5 free project management software you shouldn’t miss
- January 22, 2016
- Posted by: polarishd
- Category: Project Management
Every day the workforce becomes more widely distributed and movable which leads to increase the need for remote project management tools, Bearing in mind the importance of choosing these tools carefully as it can make or break project budgets, schedule, and overall success. In addition to the above, professional project managers that have to handle more than project and team can’t depend on their memories to keep them all organized. And trying to keep everything together it will be unhelpful.
To deliver projects on time and within budget, information needs to be written down, deadlines plotted, and documents shared. So we here get in your hands most helpful project management software that has a free open source version:
Wrike is end-to-end solution takes your projects from initial request to tracking work progress and reporting results. With Wrike, you can Set up tasks, engage your team and integrate with your business tools including Google Apps, Microsoft Excel, Dropbox, and many more is so easy with Wrike. You can even make your emails more productive by converting emails into tasks with a simple click of a button.
A Web-based and mobile (Android and iOS) tool that helps you manage projects by creating tasks and task lists, viewing items on a calendar, assigning them to others, and more, you can quickly upload files as attachments, and the activity feed, which lets you comment and see other user’s comments, much like you do on social networks like Facebook.
Asana is a project management tool that enables teams to track everything they’re working on. With tasks, projects, conversations and dashboards, Asana keeps your work organized, and teammates accountable so you can move work forward faster. Asana also lets you keep track of your work wherever you are with mobile apps for both iOS and Android.
Freedcamp is free for unlimited users and projects. Free accounts are currently limited to 10MB file size limit with unlimited storage on all plans. Freedcamp provides paid features free to non-profits, teachers and students. Users will never be behind because Freedcamp makes sure to add notifications everywhere when there’s an update (and they’re innocuous, like a Facebook notification, so they don’t get in the way). Freedcamp has optimized its website for mobile use and offers an iOS app.
Taiga is a project management application that can handle both simple and complex projects for startups, software developers, and other target teams. It tracks the progress of a project. With Taiga, you can use either Kanban or Scrum template, or both. Backlogs are shown as a running list of all features and User Stories added to the project.
It’s free for one private project with four collaborators and unlimited public projects. Taiga.io doesn’t limit any of its features with its free version.
Finally, if you have any previous experiences with the above project management tools or any recommendations for another tools, please let me know them in the comments below.