Cloudswave Score for LiquidPlanner
Rating based on 48 Critic Reviews
Elizabeth Mazenko, on BetterBuys
Matthew Guay, on Zapier
If you like to manage tasks in an outline-style list, with folders and sub-folders to organize tasks and options to bulk-add tasks, LiquidPlanner's interface will be sure to fit your needs. Then, it'll help you get even more done, but taking the guesswork out of project planning and giving you clear, achievable due dates. You'll never overcommit again.
Alex Hillsberg, on FinancesOnline
Whether you manage projects via Waterfall or ad hoc methodologies, LiquidPlanner organizes project information so you can make clear-cut and defensible decisions based on actual data. It matches the project needs of both small businesses and large enterprises.
Professional project managers will either love LiquidPlanner or hate it. For those who are new to project management software, LiquidPlanner could save the day by forcing you to stay disciplined.
Chase Sagum, on The Best Companys
LiquidPlanner isn’t the newest project management software provider in the game, nor is it the oldest, but they are good at what they do. We all know how precious time is and how important it is to meet deadlines, hit milestones and achieve objectives. Even if you somehow drift of the path to your goals, the applications make it easy to get back on. If you are a project manager or leading a crucial project for your organization, take a look into LiquidPlanner.
Courtney Jenkins, on GetApp
Most of the time, I just need to track time or check to see if I already have a task for something that I thought of on the bus. It's super simple and easy and the menus make sense and its really fast (depending on Cell coverage).
Pros : Love how easy this is, and as my company's LP champ, I love to suggest to others to install it.
Cons : The one feature you really need is opening any links on your phone should default to the App if you have it installed.
Anthony Brinkley, on GetApp
We use LiquidPlanner for all employees to organize "direct charge" and overhead tasks. The estimating and prioritization approach is different from traditional project scheduling and captures real-time dynamics as you work. The program has helped us manage large task sets, discover organizational issues more quickly, and we have yet to tap into the more advanced features.
Pros : Real-time updating and estimating capabilities. Easy-to-use GUI. Timer application. Facilitates team communication within the tool such as attaching files, adding comments, and creating notes. Ability to deep-dive into detailed information and metrics. Timesheet integrated with tasks and charge codes. Prioritization-based tasking saves us time from having to create dependency links between most tasks (you can still do that if you want to).
Cons : Discipline required to include unplanned interuption-type tasks, which will push out your "planned" estimations. Charges by the user, so make sure all users are committed to using the tool.
It's a bit of a bait and switch. You see a $29 price and think no problem. What you don't get until you've invested (wasted) time evaluating is that its' really a minimum of 10 seats and you have to pay upfront a year subscription and oh by the way you really need the $39 package to do what you need. So now it looks like a $5K subscription that you are going to commit to after a 2 wk part time trial... sorry its just not that compelling. For that price I can pay maintenance on two more seats of Solidworks and I'm sure of what that gets me.
Jacobo G. , on G2 Crowd
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