Taskworld est une solution de gestion de tâches et de projets basée sur le cloud qui combine des tableaux de tâches visuels, des analyses de projet, des graphiques de burnup et de burndown, un groupe d'applications, une messagerie privée, etc. Les applications natives pour iOS et Android permettent aux utilisateurs de recevoir des notifications en temps réel, d'accéder à des fichiers partagés et de collaborer avec leur équipe, où qu'ils se trouvent.
Avec Taskworld, les utilisateurs peuvent créer et gérer des projets et utiliser des listes de tâches ou des tableaux Kanban pour gérer des flux de travail en fonction de leurs préférences. Les tâches peuvent être déplacées dans des listes par glisser-déposer, attribuées aux membres de l'équipe, inclure des dates d'échéance, des balises et des étiquettes. Les tâches récurrentes peuvent être définies sur une base quotidienne, hebdomadaire, mensuelle ou annuelle, ce qui évite aux utilisateurs de créer en permanence des tâches répétitives à partir de zéro. De plus, les projets peuvent être copiés ou créés à partir de modèles. Des tâches individuelles peuvent également être liées à plusieurs projets, permettant aux utilisateurs de mettre à jour la même tâche sur plusieurs sites en une seule étape. Des points peuvent être attribués aux tâches en fonction de leur difficulté, puis organisées en fonction de leurs scores relatifs. Les utilisateurs peuvent également commenter des tâches pour tenir les membres de l'équipe au courant des progrès ou des problèmes.
Taskworld inclut une messagerie en ligne qui permet aux utilisateurs d'échanger et de s'envoyer des messages. Les canaux publics peuvent être utilisés pour envoyer des messages à l'ensemble de l'organisation ou créer des groupes privés et des discussions individuelles pour communiquer avec certains membres de l'équipe. Les fichiers peuvent être téléchargés dans Taskworld pour être partagés avec les membres de l'équipe à l'aide du téléchargement par glisser-déposer. Ils peuvent également être envoyés avec des messages en tant que pièces jointes et les utilisateurs peuvent immédiatement afficher un aperçu des images. Les utilisateurs peuvent également envoyer des messages et y répondre depuis leur boîte de réception, ainsi que recevoir des notifications par e-mail.
Les tableaux de bord de Taskworld offrent aux utilisateurs une vue d'ensemble des projets avec la possibilité de filtrer les tâches par date d'échéance, statut, membre d'équipe affecté, etc. Toutes les tâches planifiées sont affichées dans un calendrier interactif et l'avancement du projet peut également être visualisé sur une timeline et des graphiques de burnup ou de burndown. L'état d'intégrité du projet peut également être suivi via l'aperçu de la liste de tâches qui informe les utilisateurs des tâches planifiées, terminées, en retard ou n'ayant pas de date d'échéance.
Everyone, even those who are disorganized and generally resist this type of discipline was able to get on board and get up to speed right away - and I mean immediately. So that was great!
Right now - the team likes it more than I do in the CEO/COO role - but it is a great fit for the right useage.
Control your expectation level:
If you want it up and running now - no learning curve - got to have this.
If you value simplicity and a few features over tons of options - this is your best choice.
If you are a solopreneur or a smaller business, and want to keep track of several (or lots) of projects and be able to very simply choose who gets access to what files and lists, this is it.
If you set it up to remind you about everything you've input - it will surely do that - this system will remind the hell out of you!
It's like anything else - you have to commit to it's use and any applicable team members for it to work.
This is also a GREAT system to BEGIN with if you're not sure what you should be doing, keeping track of, and so forth.
If you are the overarching control manager freak type who wants to know every second who is doing what - what is coming in, and going out - how much it's costing - chances of closing sales, and so forth - this system is NOT for you.
Bottom line - It delivers way more than it costs - and for beginners - is the system to start with.
Disclaimer is - if you have a LOT of users - it can get more expensive - but all of these SaaS are designed that same way.
We are a direct sales B2B company with lots of Reps and lots of creatives fulfilling on SMS, websites desktop and mobile menu driven, SEO, press releases, book editing, formatting and publication.
Intuitive-this system is very simple to learn and use.
Basic stream lined design, just like using a file cabinet.
Would definitely suggest this to those who need a system with JUST the basics - and don't want to be overwhelmed with a ridiculous learning curve.
Customer service is great and responsive and personable, which in this day and age is always a very big surprise and great selling point.
Totally inexpensive - for mid-range features.
What they have going for them - is also what they lack.
It is very intuitive, because it is very basic.
There's not much you can do with it other than make and organize lists, tasks, assign tasks, etc.
And if that is what you're looking for - this is probably the best choice.
If you are a project manager working with the "creatives," who are fantastic - but not always very organized - or if YOU struggle with being organized, this system deserves the free trial.
Bests Trello and many others - but it's NOT a pipeline for you SALES MANAGERS!
If you want a sales pipeline - you can strategically get creative with it - but it is not designed for it.
We've been using it for about a year, on and off, and are not 100% satisfied.
Perhaps a few more options and features would be nice - but the more you build in, the more time it takes to learn it.
So it's Pro is also it's Con.
Mark, this feedback is pure gold. Thank you so much. We really appreciate you taking time to write such an in depth review. It motivates us, yet at the same time highlights areas of improvement.
I will share it directly with our product team.
Merry Christmas :-)
Our company is so much more organized now. We've been able to consolidate down from 4-5 different products down to this one task management platform. There's a lot more visibility all across the board, too, and fewer inner-office emails.
-I love the visibility/oversight that TW gives you'we currently have about 50 'public' projects in TW, and management can quickly hop around and get an instant snapshot of how each project is progressing.
-I love how it's a one-stop shop of information/communication. It's got conversation channels, tasks, personal to-do lists, time tracking, analytics, scheduling... we were able to consolidate 4 or 5 different platforms into just the one.
-It's intuitive. Training roughly 40 new users on it at once was fairly straightforward, as the steps required in using TW are pretty clear. The basic functionality is easy to pick up on, leaving most of the training energy focused on hammering down specific protocols for how WE will use TW, and showing exciting, fun TaskWorld abilities and tidbits.
-While the labels and points systems may be helpful for many, I really like the tags. The bold colors and easy-to-search tag titles provide important information on any task without having to even open it up.
-The overview'oh my goodness! You can search almost any conceivable permutation of filters, quickly narrowing down to the pertinent info you're seeking.
-I love how tasks can live in multiple projects'so a task can appear in its designated slot within a public project, but can also exist in my own personal Weekly To-Do project. No duplication of effort!
-They seem really open to user suggestions'our rep has been quite responsive to my questions and requests.
-It needs to better integrate googledocs (a feature I've been told they're currently working on). Right now private company GoogleDocs don't display titles, and so are impossible to search within the project.
-Overall, it could have more comprehensive search ability (particularly in chats and comments). I love how I can search Workspace-wide OR just within one project, but I'd like to be able to type in a keyword that might only appear in a chat window or a comments section and have it found for me.
-If you're involved in multiple projects within a workspace, the notifications can get overwhelming. It'd be nice if 'mark as unread' was an option, so that I could use that notification section as a reminder. It's also a bit annoying that you get multiple notifications back-to-back that are dealing with the same task (A notification when it's been assigned, when a due date has been assigned, if someone has commented on it, if they moved its location, etc... all on top of one another).
-TaskWorld could potentially have more customization options (Adding pictures to projects or group chat channels, etc. Though they did just allow for customized backgrounds, and it sounds like they're working on adding more tag and label colors).
Hi Laramy, wow! I can't thank you enough for your incredibly valuable insights! We are so grateful that you took the time to write such a comprehensive review and share all of your thoughts on how we might improve. I am delighted to hear you've cut down on email and feel more organized and consolidated. I know you have been in touch with our support team, but I will share your comments with them and the developers again to discuss further improvements in Google Doc integration, search functions, notifications and customization. We are working every day to improve and we are so grateful for your time in sharing your thoughts. We are always here at email@example.com Thank you again so much for taking time out of your busy day to share and we hope you have a gorgeous weekend!
For starters this is the only platform that met our basic needs while still remaining easy to use and uncluttered. There are a few key features that made us choose it over free options like Trello.
Key feature #1 shared tasks between boards. Think client boards, management boards and employee todo boards, all share the same tasks but different people need different views.
Key feature #2 timelines (gantt charts). These allow us to see projects over time and manage resources and scheduling. The all projects timeline is key for management of all projects and how they relate to one another. The only downside is they do not support other gantt features like dependencies. Another great feature would be the ability to drag and entire project left or right without having to adjust each task one by one in the event that a previous project goes over time (as they frequently tend to).
The features we would like to see that would make it complete would be:
- Project sharing with clients. We would like the ability to share boards/projects with our clients so they can see what is in the queue and advise us on priorities etc. This could be a read only view as that would still bring a huge benefit to us, our clients and TaskWorld as it would promote sharing of the platform. For this reason we believe this should be included in the base product price.
- Task estimates. Being able to enter an hourly estimate on a task.
- Time Tracking. This is a feature we would pay a bit extra for, especially if integrated with Task estimates with some basic reporting for payroll and client billing purposes.
- Estimates vs Time spent analytics. As far as we're concerned the existing analytics on task completion rates are not that valuable as tasks can be of any length and reasons for completion, overdue, etc vary so much that its inconsequential for us.
- Drag and drop on mobile app. Competitors have the full KanBan view with drag and drop on mobile. This would be a nice feature. Also the ability to assign tasks to project on mobile would be nice.
We did a lot of research on options and so far TaskWorld is still the best for our purposes but these features would make it integral to our operations.
Wow this review is feedback gold mine for us Lawrence! Thank you so much. Our entire team really appreciates it.
I am happy to say that a lot of your feature requests are part of our road map such as: time tracking, guest feature, drag & drop on mobile.
Great minds think alike :-)
My first project management system was Trello because of a recommendation from our VP of Technology. However, at the time, Trello really fell short with its ability to send me proactive alerts and deadline notifications. Taskworld is a real blessing! Not only does Taskworld have flexible deadline options, I can also subscribe to my Taskworld calendar using my company's email system. If that wasn't enough, I get a daily "Morning Digest" that shows me the tasks that are overdue, or due today.
The overview and timeline view really give me the big picture so I can track all my department's projects and tasks in one place.
The team at Taskworld is extremely responsive and open to new ideas.
I have nothing but good things to say about Taskworld. In fact, I now can't imagine managing my schedule without it!
It would be a great help for our Task management and Workflow Management.
The interface. All information are grouped in one place. It's organize and detailed. I also love the chat feature where you can directly message a member of the team. And a direct feedback to the employee for his/her accomplishments in the project assigned to him/her.
Would love to have more options for restriction of access rights especially when user must not be able to edit it's spent time (right now, it can be edited and done manually even the access rights is restricted). I hope to see also an automated workflows in order for the employee to work more efficient and productive. I also love to see if there are KPI reports and summary reports as per performance and more valuable reports to come in order to help a business review its employees performances. Also, I hope you would consider to add time tracking and time estimation not only the time spent so we could be able to analyze the performance of each employee who do the tasks. And hope to see more app integrations.
This is a great review Darwish. You highlighted some really solid areas of improvement. I'll share your feedback directly with our product team.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Taskworld.
Types de licences disponibles pour Taskworld :
À partir de: 11,00 $US/mois
Type de licence: Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Taskworld :
Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, PME
Langues dans lesquelles Taskworld est disponible :
chinois (simplifié), anglais, français, allemand, italien, japonais, coréen, portugais, espagnol, thaï
Types de licences disponibles pour Taskworld:
Appareils pris en charge par Taskworld :
Android, iPhone, iPad
Applications s'intégrant à Taskworld :
Box, Dropbox, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Microsoft Outlook
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Taskworld :
Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Tutoriels vidéo