Recently I've been working with OmniFocus but I'd love to know if there are any good alternatives. Thanks!
Flow is really awesome.
At work we use Basecamp (and even some of our clients), but recently Trello caught my eye. Has anyone made the switch and have any thoughts to share?
At work we use both. Both very nice, but I like Basecamp more.
Edit: Because of integrational use in other tools like HipChat etc.
Kickoff. I doubt the software will get any updates ever again, but our team has enjoyed using it.
I use Trello for task management on my team.
Basecamp. Great for working with clients with many iterations. Also great mobile apps. It's sexy stuff.
Redmine. Probably one of the better ones I've used too.
We just started using Atlassian's Jira at work. It's pretty overwhelming at first, but Wunderlist was too limited for us. So far, I'm really excited.
It's not really a visually pleasing app however, but it could be worse.
Trello, though I use it alone.
We use trello - a board for each product (tasks) and a board for all projects (pipeline). Is simple enough to work really well for our needs.
Is it just me or is their website all busted at the moment? http://cl.ly/image/3y1u0g3I2j3q
At work we use Asana, although I'm trying to wrangle a change over to Basecamp.
Asana is great for organising large amounts of tasks, but I find collaborating with more than 2 other people on tasks and projects to be slightly fiddly. The whole 'assigning' system can be restrictive at times, and people can easily forget tasks not explicitly assigned to them. Give it a try though!