Project management apps make it easier to get the job done and stay connected with key players. In this post, we’ve rounded up seven of the most popular mobile apps that will keep critical information at your fingertips while facilitating communication among team members and staying on top of timetables and progress.
- Basecamp—With more than 15 million users, Basecamp allows team members to upload files and documents, message one another, create and share to-do lists and calendars, and create personal pages to keep individuals on track. It offers just the right amount of oversight without being too heavy-handed.
- Insightly—Excellent customer relationship management, with centrally organized projects, contact lists, emails, and events. Insightly also has a flexible calendar feature and tagging options.
- Asana—This app is a simple and intuitive tool for managing multiple projects and tracking progress of remote team members, like freelancers. Asana makes it easy to assign tasks and keep track of updates and milestones.
- Wrike—Keep tasks prioritized efficiently with the activity stream and schedule reminders. This is a great app for managing deadlines and staying on task. It also facilitates discussion among team members and makes delegation and organization easier. Free for Wrike users.
- Hall—Make the transition from in-office to remote work spaces more efficient by connecting team members with this app. Offers alerts and the ability for team members to monitor progress on projects or iterations they may not currently be working on.
- Clarizen—Enable social conversations, standardize core processes, and keep tasks efficiently structured and prioritized. Clarizen also offers customizable dashboards, approval processes, actions, and fields, enabling project managers to create a system that adapts easily to a variety of work situations.
- Sqwiggle—Sqwiggle facilitates video chat on demand. It remains passive until you click on an individual’s face, and then it instantly connects via video. This is a useful alternative to Google Hangouts, which are either continuously active video or disconnected altogether.
Mobile apps have made the project manager’s job much easier by facilitating remote connections, social interaction, and task management. These are some of the best apps out there to help you access vital information, address problems, and stay on top of progress from anywhere.
What project management apps have you found to be helpful during a project? Do you have a go-to app that gets the job done for you? Let us know!
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