An easy and user-friendly platform where you can manage your projects online without any hustle. With the help of this software, teamwork gets quite flexible and time saving. Apart from tracking and managing project work, several other intuitive features and functions combinedly come with this app such as accounting, marketing, time tracking, cloud storage, scheduling Gantt charts, milestones and progress reports and lots more! It can also be embedded into your own website. The collaboration tools include commenting, tagging, projections and calendar management. You can avoid unnecessary meetings as communicating to your team members are easier with Teamwork Projects.
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|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||Project Management Software|
$9.00 per User per Month billed Yearly
$11.25 per User per Month billed Monthly
$15.00 per User per Month billed Yearly
$18.75 per User Month billed Monthly
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I like the appearance of Teamwork the best. The interface is very clean and attractive - not too busy. The responsiveness goes along with the appearance, with little or no waiting for anything to happen.
I dislike the fact that the entire page scrolls at the same time and you can't lock the headings in place or scroll individual columns. I also dislike the fact once tasks are completed you can't display them again in the same structure as before they were completed or drag them into other lists or as sub-tasks under other tasks. We use completed projects as documentation.
Have a plan for how you will integrate it with file storage.
We use it extensively for purchasing and project management. Communication is much better than it was before using teamwork and everything is trackable.
Continual development and enhancement of tools from Teamwork. Integration of teamwork desk support system integrated into projects to keep areas isolated but integrated.
Lack of raw email integration to clients.
WIth any system like this, you absolutely have to commit to everyone using the system 100%. There can be no data or items exempt from going in the system. Everyone has to be 100% committed, otherwise you will miss things. This seems obvious, but we experience users that are only comfortable with their siloed email and information. Essentially, they are only comfortable running their world from their own email account.
Task management, time management, billing management, resource management
I love having start and due dates on tasks. I love have time estimates on tasks. I love being able to assign a task to more than one person (not just assigning multiple followers, which you can do as well).
It took a while but I've come to love the dashboards. I love the Harvest Time Tracking Integration. I'm begining to love the HubSpot integration too.
After looking at Redbooth, Asana, Avaza, BaseCamp, Jira, Trello, Podio, Wrike, MavenLink, Dubsado, Monday, and more... of the course of years. Many of which I "loved at first" and grew to hate, Teamwork Project is the one I actually like even more today than when we started using it.
Unlike SifterApp (which we otherwise love) and Asana/Trello (which we sort of liked), Teamwork Projects is a full features PM tool with a project space that can keep digital files together (gDrive/Dropbox integrations, or direct upload). Timelines and charts... all the stuff you want for major projects, but it's still easy enough to use.
Two big things. First, I wish the time reports worked properly with Harvest Time Tracking. While you can have both enabled, there is no syncing between the two so it'd but super confusing. Use one or the other.
Second, we have used and loved SifterApp where you can comment and in commenting assign the issue to the next person that needs to act on it. I live tht behavior and am always frustrated I can't do that commenting on taks in Teamwork Projects. You have to comment, and then seperately change the owner, status, etc..
We've bounced through a lot of PM tools, we really feel in love with SifterApp but the lack of a "project space" really hurt us. Teamwork really hits all our needs from records managment (attaching design files, contracts, etc..) and timelines, planning, monitoring and time tracking.
Quick and reliable Kanban view. Very nice way to filter tasks, especially per comments. So as an administrator and as regular users, it becomes very easy to set up and use the different tasks.
Teams can be easily separated and managed in each project.
In addition, filtered and customized notifications make my life easier. And its integration with Zapier too! woohoo!
I am still not a big fan of the mobile application. It needs major improvements. Onboarding was a bit of a hassle in the beginning. It took me some time to figure out the best way to onboard my team. It would've been nice to suggest a series of email that can help the team get onboarded. I had to create my own series of emails to onboard the team.
As you implement Teamwork Projects, do not enable all the features at once. Take some time with onboarding your people.
I have a remote team spread across multiple time zones. We needed a tool that allows us to create tasks in a kanban style while maintaining a good grasp to follow up through time zones.
Teamwork.com helped us diminish our emails usage.
At this stage, the team knows how to use the tool. We might not be using it to its full capacity yet. But we continue to enhance our daily usage to it. Mainly because the team needs continuous education on how to use Teamwork Projects.
The efficiency of working with the program is very high. It's so easy to add projects, and very intuitive to use.
Nothing I can think of. Really nothing I can think of.
We have streamlined our whole project workflow using Teamwork Projects. We used to do this by hand (8 years ago) for a team of 9 designers, wich was risky and time consuming. I can't imagine working without it anymore!
1. Flexible. Free to add more information as things develop.
2. All team members can use
3. File handling
Not able to merge/supersede duplicate files already loaded
Easy to learn and feature filled. Little or no "training" requires.
Inconsistent loading and basic functionality
Communication with team members, assignment tracking.
We really like the customizability of tasks and subtasks, but the task templates have been a great time saver and made a huge difference in productivity.
Some features are still difficult to use, at least for some of our less technically savvy employees. While I find the interface easy to navigate and understand, some are overwhelmed by the options available and have trouble following complex tasklists with specific processes. I suspect this is more of a problem in our company and setup than in others.
Depending on your business, setup can be very quick and very easy, or fairly complex. That being said, it's easy to know what to do in getting this set up.
We've organized our workloads and made big strides in keeping track of which employees and contractors are doing what and when. The visibility of the dashboard is a big help in keeping track of workloads.
I like the constant upgrades, the layout and the design of the software.
I wish you could assign a template task to multiple people so that each one of them had to do that task.
Teamwork projects do a very good job of improving their software on a regular basis.
It allows us to work remotely and stay on task for projects. It allows us to realize if a project is still on track or has been "forgotten" about.
I migrated to teamwork projects from basecamp in 2013 and have stayed ever since.
Currently, use it to manage a team of 25 people across the world.
We also use the teamwork desk app which we love.
I like the robust task management features best.
The time tracking app is no good, it is easy for things to go wrong -e.g. accidentally track the time on two open windows concurrently, leave the timer running etc. I would not trust it's accuracy at all.
Successfully managing a virtual team collaborating on multiple projects.
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