Everyday, we are met by dozens of project management tools.
Calling our names, we tend to make note of them as we navigate the most cost-effective solution for the moment.
Your next hunt might require acknowledgement of fast-moving new additions and powerful veterans in the space, we wanted to list these three options.
1. ClickUp 2.0
ClickUp hasn’t been around too long, but it’s making an impression.
The project management software has already created a powerful impression with their first edition, with the 2.0 release — they pack even more into their tool for agile project management.
I’d recommend this for all-round project management. The favourite thing for prospective users is the “solo” plan they offer, allowing you to get to grips with the tool in question before committing, at no cost.
ClickApps — Switch On/Off Features to Customise Your Layout
Coming soon to all ClickUp users, ClickUp 2.0 aims to be your hub for managing projects, including Board, List & Calendar views.
monday.com is the all-rounder team management tool
If you haven’t seen this one on a YouTube ad. Where have you been?! monday.com has been advertising like crazy this last year since their name change from DaPulse and they’ve started to crawl up the list as a settled team management solution.
Dashboard Tool — Set-up Your Team’s Own Progress Area
This project management tool is ideal for those looking to move away from spreadsheets. Everything’s organized into boards that can be designed from scratch or templates to get your team rolling and these custom fields help you to keep control of new inputs and team progress.
You can also view each board in a different manner. Like the ability to switch to the “Timeline” view — perfect for gantt like projects.
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Basecamp is a cosy long-term base for your team’s life & work.
Basecamp is like the “Patagonia of Project Managers”, a long-ethos driven history makes them a selection that doesn’t demand aggressive advertising. With team members like Jason Fried and DHH at the helm, the Basecamp experience is run by the passions that teams can work from anywhere, in whatever manner they wish.
The “To-Dos” helps you to manage not just your work tasks
These are only 3 of the 1,000’s of options, but it’s worth exploring all of them before you settle down with you team.
This is something we want to start reviewing more of on Keep Productive, however, the best way to save time on picking your option is with the TheFutur’s course on project managers. A MUST!