This is the page that you see as soon as you log in. It allows you to quickly assess the state of your projects. This page shows information about the last 5 events of every active project. It also displays tasks that are due soon and overdue tasks, if there are any. The right column shows the list of all active projects.
This section gives an overview of all active projects in a compact and informative format. The progress, timelines, owners, members and expenditures are all visualized. You can also grant access to archived projects here. The notes are designed for internal use and are visible to project administrators only.
This screen shows all project tasks. There is a choice between an overall task list and a list of tasks per person. You can customize the level of detail displayed. Completed tasks can be hidden. Tasks can be filtered and sorted using a convenient tool. Additionally, mass task editing is available so you can reassign tasks, change priorities, deadlines and anything at all in seconds.
This is the page where work on a task is carried out. A wide array on information is in view: “owner, author, start, finish”, tags, attached files, actual and forecasted costs, as well as any repetitions planned (if this is a recurring task). Comments are located under the task. You can find the subtask block on the right, underneath it, you can see a list of those involved in this task. It’s also easy to subscribe (and unsubscribe) members to an email list with all notifications and updates which relate to the task.
The page contains all of your project’s files. Not only can you view images, but you can also instantly edit documents using Google Docs. You can upload files from your computer and from Google Docs alike. Creating shared .docx, .xlsx and .pptx files is also simple.
All project start and finish dates will appear in this calendar. You can drag and drop any event to a different date. It synchronizes with Google Calendar easily. The team’s birthdays are highlighted in a separate color.
This is a convenient visual project planning and deadline control tool. Each project, task and subtask is given corresponding length of time. You can change the time lengths easily by using the sliders. The Gantt chart also allows you to connect “start-to-start” and “finish-to-finish” tasks
On this screen, you can view and edit companies’ access, add new groups and invite new members to join the project. You can manage the access for all your team members and clients. This section can also be used as a visual contact database with a handy search feature.