The Different Project Management Tools

Before I start this post, let me just put a disclaimer: this post is NOT sponsored by any of the project management tools I mentioned. This is my way of sharing a list of my personal favorites. With these tools, I am hoping that you can manage your tasks better, and make exceptional projects with your team. Collaborating and working has never been this easy.

  • First on the list is: GitScrum. I know, you’d probably wonder why I have this on my list. It’s a fairly new project management tool, but GitScrum has additional features that many of its contemporaries lack.
  • For example, it has a feature to track working hours. Additionally, it has the ability to detect bugs and see the latest bug reports. GitScrum proves useful to managing workflows, creating lists, scheduling tasks, and formulating reports. File sharing among team members is made easy. Members can receive push notifications on the current tasks, and as well as, the newly added tasks.
  • Compatibility ain’t a problem because popular apps like Dropbox, Discord, Asana, and Trello can be linked to your GitScrum account. The best part? GitScrum is free the first 3 users. If have a team with 10 members, monthly costs would start around $12.00.
  • Number 2 is Clarizen. This is suitable for larger businesses. If you want to ensure the automation of your services down to do the way you work, collaborate, and create with your whole workforce, Clarizen is the perfect solution.
  • It will definitely speed up the process of bringing a project to life. Clarizen is the best partner you have especially if you have recurring projects. With its impressive and flexible features, you are in safe hands. You can start by availing Clarizen’s free trial. The paid version starts at $60 per user.

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  • Next on the list is ZenHub. They stand by their motto, which is to help teams make phenomenal things. It’s no surprise that brands such as Spotify, Docker, and Adobe use ZenHub to manage tasks.
  • With ZenHub, you can handle tasks without interrupting the current workflow. Teams can freely work on separate tasks. It remains to be one of the cheaper alternatives to Trello. An account per user will only cost you $5 every month. If you are still having second thoughts, you can take advantage of the 14-day free trial.
  • I’m telling you… if you want a user-friendly project management tool that can migrate and automate data without a hitch, ZenHub is your answer. Plus, you can quickly integrate your files with 3rd party applications.
  • Last but not the least, I introduce to you – LeanKit! The Leankit for teams starts at $19 per user.
  • This cloud-based project management tool has a wide array of features including customizable tasks boards, virtual white boards, and other visualization tools. You can also plan and organize backlogs, manage current tasks, personalize each task boards, and even add different colors to it.
  • Generating reports is also part of the basic package. So, LeanKit is a holistic solution to your business. Whether you have a small team or an established enterprise, LeanKit has customizable plans for your needs.