Like Trello, project management is Wrike’s main focus. With Wrike, your team can schedule, prioritize, and track its work with ease and flexibility. Additionally, users are able to see what the other users are doing on the platform in real time.
- Upload, edit and manage documents live
- Gantt charts for visualization
- Time and budget tracking tools
Asana comes equipped with a wide variety of features that will eliminate your team’s need to communicate through email. In Asana, users are able to share notes with one another, upload attachments in multiple formats, organize tasks, and ultimately streamline workflow.
Hive is a cloud-based platform that offers users the ability to share files, automate task management, and chat with one another. Users can also create and organize tasks, which can then be customized by adding attachments or assigning deadlines or labels. Another unique feature is Hive Analytics, which provides users with insight surrounding team activity.
- Gantt charts and Kanban boards to organize projects
- Ability to view projects by current status, team member, or labels
- Action templates for planning and repeating tasks
Bonus Tool: Slack
Unlike the platforms mentioned above, Slack is not a project management tool. Rather, it is a collaboration app that focuses on messaging and communication. Within the app, team members can communicate with one another via instant messaging, voice calls, or video calls. The app also offers built-in sharing options that allow for users to share files both internally and externally.
- Unlimited conversation and project channels
- Instant text and video messaging
- Drag and drop capabilities
Whichever collaboration tool you choose to incorporate into your workplace, all of the above are great options if you are looking to streamline workflow and increase efficiency.