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What project management tools do you use?

5 years ago from , CREATORS NEVER DIE

I'm in the process of starting my own agency. The clients I'm bringing are used to keeping a stern eye on the development of projects. What are some top project management software. Preferably with time tracking and invoicing.

20 comments

  • aioute Gao, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Trello is all you need, free of course: https://trello.com/ If you need time tracking, try this one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/plus-for-trello-time-trac/gjjpophepkbhejnglcmkdnncmaanojkf?hl=en

    8 points
  • Antoine PluAntoine Plu, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    http://podio.com is great !

    5 points
  • Adam Simms, 5 years ago

    I use Trello! ;)

    4 points
  • wim roegelswim roegels, 5 years ago

    I like Asana (possible to use harvest for time tracking)

    https://asana.com

    or

    https://asana.com/guide

    for some info

    2 points
  • Will C, 5 years ago

    Aha: aha.io

    JIRA: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira

    Trello: for my personal stuff.

    1 point
  • Robert BulloughRobert Bullough, 5 years ago

    Slack + Teamwork

    1 point
  • Meanu NormiaMeanu Normia, 5 years ago

    Proofhub top the list of project management software because of its amazing user experience and smooth web app. Its like one stop shop which take care of your every need.

    0 points
  • Chris PorterChris Porter, 5 years ago

    Trello for Project management and Harvest for time tracking for us. Sometimes on duo projects, we'll use Wunderlist Pro.

    0 points
  • Account deleted 5 years ago

    For project management we currently use JIRA for ticketing/tracking. We also use InVision to review and comment on more design-focused things. It also serves as a solid prototyping tool.

    I think you'll never find something that's both a great project management tool AND a time-tracking/billing tool. They are kind of independent things. To be honest, if I was starting my own agency, I'd want a legit accounting package to track what's been billed, what's been paid and even keep track of the cost of business (expenses, payroll, etc).

    0 points
    • Dillon Raphael, 5 years ago

      What would you recommend in this case? Regarding an full accounting suite (time tracking, payroll, etc..)

      0 points
      • Account deleted 5 years ago

        A few years ago I used a product called Billings... I'm not sure how it's evolved or not... but worth checking out:

        https://www.marketcircle.com/billingspro/

        I dunno... for the accounting side of things I'd be looking at something like Quickbooks.

        0 points
  • Cihad TurhanCihad Turhan, 5 years ago

    We use jira alongside with bitbucket. Someone opens a issue on jira, we fix on bitbucket and the issue is automatically solved on jira. You can somewhat track your time but it's not the best tool for it.

    0 points
  • Keaton TaylorKeaton Taylor, 5 years ago

    Redbooth. It's really quite good.

    0 points
  • Tristam GochTristam Goch, 5 years ago

    We use Asana internally and give the project owner on the client side access to a Trello board for higher-level view of progress on their project.

    0 points
  • Chris ColemanChris Coleman, 5 years ago

    We use Jira but we're looking into alternatives. It's just overkill and getting it configured to do what we want is a huge pain. We're looking at Pivotal Tracker, which I've worked in previously, but I'm less familiar with the project management features. And of course there's Trello, which is the polar opposite of Jira. I like it for getting work done, but it doesn't give out PMs the tools they need.

    0 points
  • Nathan HueningNathan Huening, 5 years ago

    Asana + Harvest + Slack. All free (except Harvest) depending on how many users / features you need. But then again, if you're a business / professional, you won't have any problem paying for great software to do your job well.

    Long-time Basecamp user (new and classic) who gave Trello a real try. Didn't stick for me -- just doesn't fit how my brain works. Once I got over the learning curve, I'm crazy about Asana.

    0 points
  • Ibrahim NergizIbrahim Nergiz, 5 years ago

    Producteev, its free: https://producteev.com/

    0 points