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Can you recommend a good project management software?

project management software include story management, task management, bug management and so on.
Sep 12 '17 #1
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Try this free web based team management tool called Fluxes. With their live chat and real time update you can effortlessly manage projects from one single place.
Nov 21 '17 #2
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For managing both project and non-project work, I recommend Wrike or Celoxis. (LiquidPlanner is a good pick too, but it's best for large groups.) If your team spends a lot of time discussing and iterating visual assets, ProofHub is a great choice. And if your looking for services then i'll recommend outsource ux design.
Jul 5 '21 #3
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I'm using Wrike, Trello and Youtrack. They all perform different functions, a common tool is unlikely to be found.
May 6 '22 #4
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There are a number of good project management software options available, so it is important to choose the one that is best suited for your needs. Some of the most popular include Asana, Trello, and Basecamp.

Each of these tools has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it is important to take the time to learn about them before making a decision.

Additionally, it is also important to keep track of updates and enhancements as they occur in order to remain current with the latest trends. Make sure that you test out each tool before using it in production mode on your website or client projects.

Ultimately, choosing a good project management software isn't difficult but does require some extra effort on your part.
May 13 '22 #5

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