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homebound

Posted: Jul 31, 2010
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I've used some of these tools , but I find some which are not so useful as the others. Here are the list:

Basecamp – Simple online project management and team communication tools, easy to use.

Intervals – Includes time tracking where time and cash value is of each component of the project is accounted for.

Central Desktop - Also an online tool, more features than Basecamp or Intervals.

Wrike - Includes Gantt charts and great integration of email features.

Microsoft Project – More suited to larger businesses and complex projects.

Project.net – Commercially sold open source software, a lower cost option for larger organization.

Have you guys tried all or even some of them? Which do you consider more helpful?


This message was edited May 10, 2011.
Transisto

Posted: Aug 05, 2010
Score: 1



I began working with MindManager 8 , the version 9 (comming next week?) is expected to have Gantt charts so it could be considered a Project manager.

It's the best of the ~10 mind mapping soft I tried. http://info.mindjet.com/EN_WhatsNew9.html


This message was edited Aug 05, 2010.
Hourback

Posted: Aug 14, 2010
Score: -1



I haven't tried any of those.

BUT :-) , I have used ClockingIT extensively:

http://www.clockingit.com/

It's free for either the hosted installation, where you can get your own subdomain, i.e., homebound.clockingit.com, or for downloading and hosting yourself. It runs on Ruby on Rails.

I will miss lots of good stuff, I'm sure, if I attempt to list features here.
SRhyse

Posted: Aug 14, 2010
Score: 2



Posted by Hourback:
I haven't tried any of those.

BUT :-) , I have used ClockingIT extensively:

http://www.clockingit.com/

It's free for either the hosted installation, where you can get your own subdomain, i.e., homebound.clockingit.com, or for downloading and hosting yourself. It runs on Ruby on Rails.

I will miss lots of good stuff, I'm sure, if I attempt to list features here.

I'm a big fan of clockingit.com too. All free, all great.
Transisto

Posted: Aug 17, 2010
Score: -1



MyLifeOrganized + MindManager goes hand in hand,

MLO seams advanced enough for complex Project Management,

I'm switching to this definitely as I found no way to sync MLO with Toodledo reliably.


This message was edited Aug 18, 2010.
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