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Project Management Tool

Hello everyone!

I was wondering if anyone might be able to suggest a VERY easy to use project management tool. My organization is small, about 20 would be using it and they are very change resistant. We do not need anything fancy, simply something that will allow people to complete forms, add and schedule project task lists and mark something as complete.

I would love some recommendations if you have the time. Google is great and all, but I would really like some feedback from others on what they have found success in using.

Thank you very much. I appreciate you taking the time to read my post!

Take care,

Katy Jones
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Katy -

What are the specific capabilities or features you are looking for as there are hundreds of tools out there?


Asana is suppose to be pretty good.
1 reply by Katy Jones
Jul 11, 2018 5:50 PM
Katy Jones
Thank you very much. It is on my list as a potential.

Pretty much came here with the same comment as Kiron.

Jul 11, 2018 4:20 PM
Replying to Sante Vergini
Asana is suppose to be pretty good.
Thank you very much. It is on my list as a potential.

We're looking at tools right now and our IT department recommended a look at Teamwork. I have not used it, but the company offers a 30-day free trial. The fact that it has mobile support is important and I highly recommend keeping in mind that as your team uses a tool, it will find other capabilities useful (like collaboration, time tracking, etc.). Look beyond today, so that you don't put yourself in a position to force transition to another tool too soon! Good luck - there are many options, so collaborate with your team, write down the requirements and rank them (know what's most important) - then start assessing.

Asana as mentioned and Wrike are my recommendations.

MS-Office Tools including Excel & Outlook will satisfy the said requirements

Hey Katy,

I'd bee happy, too, if you could share more details: What's already there? What's actually needed?

But for now I just leave agantty here. It maybe a candidate. :)

Few Suggestions.

Google Docs
Zoho Project
Liquid Planner
Office 365 (MS Teams and Planner)

I like Zoho, although I haven't tried their Agile product yet.
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