Run Your Business More Efficiently With These Project Management Tools
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Today I have some project management resources to help you improve your schedule and efficiency. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Growing a small business can easily get off track in your schedule as you add new clients and team members. By organizing your tasks and becoming more focused you can work on more important things. There are helpful online tools that can cut your time in half, and keep tabs on the latest files and communication. Do you need to make your time more efficient? Take advantage of these project management resources, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Get the project done – Basecamp
Get your team and clients together in one convenient place where files and conversations can be shared. Basecamp, available on a computer or your smart device, includes a lot of user-friendly features including file uploads, archiving, status reports, to-do lists, and much more. A two-month free trail is available to get started.
2) Stay on task – Zoho Projects
If you are looking for precise planning with deadlines and milestones then you will love this great tool that will help keep everyone organized and on target for your projects. Zoho Projects is a planning, tracking, and collaboration platform for your desktop or mobile device. Visual insights, and charts are included along with easy uploads and document management. Your business can get started for free with low monthly plans available.
3) Gather your team in one place – Asana
Work from anywhere in the world while collaborating at the same time without the use of email. Asana is easy to use online tool, which can be integrated with other apps like Dropbox, Google Drive, and more. Create calendars, due dates, add attachments, and plan each day from an easy to access dashboard. This is a great way to keep all of your communication and files in one organized place.
4) Manage projects from a board – Trello
If you use Pinterest then this tool will look very familiar in its style. Organizing tasks with visuals and comments can be done privately in your organization or public for your clients and leads. Trello is free to set up and can be used for solo entrepreneurs or small business teams. Sharing is simple with drag and drop features, and updates in real time.
Hopefully you will find these project management tools useful to your brand or business. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
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Wishing you a FAN-tastic week!