A project collaboration and management software that is useful for teams across diversified organizations including marketing, finance, HR, digital agencies, event planning, construction, manufacturing etc. The software provides intuitive Gantt charts along with task management, task level communication, file sharing and time tracking. It is a web based software that simplifies communication among the co-workers and maintain a database in which all documents are saved. Few other functionalities are resourcing team, planning projects, task scheduling, setting priority levels on tasks, mapping out projects with milestones, deliverables, deadlines and interdependencies.
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|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud||Category||Project Management Software|
$0 Per Month
$7.90 Per User Per Month Billed Annually or $9.95 Per User Per Month Billed Monthly
$12.45 Per User Per Month Billed Annually or $14.95 Per User Per Month Billed Monthly
Customized plans for large teams and special needs. Contact the vendor for detailed pricing.
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 28/03/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
Pros: I like how easy it is to pick up and understand this software- when I first started using it, I was familiar with the idea of gantt charts but had never used software to make one (minus a crude excel version). The software was very easy to pick up and start making charts, and has helped me more effectively manage both big and small projects! It has been really useful to review assignments with my team, and I especially appreciate the ability to assign specific tasks to individuals.
Cons: Before getting the premium version, I tried the free trial for a week to get a feel for how the tool worked and if it would be useful for me. It had enough features for me to understand how a gantt chart worked and see the use case for them, but it was difficult to actually apply/get started with my projects based on the limited features available.
Overall: I don't know that I'm doing anything to complex with the software (I'm not using features such as the sync to calendar), but from what I've seen thus far it has been a useful tool.
Pros: We can easily monitor our progress by putting percentage chart.
Easily view the schedule
Cons: Unable to add many dependencies.
Difficult to move around.
There is lots to like about TeamGantt. I believe it is the most intuitive and easy to use Gantt chart planning tool on the market today. If you hate Microsoft Project (like I do), you may very well love TeamGantt. I like having multiple views (Gantt, List, Calendar). I also appreciate the daily emails that remind team members what tasks they are supposed to be working on that day. All in all, this is great software.
About the only thing I can say at this point is that I hate having to pay for it (even though their pricing is pretty reasonable to me). The only part of TeamGantt that wasn't so easy-peasy to figure out was the availability of resources, but I think I have the hang of that now.
Clear communication of what must be done in each project, by whom, and by when. Because TeamGantt is so intuitive and easy to use, team members don't mind updating the plan.
Pros: THE PROGRESS REPORTS. I've been using Basecamp for a little bit now, and while it's a very nice project management application, TeamGantt does the same thing but with progress bars. I love seeing my progress visualized because it's motivates me to get the job done sooner and revise tasks without much guilt.
Cons: How difficult it is to share files. As opposed to Basecamp, I can only share links to files rather than uploading them directly into the dashboard. Some of my clients have issues with Dropbox and Google Drive (reached storage capacity, login issues, file download problems) and I don't want to clog my email box with large files, so I would much rather share said files on the project manager.
Overall: It's not a bad tool, but it needs some touching up.
Compared to several diffrent products with free online proposition TeamGantt is very intuitive for the amount of incredible features they offer on the free account. You will run with all your projects in a matter of minutes. I have intermediate knowledge of project management tools, and was able to get a WBS plan for multiple milestones in minutes. Also, great support features (not obnoxiously interrupting your work, yet easily accessible / visible in case you need to). This is based on my private test period use with only myself using, but it's very likely I will propose to our team to test collaboration features. If you would like to start with something this is the best one I've tried.
At the moment I haven't found anything that would get me to cancel account within minutes of using the product for the first time. The team I'm testing the tool for cannot afford time for steep learning curve, so getting everyone on board with minimum effort is essential. If I can't set up the basic structure of the project within minutes, or I find myself spending more time looking for answers on how to use the tool instead of actually using, I'm cancelling the account immediately. This is the first one I have not cancelled and that I can't wait to see what more I can do with it.
Process efficiency, completion of projects, tasks tracking, effective planning.
Gives the team a visual representation of where we are in a project, the work yet to be done, and where we have come from.
The TeamGantt allocation of resources does not link with the associated Trello project.
This tool is ideal for visually representing a project on a gantt chart. Really easy to move steps around, and to see dependencies. Great for forward planning and also for teams to understand project timelines. Can also allocate tasks to team members. Highly recommended.
We are planning our workload for major projects, which take around six months. This tool gives us a better ability to communicate with stakeholders where our work is at, and what we see coming up. It is also helping us identify possible future issues before they come up.
The integration with Trello allows me to get a better handle on the state of my project without having to set up a separate project tool. I now have the detail in the Trello cards which are assigned to teams but can get my quick visual overview of the progress in TeamGantt.
We were also able to identify several problems in the original plan much more quickly and easily. Since we're tracking the project at the deliverable level, I was able to easily see where dependencies broke down, dates were entered incorrectly, or we had gaps in the schedule.
A) I wish the integration with Trello was tighter: 1) Users or teams could be assigned in Trello and flow to TeamGantt 2) Ability to change percentage complete in Trello 3) Ability to set dependencies on other cards in Trello, as well as a few other things. The way it works now is that I create the Trello card, add the plug-in, set the dates and milestone, and then have to go into TeamGantt to set the team and dependencies.
B) I wish non-TeamGantt users could see the TeamGantt Trello plug-in information, even if simple read-only. They are setting the Trello due date because they don't realize that I have dates already set.
Business problem: Ensuring coordination across several teams on a large project to ensure we meet our target dates.
Benefits: quick and easy ability to check and report on progress. Ability to find costly errors in the plan.
Pros: Good alternative to microsoft project. Keeps everyone organized.
Cons: Functionality to import/export to microsoft excel would be great.
The visual dashboard makes it easy at a glance to know where the team is at. We understand quickly during a sprint review what is behind and what is on task. The content is easy to track and to move around when needed. For our PM it took him little time to go over the tasks and gets our sprints under way in no time. We also love the easiness of access for all team member.
It happens at times that the content to update for each users is not the easiest to process. To update a time spent on task is also not the easiest to process. Something marginal is also a wider use of color coding for tasks or bugs which would allow an easier triaging session.
We solved the amount of work left for our project and the velocity we needed to hit in order to finalise our product on time. We realized that we were severely behind and needed to allocate a lot more tasks to other people in the team who were under utilized. Gantt helped us not get into crunch time.
Team Gantt is super easy to use. Everything is very intuitive and customer support answers quickly if you have any questions. The prints for the projects are easy to customise depending on your view needs. Add to that colors and a clean format, and you have a winning project management tool. Many thanks to the people developing this
If i really have to choose something to dislike is the fact that you don't have an option for a group of milestones for tasks that are repetitive - you can add them in different rows so they're still there, but it would be nice to have this as an option.
Also, maybe a way to group resources would be useful.
Try it out, you will love how easy it is to use.
Construction timeline management for a music festival that has 20 different areas each with multiple structures.
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