The Best Project Management Tools of 2020
The best project management tools depend on the ease of use, workflow features, reporting & analytics and agile capabilities among others. See which app consumers like you believe is the best for each:
- Ease of Use: Trello is the obvious winner for this category! Even with little to no knowledge of kanban boards, agile, scrum, or any other project management terminology, Trello introduces a basic setup for new users to help comprehend the general workflow.
- Team Workflow Features: Asana has the crown for workflow features. Asana allows you to quickly create tasks and delegate them, change the way that you view your board, and much more.
- Reporting & Analytics: Monday takes the cake for reporting and analytics. Monday allows you to change the way that you view a board, one of which is chart based so you can quickly see how well an individual or the entire team is at completing project goals.
- Agile Capabilities: While I would say any of the three above project management softwares provide full agile capabilities, Trello provides the most templates and flexibility with their basic kanban boards, in addition to integratabtle solutions, so Trello also is the victor here.
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