Ask DN: What project management tool do you use?

5 years ago from

At my current firm we use Trello for managing projects: we use different boards for different clients and then manage tasks, client info, etc. with lists inside these boards. However, as we grow and gain more clients we've began to find this a bit unmanageable (esp. trying to find to-dos buried inside each board).

At the moment we're open to trying something new, or else rethinking and streamlining.

Just wondering, what project management tool do you use, and how do you find it?


  • Meanu NormiaMeanu Normia, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    We moved from basecamp to (http://www.proofhub.com) reason was group chat we tried other tools too but it is best suited Cloud based PM software. Its a feature rich tool have many other awesome features too like gantt chart, casper mode, custom roles. Choose the best one according to the features you need. I will recommend proofhub and trello.

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  • Rich Lunghino, 5 years ago

    We moved from Trello and are using Teamwork (https://www.teamwork.com/). It has good UI and functionality. You can track time as well and it's pretty sleek and fast.

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  • Bud ParrBud Parr, 5 years ago

    Check out Podio (https://podio.com). It's something like a SaaS-based Filemaker database that has team communication and is highly configurable, and has various views, like card-based (something like Trello), etc.

    It's great both for managing projects and storing all the data that comes with them. My only complaint is that it's quite slow compared to Trello and Basecamp, but it's functionality is unparalleled.

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  • Murat MutluMurat Mutlu, 5 years ago

    We use Asana and it does the job really well

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