What's your favorite project management and time tracking software?

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Hey Warriors!

I 'd like to know what is your favorite project management and time tracking software you use at work or for your private activities.

How the perfect project management tool should look like? I mean features, price and the quality/price ratio.

Can't wait for your answers!

Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author CabaMate
    Me, I like using Insightly.

    This has been a great tool to manage my time, projects and keep organised. If you haven't seen it check out insightly.com

    Other than this I have tried the following:

    Basecamp.com - good for projects with multiple people working in different locations.

    Trello.com - designers seem to like this

    Slackplan - this is good for working on website development

    Overall, I would say that it really depends on what you need from the tool and whether you are a visual personal on not - I love Insightly and it organises everything for me and also reminds me and has the ability for business development pipelines and CRM.

    For the most part, all of these offer a free trial without you needing to pay anything so I would try and find one that integrates with the systems you use as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author OlaRybacka
    Currently, I use TimeCamp. I've tried lots of time tracking solutions, even writing my entries on the paper, but TimeCamp does it for me automatically, without switching between tasks (it just tracks the titles of windows and files).

    What is more, TimeCamp has lots of the integrations, and luckily, the following ones with Asana and Xero are available. It is the essential part of streamlining the entire management process for me (I'm a freelancer, I'm working as a part-time copywriter for a few companies).

    TimeCamp offers a free plan, but their premium features are worth paying 6-9$ per month.
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    • Profile picture of the author CreativeDreamrz
      Originally Posted by OlaRybacka View Post

      Currently, I use TimeCamp. I've tried lots of time tracking solutions, even writing my entries on the paper, but TimeCamp does it for me automatically, without switching between tasks (it just tracks the titles of windows and files).

      What is more, TimeCamp has lots of the integrations, and luckily, the following ones with Asana and Xero are available. It is the essential part of streamlining the entire management process for me (I'm a freelancer, I'm working as a part-time copywriter for a few companies).

      TimeCamp offers a free plan, but their premium features are worth paying 6-9$ per month.
      Is really TimeCamp is great? Because i am thinking about to buy this that's why quering.
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  • Profile picture of the author harryvent
    I tried various platform apps, but those aren't fits my requirements. I don't like to mention that tools. Now, I'm using Apptivo for maintain projects activities. Few instance, it improves project team collaboration because it has effective collaboration tool, Gantt representation, set milestones, convert project to invoice (reduce billing work), time tracking, create layout based on my own choice(fully customization) and more. Apart from these price is suitable my business, not complex features and ideal for use.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Originally Posted by thehexagon View Post

    Hey Warriors!

    I 'd like to know what is your favorite project management and time tracking software you use at work or for your private activities.

    How the perfect project management tool should look like? I mean features, price and the quality/price ratio.

    Can't wait for your answers!

    Cheers
    I personally use Basecamp at work and really love it. I don't use anything for time tracking.
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  • Profile picture of the author omnitec1018
    I generally use Time Camp!
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  • I highly recommend Wrike What I overuse in Wrike is its activity stream. We manage remote groups in various nations, yet we take a shot at a similar timetable. What I do is check the action stream where my temporary workers present the connection on their yesterday's achievement reports. On the off chance that I have inquiries or need to relegate an errand I tag/say them appropriate on the bolster to draw their consideration. I got so happy with doing this that I scarcely utilize my email or talk, only this sustain to remain over my groups' yields.

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  • Profile picture of the author Madhukar B
    I generally use Smartsheet and Excel Templates.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Time tracking: Toggl

    Project management: Asana

    For the project management stuff, you have to learn how to use the program so that workflows make sense to you. The program is a shell, and you have to set up the categories and flows. At our company we set things up the way we thought we wanted but after several months it wasn't working the way we expected. So we threw everything out and started over.
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  • Profile picture of the author businessmanic
    Fluxes is the best team collaboration tool I have ever used. It's completely free even for large teams. Fluxes is a very simple to use software with excellent features that will surely help you run a successful project.
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