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10 Free Tools For Effective Project Management

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  1. Dana says:

    This is a great list! There seem to be a lot of great project management tools available. Another strong small business project management solution is OnePlace. It has hierarchical projects and supports agile development. If you want to check it out, the URL is http://www.oneplacehome.com – maybe some other readers would find it beneficial as well.

  2. Sunny Kumar says:

    Great tools for project management

  3. Andy Moles says:

    Thanks for this awesome list! I feel that project management solutions like Taroby http://www.taroby.com could easily feature in this list, with its amazing set of features. Do check it out!

  4. Nice list. I specially prefer to use Open Atrium(http://openatrium.com/), which is based on Drupal and easy to install and tracks(http://www.getontracks.org/), which is based on Getting Things Done.

  5. Priyanka D says:

    I would also suggest DeskAway, we have a basic free plan with no expiry. It can be a good free tool for freelancers or small teams.

  6. Morten Najbjerg says:

    Opengoo isn’t called Opengoo anymore. Now it’s Feng Office – just like the commercial version… although it is still possible to download it as open source.
    This is a real underdog… IMO it’s a great web app that doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

  7. Niceman says:

    This’s good list apps for project management. I’m used PHProjekt, it’s easy programm for work of my projects.

  8. Robert Allen says:

    Our company has been using Doolphy http://www.doolphy.com for some time now and we’re very happy with it. The application is in Beta version and can be used for free. There is no limit in the number of users or the number of reports that can be created. It is helping us a lot with the management of our tasks. I recommend it.

  9. Robert Allen says:

    Our company has been using Doolphy http://www.doolphy.com for some time now and we’re very happy with it. The application is in Beta version and can be used for free. There is no limit in the number of users or the number of reports that can be created. It is helping us a lot with the management of our tasks. I recommend it.

    Best regards.

  10. charliez says:

    In the desktop arena you misssed Open Workbench, excellent app. In the web based arena NetOffice Dwins is a good old app based in phpCollab. And in the development project management like RedMine and Opengoo, it is worth mentioning Code Spaces and Unfuddle…

  11. PM Hut says:

    These tools might work for freelancers wishing to manage projects on their own, but companies should looks elsewhere. If I’m not mistaken, none of these products offer reliable customer support (either by phone, web, etc…).

  12. Kb says:

    Agencies/Companies should check out Stacks. It’s by far the most visually pleasing and easy-to-use group task management app I’ve ever used. It excels in a group setting.

  13. I am one of the developers for freedcamp.com which will be an online free project management solution that competes with basecamp for every inch of features plus much more!

  14. Excellent list! Thanks for sharing.

  15. idagency says:

    Great post, very useful, I didn’t know Collabtive and it looks great with a clean interface, I will probably use it if features are nice too.

  16. I use Redmine and like this so much !

  17. tibi says:

    You should also add jxProject to the list.

  18. bayu says:

    great. i never though like this

  19. Dan says:

    If you’d like a tool for managing your time and projects, you can use this application inspired by David Allen’s GTD:

    http://www.Gtdagenda.com

    You can use it to manage and prioritize your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, schedules and a calendar.
    Comes with a mobile version too, and with an Android app.

  20. Anthony says:

    I have chosen http://kanbantool.com -best project management tool ever!

  21. Emma says:

    Here’s a free tool: knowledge! The right software will only take you so far, so it’s important to know how to apply a little common sense. We’ve discussed it in detail here: http://blog.bitzesty.com/5-ways-to-keep-a-web-project-on-the-rails-0

  22. Managing a project plays crucial role in any process and its worth even to pay for project management software , i am sharing here one more web based project management tool which can help you a lot , http://www.project-drive.net/

  23. SantexQ says:

    Another great online project management tool is SantexQ. It’s great for task and time management. Basic accounts are free.

  24. Sam Kidd says:

    Always hard to do a blog post like this when there are just so many good project management systems out there now, one of which I would like to think is our one http://www.teamworkpm.net

    As much as I would love to say ours is the best, each tool has it’s strengths and weaknesses. It really come down to how you operate your business and trying to find the system the works the best for you and is the best fit your business.

    Blog posts like this are great because it puts a lot of links in one place which helps to make finding a system which suits just a small bit easier.

  25. yadi says:

    is the great tool and free. thanks.

  26. lv says:

    This’s good list apps for project management. I’m used PHProjekt, it’s easy programm for work of my projects.

  27. Mohammed Tabrez says:

    this was helpful, thank you very much !!

  28. Dave says:

    Hello

    I use Moonlite for project management. It runs as software as a service, you pay as you go. It is really simple and easy to use. You can add as many users and customers as you like.

    It also has some basic time management with reporting, chat and e-mail notifications.

    They also have a 30 day trial version here: http://moonlitepro.com

    Best,
    Dave

  29. Omer says:

    I wanted to give my preferred PM tool a mention here. Dooster brilliantly combines all your PM tasks as well as email. Again as with those mentioned above you can increase and decrease users at any time too. http://www.dooster.net

  30. Hi All!..have a look at Contrich.com

    It is an issue tracker for marketing content writers with features like inline content editing, content review, content verification and many more built into it and can prove to be an effective content collaboration tool for the teams in a web project.

  31. James McKay says:

    Hi, great list but over a year old. Looking at all the comments could do with a rework? Suggest to include http://unifiedinbox.com as well – a great tool for the communication part of project management as it lets you share email accounts, folders and directly connects to project management web apps like Basecamp.

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