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Also dependencies - are future tasks dependent ?
I've used Niku in the past and much preferred this to Project - much more predictable in behaviour
Thanks for sharing David, much appreciated. Hadn't heard of Monday until you mentioned it, but seems like an interesting tool. Would have been nice if they had a free option with limitations, but hey, they want to make money, who can blame them? lol For those like me who haven't heard of Monday befoRead more
Think of: -Complexity -Low Hanging Fruits -Must Haves -Could Haves -Should Haves -Resourcing Requirements -Budget Requirements -Time to Complete -Value to the Business -Value to End Users The above should help with your prioritization process.
Basecamp is a tool for Managing projects. You can read more about it here: https://basecamp.com/ It's a really good tools with lots of addons and extensions to expand its functionality. Can't say I have any complaints about it, so give it a go :)
It's a tool for Managing projects. A bit like Slack, Trello, Planner and/or Microsoft Teams, but more like all of them combined. You can find more about it here: https://hassl.co/
I agree with Mauricio, ProjectLibre is probably as close as you get to Microsoft Project without actually getting it.
Yes, and it's free! https://www.projectlibre.com/
Yes, I love it! It's a different experience every day and I have the opportunity of working on exciting projects with great people on a regular basis. Doesn't get much better than that from my perspective :)