Create rich text notes and task descriptions. Add ToDos, bookmarks and attachments.
The UI makes structuring your content a breeze. Create rich text content, add tags for topics customers and more. Assign team members for tasks and subtasks. Add bookmarks and assets like office documents or images.
Works seamlessly with MS Teams.
With the built-in time management, you always have control over the time already spent on a project.
Bringing structure to the chaos
One of the biggest hurdles we constantly experience when working together with clients in medium and even large organizations, is an inconsistent way of organizing projects.
This is how it is:
Mails containing first notes for the a new project are exchanged between people responsible.
First collections of notes, tasks and project assets are packed into places where they don’t really belong:
- Mail threads
- Text notes
- Word documents
- Excel Spreadsheets (yes, you can even cram screenshots of design concepts into a table cell…;-)
This content is Dead On Arrival, nothing can easily be reused.
Starting with the first phone call, MS Teams session, live meeting, you name it, everything
is placed into a task where you instantly can bring structure to the chaos:
- Add bookmarks to relevant Information on the the web
- Easily import assets like Office documents, images or even videos
- Assign team members
- Add as many subtasks as needed
All subtasks can have
- Individual users assigned
- Individual timesheets for easy time management
The data structure improves while the projects moves along:
Nothing needs to be entered twice.
The more detailed the project and its development phases become, the more
detailed the task structure in Project Center becomes.
Reusability of data
Current state of affairs
New team members who need to be updated to the current state of affairs need to read all this convoluted data from different sources.
And you don’t really want to be the person responsible for compiling this data…
Because you have to search through every fragment of information that sits inside of these data silos mentioned above.