Posts TaggedProject Management
It’s now possible to manage projects from the beach, the car, or even in the bathroom thanks to the rise of the iPad. But the last thing you need when working with a project management app on your iPad is something complex and fiddly. Just because an iPhone project management app is complex, it does not always mean it’s more useful. There’s nothing worse than fumbling around on your iPad to use features and functions you neither need or understand.
There are two things you need to think about when it comes to finding the best project management apps for iPad. The first thing is to make sure that the app helps you to assign and distribute work in the right way. The second and equally important thing is that you can instantly analyze project analytics on the move so you can keep on top of project goals. This sounds easy but can be a tricky to get right because iOS project management apps simply don’t give you enough solutions to do both effectively.
Wrike is a powerful collaboration and project management tool that’s aimed at helping improve efficiency, transparency and productivity in organizations.
Wrike is suitable for everyone from freelancers and small businesses to multinational corporations, and is used by companies as big as Adobe, PayPal and MTV so it’s clearly a very powerful and capable tool. The Wrike iOS app allows you to access all of the most important features of the Wrike web app on the move and keep tabs on your team’s projects and activities. This includes the ability to create new tasks, stay on top of important project updates, message team members, and see the most important pending tasks for your team.
It’s Productivity Month on iPad.AppStorm! Throughout July, we plan to share with you all our tips, tricks, apps and resources to help you both improve your iPad experience and work better and more productively!
We’re slowly moving towards a web app culture where a significant part of our collective creation and curation of content is done through online services rather than living solely inside native apps. With this shift, sharing content is an easy process… if you’re looking at just one or two similar types. A service like Flickr is great for sharing photos and putting together albums, but what if you want to bring in a webpage to include? If only you could have a way of presenting all the types of documents you need for a specific purpose together, as one.
That’s where Moxtra comes in — an app that presents itself as a virtual binder of content — bringing in items like photos, videos, web clips and more into a single “folder” of project content. You can then even record a narrated presentation going through the slides of your binder for even easier, enhanced sharing. Let’s take a look! (more…)
RedminePro is one of those apps which I’m sure few of us use, but for those who do it can be of tremendous help. Redmine is a free and very complete project management system which contains a superb issue tracking module. RedminePro allows you to connect to that module and manage your issues effectively.
Read on to check it out!