friends in India that use this tool as well. I am not sure where the company is based out of, but it means it is a great company that can strive in many different industries and markets and it looks like it is not going to stop growing!
Pros : You can see your different tasks, what you write on your calendar and easy change or edit what you have down there. You also can do an option like copy and paste to edit a certain task.Like a few apps, I have they have a feature when you can group different things together. Kind of like on the iPhone where you can put an app inside another app and then you can name it.I really like that you can basically edit anything and then share the certain document or file with your colleagues or co-workers.This week at work I am leading some tips and tricks and organizational time management seminar and I think I am going to bring up HiTask and how crucial it is to our groups' success :)We use a lot of Google products at work, and this can sync up with your calendar meaning Google calendar and also your email meaning Gmail.
Cons : I wouldn't really say this in cost, but it does get expensive. For five people to actually is it, it is around ten dollars a month, and they also have a free trial and an every 6-month payment plan.It is limited in functionality, I wish we can combine many different apps and mold it all together. I also use Wunderlist. When I time management I have a daily tracker, then what I want to do now then and page for each topic. HiTask can do something similar, so I guess making it a little more customer will help :)
The main advice I would give any organization considering a project management platform is to make sure it will be adopted from the top down. Our company has struggled to maintain the excitement and momentum we had when first implementing because many of our leaders are not using it, therefore causing employees to slack off and move away from using the system. We have been using Redbooth for about a year in our Corporate Support Center. Our Marketing Department mainly uses it to manage creative requests from our nationally dispersed Client Support and Business Development teams. (We were previously using email/sticky notes). Redbooth has been a life-changing tool for our graphic designer. She is able to attach designed documents directly in Redbooth, get feedback, make adjustments, and resend — all without having to access email. In addition, our Client Managers can submit a request (and research the status of their requests) from anywhere. The interface itself is very intuitive. And, similar to Trello, the individual tasks can be very simple (name, owner, due date), or they can get really complex (description, attached documentation, etc.). Where it differs from Trello is that users have the ability to see their own tasks aggregated on the dashboard, rather than having to move project to project to see each one’s associated tasks. Perhaps our favorite feature is the video calling / screen sharing. We have GoToMeeting and use it frequently for meetings with clients, but we have switched many internal meetings over to Redbooth. In addition, for one-on-ones with remote team members, we are able to have a “face to face” meeting over the Internet! Redbooth also offers an iPhone app, but from my experience it is lacking. The app constantly needs “refreshed” to see the most up-to-date tasks, meaning it is not truly real-time.
Trello is by far one of the best tools out there for anyone looking to create a simple, easy to use, easy to customize project board. Built as a card sorting platform, the simple nature of Trello allows for you to create just about any board for a project that you would like. Whether you're looking to track the progress of a campaign through the different stages of completion (i.e. planned, in progress, ready for review, complete) or create a content ideas board where people can add and claim topics and ideas for their use, Trello gives you the flexibility to create what you want while providing tools to help you organize and manage everything.
Monday 16 June 2014
What we liked: • The drag-and-drop feature makes it easy to assign tasks to team members• HiTask doesn’t require any setup or training to use• People can use HiTask on any mobile or desktop device• HiTask’s calendars sync with Google Calendar What we didn’t like: • NothingMore about HiTask
Tuesday 02 August 2011
One of my major concerns in using project management software is the inability for the software to meet even my projects’ basic needs. Project Drive answers my concern by offering highly customizable templates, allowing me to tailor the templates for my specific needs – I can even create a project template to track my personal time with this software so that I can be more productive in life.More about Project Drive
Monday 20 October 2014
Redbooth online collaboration software is simple to use, flexible, affordable and has great integrations. It has displayed continuous growth both as a company and as a collaboration platform. Over 400,000 client organizations including Fortune 100 companies can attest to it.More about Redbooth
Thursday 15 March 2012
Trello is an intuitive management tool that can be used for projects of all sorts. It really makes you wonder how no one came up with something this simple before. And the scary thing is Trello is going to get even better as time goes by. There's also an iPhone app (Android is in the works). And as of this writing,More about Trello
Tuesday 09 August 2011
Not strong enough yet.More about Redbooth
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