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Any Basecamp user looking to add labels or kanban boards to their projects.
Description de Tracked for Basecamp
Labels for to-dos and Kanban boards for projects, all within Basecamps UI.
Informations sur Tracked for Basecamp
Fondé en 2017
Prix de Tracked for Basecamp
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Tracked for Basecamp - Fonctionnalités
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Publié le 17/04/2018
We juggle clients and projects so Basecamp keeps us on top of everything!
Commentaires: A clearer mind because I know that I have captured all the parts of a client or project and I can quickly assign tasks and now that my team is on top of everything.
Avantages: We can organize everything from to-dos to documents to random thoughts about a client or project in one place so it is easy to stay on top of everything or to pick up where you left off.
Inconvénients: one feature that I hope is coming soon is to be able to make a repeating to-do. Right now we change the date but don't have the satisfaction of checking it off every time.
Publié le 30/05/2019
The Didgigo Tracked for Basecamp review
Overall we like trackedhq.
However we would love the following features
- Task dependencies (Blocked by, other task Blocking etc.)
- Temporarily hiding entire columns in the kanban view (When you have 15+ columns in a board it gets hard)
- Better everhour support.
Our team loves both the Kanban boards and the labels.
We only use the personal Kanban boards, and project and personal do not really align for us.
All our staff use the Kanban boards in one of 2 rough ways:
- Each column is a project
- Context switching becomes very quick
- Helps when running multiple projects at once and knowing what the next task in each project is. By Timeframe
- Each column is a timeframe
- Examples include (Q1 2019, Q2 2019, This month, This week) The labels are used in a number of ways - Tracking which clients certain todo's affect
- Tracking whether some task is blocked (This should really be a separate feature)
- Tracking milestones or release targets for issues (Again should be a seperate feature)
- Tracking issue severity
- Tracking issue priority
Inconvénients: Not specifically a trackedhq issue. When clicking a todo in the Kanban board it comes up in a custom dialog. This BREAKS the everhour basecamp integration. We were using tracked to quickly jump between tasks and assign time to everhour. Im unsure exactly how the Everhour plugin works but i assume it requires the full task page (Like how Kanban used to be).
Publié le 19/12/2019
Tracked Makes Basecamp Even More Efficient!
Commentaires: Love that Tracked is now a part of basecamp! It feels like it always should have been a part of the software as it allow us to stay in basecamp for all of our project needs, rather than jumping in between software and has made us more efficient in our day to day projects!
Avantages: We love using basecamp with some of our partners to easily keep track of a project, but Tracked has increased that organization tenfold. We can keep everything from a task list to assets to comments all in one place so that we can all easily stay on top of the project!
Inconvénients: It would be nice to have Tracked in the desktop and/or mobile apps, as I sometimes am on Basecamp from my phone. Overall, not much I would change!
Publié le 03/12/2019
Look out JIRA! There's a new player in town!
Commentaires: Great ROI delivered already from the time savings alone. The UI responsiveness really sealed the deal!
Avantages: Coming from using JIRA for years, Tracked was a breath of fresh air! So much better performance when dealing with large scale project management.
Inconvénients: Some of the workflows seemed non-intuitive to me, but that was probably just because I was used to JIRA! I'll get used to it eventually.
Publié le 29/01/2019
Good idea for an integration, but pretty limited in functionality
Commentaires: I was initially really excited about including a virtual Kanban Board, but with only two options to display the card (one too specific and the other too general), it doesn't really meet our needs the way we had hoped. Also, the inability to copy labels from one project to another (or put them into templates) and lack of any real reporting or exporting and sorting capability was disappointing. Overall, I thought it would be more useful than it actually is for our needs.
Avantages: I like the virtual Kanban Board, and that you can customize and save a standard setup for your team to use over and again for future projects. The drag and drop makes it easy to use, and it is nice to have individual Kanban Boards within each project as well.
Inconvénients: A few things: I didn't like that labels don't copy from one project to another, and that you can't set labels in project templates. It would be nice to be able to export the to-dos with labels so you can report on them and sort the data, but that doesn't seem to be possible. Also, you only have two options to display cards, and neither of them are quite good enough. One is to display every item on every to-do list (including the lists itself, which is confusing) as a card, and this takes a really long time to sync if you have a lot of projects. The other is just to display the projects as cards, which is too broad when a project has multiple To-do lists and several features being worked on at once.