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I've gone through my fair share of project management tools in the past few years. This is, as memory serves, the tools I've used so far in order:
As you can see, I go back and forth alot. At the time of writing I'm in the process of moving from Basecamp to Trello, I originally moved to Basecamp because my company did so and I find it easier to use the same tool everywhere. That was a mistake.
So, to try and save some people mucking about as I have going back and forth I thought I'd do a quick run down of three of these project management tools.
By far my favourite (RIP Wunderlist 💔), Trello offers a simple, agile approach to projects that definitely benefits those of us who need to see the whole picture all the time - from what's been done to what's on hold.
I started using Asana when I found out it was developed by Facebook founder Dustin Moskovitz, whilst I was Googling everyone in The Social Network, and it turned out to be a pretty good piece of kit. Unfortunately, it's probably too powerful for the needs of a single person... it's very pleasing to look at though 😍
I'd been hearing about Basecamp for years, when the company stated that we were going to be using this for all projects I gave it a whirl. It in the office I found it difficult to keep on top of my work, had no clue what was a priority and there just seemed to be lists everywhere but I had no clue what was what. Avoid if you're in a team any bigger than 3. That being said, when using it for myself on a much smaller scale I actually wuite liked it.
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