If advanced project management software seems exaggerated, Todoist provides an easy and inexpensive way to keep your team’s projects on track.
Task management software is great for planning, managing concurrent deadlines, and creating a visual snapshot of where things are. But when you lead a team, you and your colleagues probably need to make their own lists. What if you consolidated team and individual task management into a single system, in this case Todoist, where you can create projects, add tasks, and assign people to complete them?
While Todoist is best known as a personal productivity tool, you can use it to delegate, set deadlines, share files, add comments to tasks, and track the progress of team projects. It also offers the ability to integrate and sync with other applications and services that you can use, such as Slack or Microsoft Teams. And it helps you separate your personal and work projects, while staying on the same interface.
Todoist is available through any web browser and as an application for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS and more, so you and your colleagues will have access to it from anywhere.
Here’s how you can make Todoist work better for your team.