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Posted 01 February 2013 - 15:40
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 16:12
For general purpose and very easy to use, Trello is quite nice. Free, has mobile apps for iPhone, Android and 8/RT, can export data, etc.
Not sure if it'll fit your project needs, but kind of partial to Yodiz for a hosted solution myself, agile, scrum, issue tracking, source control integration, has mobile apps, all that stuff, free for 5 users.
Friend of mine swears by OnTime (also geared towards developers), has similar features, along with plugins for Visual Studio, Eclipse, etc, not free though.
Posted 01 February 2013 - 16:20
Can't comment on the iPad, but haven't had issues with the site on an Android and Windows tablet's browser. Supposedly they're working on an iPad app though, marked as in-progress on their board.
Trello looks awesome but I don't understand how they only have an iphone app and not an ipad app.
Posted 01 February 2013 - 16:22
Can't comment on the iPad, but haven't had issues with the site on an Android tablet's browser. Supposedly they're working on an iPad app though, marked as in-progress on their board.
Posted 01 February 2013 - 16:25
Yea for a general purpose planning system it's actually quite good, very flexible and absurdly easy to use.. kind of like virtual post-its on steroids. Lots of stuff you can put on the "back" of the cards, customize the workflow, etc etc. Very spiffy for a freebie.
I am definitely going to give this a try. Hopefully the actual app will be out soon but I can live with using it in the browser form for the moment.
Posted 16 July 2013 - 11:08
Well, you already mentioned Evernote, I don't see why you wouldn't use that. It's probably the most cross-device compatible. Now that it has reminders and checklists, it's pretty functional as a project manager.
Posted 19 August 2013 - 13:01
Structured properly, OneNote is actually quite a good way of managing a project - works for me anyway.