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Task Management / To Do lists for Projects

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  1. blackhatbeavis

    blackhatbeavis Regular Member

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    What do you guys use personally to keep track of tasks for web projects.

    I'm launching a new project and need to perform a bunch of tasks; website setup and translations, backlinks, social media accounts, videos, lead generation etc etc.

    Can you suggest the best "To Do" list online?

    PS Im working online on my project.

    Thanks in advance
    Beav
     
  2. stretch361

    stretch361 Junior Member

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    I've used a number of methods. Basecamp works well, as does Trello. I've also used a getting things done system such as Nozbe. You could also do a standard google docs spreadsheet.

    IMO, if you are just doing a simple checklist, and they are repetitive, a google doc spreadsheet works fine.

    If you have multiple people working on projects, get yourself Trello or Basecamp.

    If you are serious about getting things done, read the getting things done book by David Allen. If you can follow that system, use Nozbe.
     
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    dumbodrop Regular Member

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    What's better Trello or Bootcamp. I hear Bootcamp is out of touch with their customer base, but so many people use them?
     
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    Personally, I liked trello better. This was years ago though - which is why i put bootcamp foolishly above instead of basecamp. I tested them both about 3 years ago, so I can't totally tell you how basecamp is now.

    Right now, I use a combination of Nozbe and google docs.

    Here's a pretty good comparison between basecamp and trello: http://www.businessbee.com/resource...project-management-tool-is-best-for-business/
     
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    thanks for the info I have been looking for a task manager type app but havn't been able to find a good solution googling. Nozbe looks like a good choice for me
     
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    stephiedaniel63 Newbie

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    I like to use the cloud based solution which is the most advanced and opted by experts. For that same purpose I have been using the task management software from Replicon.
     
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    +1 for basecamp.

    I haven't really tried any serious alternatives, but that's probably because I haven't needed to. And at around $20 a month for my package, it's super packed with value in my opinion.
     
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    I just use a physical to-do list... pen on paper. Does anyone else but me actually do this? I feel so outdated sometimes.
     
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    I use Asana and find it much better than trello . Never used basecamp as its not free .
     
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    I use Trello and a txt file on my desktop. Works surprisingly well. I get shit done on time!
     
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    Basecamp for me.
    I'm using it and I find it more convenient to manage all my tasks. I've only tried a trial version of Trello though.
    However, if you want to find out more alternatives for these software, I hope this list of project management/task management software will help you decide which tool(s) to use.