We’ve tried a lot of project management tools but I have to say, Trello.com has been working well for us.
It’s simple to get started so you don’t need to explain it to the team. It’s flexible so it suffices for all sorts of projects. They have mobile apps so it’s easy to know what’s happening with the product while on the go.
We’ve created 5 separate boards in Trello named Web, iOS, Android, Content and General.
Each of the boards have ‘To Do’, ‘Doing’, ‘Done’ lists along with a few other lists as deemed fit by the respective teams working on them.
I also try to use Trello for my own personal use though I’ve seen myself using Any.Do more often for my personal needs. I’m seriously considering moving my personal task management to Trello as well.
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Following up with people can get unexpectedly positive results. But it can be a big pain in the ass remembering whom to follow up with.
I use Boomerang and I think you should too. Send an email and ask boomerang to inform you a day later if no one replies to the email.
Start following up, start winning!
You do not want to miss emails that may be sent to the wrong email id in your domain.
Use a catch all so that any emails sent to non existent email ids reach you.
If you own example.com and legit emails are email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and someone happens to send email@example.com then make sure this email reaches you.
Good things can happen due to this.
Build one feature and Build 2 ways to grow that feature.
We have a lot of ideas at JustUnfollow but we implement those first that are more likely to help us spread.