Teamwork Projects est une solution de gestion de projet pour les professionnels qui fournit une gamme de fonctionnalités pour communiquer et collaborer au sein des équipes. Le logiciel riche en fonctionnalités donne aux utilisateurs tous les avantages pour rester sur la bonne voie et livrer les projets à temps. Les projets de travail en équipe associent des fonctionnalités hautes performances qui permettent de créer des flux de travail plus intelligents et de combler les écarts de communication afin que les utilisateurs puissent se concentrer sur les tâches à accomplir. Les fonctionnalités comprennent la gestion des tâches, le suivi du temps, les jalons, les diagrammes de Gantt, les rapports instantanés de haut niveau et plus encore.
La productivité est améliorée avec des outils tels qu'un tableau de bord de gestion de projet affichant les progrès, les délais et les participants, la planification des affectations, les rappels et les outils de collaboration tels que les discussions de tâches, les échanges de messages et les calendriers d'équipe. Les utilisateurs peuvent gérer les clients avec des fonctionnalités telles que le suivi du temps par projet, la création de factures basées sur les heures enregistrées, l'intégration de messagerie électronique, la facturation, la personnalisation du taux horaire et l'intégration avec des outils tiers tels que Quickbooks, Harvest et Xero.
I've loved communicating with customer service at Teamwork from day 1. They're super-response—like, they're so quick to answer questions and offer help. We often use Teamwork Project in ways that aren't traditionally "project management projects," and so I've had to ask the support team at Teamwork how I might utilize the functionality to get the desired end results. And you know what? They've come back with solutions more often than not, even taking the time to prepare a demo that we'd web conference through.
• Teamwork is always innovating and releasing new features/functionality. And they are great at publicizing the new features/functionality, allowing you to beta test, and all the while it doesn't screw up the work you've been doing.
• It's cloud-based.
• It's packed full of things you'll likely never use, but because there's so much stuff, the core of what you use it for is that much better.
• The design is elegant.
• The exported reporting functionality isn't always as attractive as I'd like, but that may have changed since I last used it. Our team does use import/export for the management of tasks, and that's been a godsend for many of our projects. So, really, not too much to dislike.
Thanks for the feedback on Teamwork Projects! We were so happy to see a 10/10 score from you - we agree, but might be slightly biased!
Features, features, and more features! Our team like to keep busy and innovative to bring our customers the best possible product, so we are glad to see that you like them!
Great news Eric, we are working on improvements for the export feature so bare with us and it will be better than ever before!
As a final note, thank you for the feedback for our amazing support team! We couldn't agree more, they are a fantastic bunch - and now are available 24/7! I'll be sure to pass on your kind words to the team!
Nancy at Teamwork :)
Our overall experience is very positive. We have used it on website design and development and web application projects. In both cases team members are documenting and managing their work more effectively. There are still features we haven't got around to using, but that is always a challenge when you are adopting a new product. You need to balance the need to document and track with operational demands.
On that spectrum of project management products with collaboration tools at one end and products for managing large enterprise projects at the other, this product fits somewhere in the middle. It has more structure than products like Asana or Trello (we have used both of these), but is still very flexible, allowing you to organize your projects and tasks using categories, portfolios and tags. Powerful filtering extracts the specific tasks you need for reporting purposes. Milestones, estimates, risks, comments and other features allow you to keep everything in one place, if you wish to. The API allows us to submit tagged client requests directly into the product, which is very useful.
Occasional feature updates can modify the user experience, but that is true of all cloud-based SaaS products. There is really nothing negative I can think of.
Hi there Philip,
Thank you for the feedback on Teamwork Projects. Our team loved hearing that Teamwork Projects has given you more structure in your work but still remaining flexible in use.
We do understand your note on the feature updates. We try to keep disruption to a minimum, but your satisfaction is always our main aim!
Make sure to stay in touch with us on email@example.com if you ever have any issues or would like to submit a feature request, or just want to share the #teamworklove with the team.
Nancy at Teamwork
I used this for over 2 years and loved how easy it made it to manage projects at work. It was easy, at a glance, to see exactly what I needed to do for that day and what I had coming up.
Overall, it was a wonderful experience
Teamwork Projects had a number of amazing features that took it above and beyond other tools like this.
The way projects were setup was incredible. You initially setup the project, then the milestones and then tasks against each milestone. Each task can be broken up into sub-tasks which will automatically create a dependency for the parent tasks. However, you can also set a dependency between tasks too.
If you have a series of repeating tasks you can actually create these as a template so you can quickly add this list to a project. When you add this list you get to set the assignments and dates which allows it to be customized to each project.
The collaboration is another feature that is top notch. Comments will automatically be sent via email but Teamwork takes it a step further. You can respond to these emails with specific replies that allow you to manage tasks (such as create new ones, add hours to them or even close/complete a task).
Teamwork also has a chat platform built in. This platform allows you to manage tasks as well.
Finally, Teamwork Projects also seamlessly integrates with a number of 3rd-party platforms (like Google Drive or Slack) to make your life easier.
The initial setup and learning curve can be a little steep.
The other thing that can quickly be a problem is the amount of space you have available. If you are uploading a number of files for each project that space quickly fills up.
It is minor but an extra thing you have to manage.
Thank you for the review of Teamwork Projects.
Nancy at Teamwork.
We've used TeamWork for years and it's great in many ways. First, it's our living To-Do list where all tasks can be organized by project, goal, team, etc across the company. Everyone can comment and communicate through the task threads (which sync to email). The ability to chain tasks together is one of the best features (and at times has been the main reason we didn't switch to other platforms). When Task A is checked off, it notifies via email the person in charge of the next task in the chain. This keeps work moving, and that's the biggest help.
It also connects to Drive to store relevant files alongside tasks and logs team time for billing. You can give limited view access to clients if you need to.
I would say that the main downfall is that I can't accurately predict my team's workload week to week. The tasks can be chained together and given start/end dates, etc but when it comes to how all those assignments and their estimated times apply to my employees' work week, there's very little functionality to forecast this. I would love to be able to drag a task that is estimated for 2 hours to an employee's calendar and stack these up to see how their week fills up. Can't do anything like that. Best they have is a blanket 'workload' view that shows how many estimated hours are calculated for tasks that start or end in a given week. But when you have 30 projects and 100s of tasks floating around, it gets cumbersome to organize everyone's efforts.
TL;DR : Great for planning project tasks/deliverables, but not so much for managing staff schedules/workload.
There aren't many options for learning how best to use the program, actually, which is frustrating for a small startup just figuring things out. Their training videos are basic and support pros don't really help you customize the tool to fit your unique business organization needs. They refer you to third party professionals for consulting on that front. I've had to hunt down how-to's and advice elsewhere. That said, their tech support tickets are usually addressed fairly quickly, but I've gotten the same message reply many times "Yes that's a great feature, but we don't offer it yet."
Also, my personal pet peeve about TeamWork PM, is the mobile app sucks. The desktop interface is great (plenty of drag and drop ease of use) but the mobile version is clunky and much less organized or helpful in terms of viewing my team's workload and task sorting.
Thank you for the review of Teamwork Projects.
Nancy at Teamwork.
Overall, TeamWork (formerly TeamworkPM) is worth the monthly or annual fee. I've used TeamWork for more than 8 years and while I don't have a need to use it daily, I go to it for special projects and when I need a different kind of project control than I get with Apptivo.
The interface is pretty, with soothing colors.
The TeamWork crew creates excellent help documentation that's easily found in a comprehensive knowledgebase, they now have some full-fledged free online courses, and they included a customer support and feedback system within the dashboard.
And then there's this:
Transparency via a visual roadmap and update system on the TeamWork website that actually gets updated on a regular basis. Yes, I like skipping over to the website to see what are the latest fixes and what goodies they're planning.
Whiteboards are great but even the developers of TeamWork Projects (formerly TeamworkPM) were tired of trying to make them do the work of a real project management system. That's how I came across TeamWork Projects 8 years ago -- tossing aside the whiteboards and comparing online project management applications. TeamWork ultimately rose to the top because it either includes features I felt were must-haves or they had those features on the roadmap to deal with in the near future.
TeamWork has task-level time-tracking and incorporates a desktop timer that I use on both my Windows and Linux versions computers.
TeamWork was one of the few online project management applications that incorporated a file manager early on AND had the foresight to include it in the permissions system (important so all stakeholders have access to the files they need). I've used it for mock-ups, contract change-orders, and project photos.
There is a project notebook system that is far superior to a so-called project wiki found in other project managers. I use it to keep notes, format them to look like real documents (not just a bunch of text notes), and export out in a format that is useful to project owners and clients.
This was important enough that it would have been a dealbreaker if it wasn't included: the means to allow stakeholders (especially clients) to log in to see progress on their projects, participate in project-specific discussions, and access project-related files.
TeamWork's free tier is less generous than some of the other highly rated project management apps.
Keeping up with the times, they've lately added a Kanban view (but it costs extra). But why the boards view is an add-on instead of integrated into the main projects beats me and makes me call this a welcome feature that is also a CON.
Although TeamView has native integrations for GMail, HubSpot, and Harvest, I think it relies too much on its (well-developed and well-documented API) for integrations with the majority of the world of business applications. Of course, there are hundreds of Zapier workarounds. Still, I think TeamWork is strong enough to have better integration and less cobbled recipes.
Thank you for the review of Teamwork Projects.
Nancy at Teamwork.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Teamwork Projects.
Types de licences disponibles pour Teamwork Projects :
À partir de: 9,00 $US/mois
Type de licence: Open source, Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Teamwork Projects :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Non Profit, Administration publique, PME
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Applications s'intégrant à Teamwork Projects :
Easy Insight, Everhour, Harvest, HubSpot CRM, HubSpot Marketing, Hubstaff, Kayako, Teamwork Desk, Time Doctor, Zapier
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FAQ, Support en ligne, Support téléphonique, Tutoriels vidéo