Freelancers are not just freelancers.
We are business owners and more often than not we are also the marketing expert, accountant, quality assurance specialist – in short, we wear many hats in order to sustain our freelance business.
With that in mind, having a project management tool is a must for our day to day life. Here is a list of project management tools that can help you and your team manage workflows and clients.
Asana is a project management platform wherein all your project data is held in one place. No need to toggle screens and search for email threads. With Asana, you can easily track your project’s progress. Your team members can also leave comments with their assigned tasks. It offers free membership which lets you access basic features.
Basecamp is where you can create a new project and invite people to accept membership and view the pages. Here, you can introduce your project using the welcome section. From there, any of the invitees can leave comments or updates for you. You can create new tasks, upload calendar events and ask feedback! Basecamp has a unique dashboard to use when managing projects. New members get two months free. After which their plans begin at $20 per month and go up based on what features you’d like and how much storage space you need.
Trello works just like Pinterest – it’s an online pin board of tasks. You create lists on cards and organize them accordingly. You can create to-do lists on each card and store all important information at the back of the cards. Trello is completely free and works for everyone who likes to pin.