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Drag And Drop Features In Basecamp Next

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 2nd 2012 - No Comments
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The Interweb has changed a lot since the original Basecamp launched in 2004. Not only that, but the way that we’re able to interact with the Internet has changed a lot, too. Not surprisingly, Basecamp Next is implementing some serious upgrades both stylistically and functionally. It’s all going to be pretty slick, and one...

Basecamp Next Navigation Features For Power Users

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 1st 2012 - No Comments
Blue metal compass on the old world map

As we get that much closer to the launch of Basecamp Next, the developers at 37signals are starting to provide us with more and more information about what we can expect from the next-generation project management suite. We already know about the increased caching and the introduction of individual pages for each person, but what about...

What To Expect With Basecamp Next

by Michael Kwan - on Feb 29th 2012 - 2 Comments
What To Expect With Basecamp Next

The original Basecamp launched way back in 2004 and it has since grown to become one of the most popular online collaboration tools in the world. It’s consistently ranked as one of the best ways for teams to share documents and manage their projects. That said, it’s been nearly a decade, so surely the platform is due for...

Manage Your Projects With 5pm

by Thursday Bram - on Feb 16th 2010 - No Comments
Satellite Orbiting Earth

Product/Service Name 5pm Brief Description 5pm offers a flexible approach to project management, by creating a central online location for everything from task management to time tracking. While there are a variety of project management web applications available, 5pm offers custom plans so that you can find a perfect fit for your organization’s...

10 Best Project Management Tools

by Thursday Bram - on Aug 12th 2009 - 44 Comments
Logo of Basecamp, one of the best project management tools

These days, you won’t always have immediate access to everyone who works on a given project. Maybe some aspects are being handled by freelancers or contractors. Maybe members of your team work remotely. Maybe you just aren’t in the office today. No matter how your team is distributed, you need to be able to assign tasks, share...

25 Entrepreneurial Tasks & Projects You Can Outsource

by Thursday Bram - on Apr 26th 2009 - 3 Comments
Man with Open Arms

Starting up a business requires a lot of work, from securing funding to rolling out a product to marketing it to the world. But an entrepreneur also has plenty of opportunities to outsource various startup-related tasks and projects, freeing him or her up to focus on getting the business up, operational, and churning a healthy profit....