If you buy a project management tool online, you may be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are three good ones that are free or at least free to try, so you can find a good option for managing deadlines and projects.
We decided to check out the popular online services, which are good options for assigning papers and tracking progress: Trello, Monday and Asana. However, each has a slightly different focus, so we looked at how each of these tools could attract different types of users. We will see.
Target audience: Project owners who want an elegant way to stay up to date with things in progress.
Trello uses an elegant visual approach to project management. The interface has an agile-inspired Kanban board with load columns displayed on the books. It is a very efficient and friendly way to see what is happening, unfolding or being done.