When you think "project management", you probably think of a few hundred engineers building a bridge, or a large financial company preparing to move its offices across the world.
But in reality, projects can be much smaller and yet still need managing. Maybe you have 6 people coming round for dinner next week. Or perhaps you are arranging a family holiday, or a planning meeting at work.
Whatever the scale of the project, it's good to have somewhere to keep notes of what needs to be done, what's been done, and what still needs doing. And for a system that's really simple to use, you'll find it hard to beat Meistertask.
Meistertask (www.meistertask.com) projects consist of columns. You can choose how many columns, and you can title them as you wish. For example, if you're planning an event you'll probably start with a list of things that need doing. As you start each thing, slide its entry in to the "in progress" column and add notes about who's doing it. When the thing is done, slide it into the "done" column.
If you're in sales and you use something called a sales funnel, the system also works well as one of those.
Meistertask is web-based so there's nothing to download or install. And a basic account, which is perfectly adequate for most users, is free. Plus it offers unlimited tasks/projects, and you can also invite unlimited people to collaborate.
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