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Farzad Ban

Farzad Ban

Community Staff Stockholm I run @3drops. We designed DN. Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Allan G. Farzad has invited Joachim Löfstedt

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Sergie Magdalin , Jun 26, 2017

    Hi Sergie,

    Thanks, teamweek is a resource planning app while Roadmap is a project planning and team scheduling app. Its designed to help managers to plan any type of project in any size with ease, and share them with their team members or outside stake holders by sharing the link. Roadmap also helps you to automate your team scheduling process, follow-ups, compare estimates with actual time and much more.

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Jonas Spott , Jun 26, 2017

    Thank you Jonas, glad you like Roadmap. Check out our Multi layout to group phases. Let me know if that works better for planning campaigns.

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Jon Myers , Jun 13, 2017

    Hey Jon, 



    Glad you liked Roadmap and thank you for your detailed feedback. 
 With Roadmap, we are starting from the bigger picture and working our way down to the details. 
We believe successful projects start with a well-defined plan that is visually clear to all members involved.
Everyone can see the master plan for the project instead of having them focused on their day to day tasks created by the manager while the managers sit with the plan in their head.

    

With Roadmap everyone can see: - Which phases a project consist of (ex. Design, Development, Marketing) - What each phase means in terms of actionable tasks and who’s responsible for them - Who’s working on what and how their work is connected to each other - Milestones, when things are due and what everyone is working towards

    So in short, the goal of Roadmap is to make that plan accessible to everyone for better communication and transparency. 
— Workflow and the reasoning behind our plan to integrate Roadmap with task management apps like Trello, Asana, Jira: In terms of your current workflow, Roadmap serves as an overview for apps like Productboard, Asana and Jira. 
All of these different task management apps focuses on day to day tasks and it makes it harder for you and your team to get the overview they need to understand the current status of the entire project, where they are and what they are working towards.

    So with the Trello (and other task management apps like Jira, Asana etc) we are able to pull all these tasks to our backlog so you can easily group the tasks and drop them into the plan to get the overview you need to understand the bigger picture and keep track of the deliveries/milestones in order to take the project from point A to B with clear estimates and later compare these estimates with actual times when the project is done. (longest sentence ever)

    Roadmap also helps managers with following up by notifying you and your team when things are due, weekly/daily priorities and it alerts you when someone doesn’t have anything to work on in advance or who has too much on their plate and much more.

    Hope that helps. Happy to jump on a call with you to have a deeper chat about why we built Roadmap and what we are aiming to accomplish with our app. My email: farzad@3dro.ps

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to T. F. , Jun 13, 2017

    No scrum board, Roadmap is currently focusing on giving you the birds eye overview of all your projects and your teams schedules. We are working on Trello, Jira, Asana integrations so you can easily import the tasks and drop them in the plans to get the overview you need.

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to CTodd Lombardo , Jun 13, 2017

    Email me at farzad@3dro.ps

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Diego Lafuente , Jun 13, 2017

    thanks, glad you liked it.

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Chris Kalani , Jun 13, 2017

    Thank you Chris

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  • Posted to Roadmap — plan projects and manage resources with ease, in reply to Bobby Giangeruso , Jun 12, 2017

    ❤️

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  • Posted to DN 2.0 Status Report: Markdown Preview, Pixel Picker, and More, in reply to Jonathan Shariat , Jul 30, 2015

    Happy to make you guys happy.

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