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Project management software

#1
Brick 
I'm looking for an iOS app or a website where I can manage the tasks and estimate the time for my projects.

Features I'm looking for :
  • List of task to do
  • Number of days or hours for each task
  • Estimated date to complete the project according to the number of hours per week spent on the project
  • Issue tracker
That's about it. I don't need team management of collaborative features because it's for my personal projects.
What do you use to plan and manage your projects? Any suggestions?
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You can try Trello. It's free.
(12-17-2015, 07:33 PM)includebeer Wrote: I'm looking for an iOS app or a website where I can manage the tasks and estimate the time for my projects.

Features I'm looking for :
  • List of task to do
  • Number of days or hours for each task
  • Estimated date to complete the project according to the number of hours per week spent on the project
  • Issue tracker
That's about it. I don't need team management of collaborative features because it's for my personal projects.
What do you use to plan and manage your projects? Any suggestions?
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(12-17-2015, 07:33 PM)includebeer Wrote: I'm looking for an iOS app or a website where I can manage the tasks and estimate the time for my projects.

Features I'm looking for :
  • List of task to do
  • Number of days or hours for each task
  • Estimated date to complete the project according to the number of hours per week spent on the project
  • Issue tracker
That's about it. I don't need team management of collaborative features because it's for my personal projects.
What do you use to plan and manage your projects? Any suggestions?
Hello @includebeer
I am using https://asana.com for my company and project managements.
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(12-17-2015, 08:12 PM)nguyenanhnhan Wrote: You can try Trello. It's free.

Thanks for the suggestion but it doesn't do what I need. This looks more like a bunch of post-it for small task than a real project planner.
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(12-17-2015, 10:35 PM)Php Wrote: Hello @includebeer
I am using https://asana.com for my company and project managements.

Thanks for the suggestion. Every time I searched on google, Asana was in the results, so I gave it a try.

It's a nice web app, but I really miss the option to set a number of hour or day per task. I need this to know how much time the whole project will take, before I even start. All it let me do is set a due date. I don't have a fixed date for each task.

There must be something else than Microsoft Project ! Huh
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I found this : http://gantter.com/

It's like MS Project and it's free. That's good!
But it looks like it was made 10 years ago.
And the latest blog entry is from 2013. Confused

I've set up a project to test the app, but I'm not sure if I can trust this... it look pretty dead. Sad

Anybody have experience with Gantter ?
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#7
I have my own software to do this job with import and export to MS Project.
You can try Web2Project
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#8
Check out redmine.

http://www.redmine.org/
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(12-23-2015, 01:13 PM)ogomez Wrote: Check out redmine.

http://www.redmine.org/

I was under the impression that Redmine was somewhat dead because some time ago it was forked under the name Chili Project. But it seems the fork is dead and Redmine is alive. From their homepage (https://www.chiliproject.org/) :
Quote:ChiliProject is not maintained anymore. Please be advised that there will be no more updates.

We do not recommend that you setup new ChiliProject instances and we urge all existing users to migrate their data to a maintained system, e.g. Redmine.


I think I'll try to install Redmine and see how it goes.
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(12-23-2015, 09:37 AM)Hamed Wrote: I have my own software to do this job with import and export to MS Project.
You can try Web2Project

Thanks for the suggestion. I never heard of it. Is it any good?

My first impression is it looks old and the development is not very active... Undecided
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