Project Management Software
This is a long conversation, which project management tools are you using on your workplace? or for tracking your personal projects?
Now, not all tools are created equal, nor follow the same purpose, some are really advanced vs others really simple yet useful.
Here's a list of some popular project management tools (no particular order):
- Microsoft Project
- Zeitgeber -- Thanks @Max for the suggestion!
I'm sure there are dozens more out there... which one would be a good fit?
Thanks for your comments
Max last edited by
Hey I am the developer of Zeitgeber https://getzeitgeber.com I would really like if you an add it to your list. Zeitgeber is lightweight and hit for the spot between Software like Jira and time tracking Software like toggle.
I would love if you try it out and give some feedback.
@max Sure! I just did! thanks!
Sanjay Darji last edited by Sanjay Darji
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andrewcraig last edited by
Something to take into careful consideration, a process should not be based on the tool, but rather the tool based on what the needs of the organization are. In short, the tool should support the process.
jamesaidan last edited by
Hey Christian, Hope you are doing good!
Thanks for sharing such good tools with us here. I am already using few of them like Asana, Basecamp and FindNerd-Free project management tools They all are good by its own way. Well according to me FindNerd PM Tool is best fit because recently it is on its free version. They do not charge any cost at all and it has plenty of features are- Accurate Time Tracking, Easy Collaboration, Analytics which Generates report of logged in hours, productivity and availability etc.
Thanks @jamesaidan useful information there.