Project Management Software

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Project Management

Looking for project management software, but find yourself wondering "what is jira?" The Blueprint looks at what Jira is used for, its best features, and whether it's for you.

Project Management

Using Trello for project management allows you to organize your business' projects in a kanban format. The Blueprint breaks down how to best use Trello for PM.

Project Management

Take an in-depth look into Trello vs. Asana, both exemplary project management software options, and decide which one is right for you and your projects.

Project Management

Zoho Projects has little to offer outside the standard functions for a project management tool. The Blueprint provides an in-depth review of this software.

Project Management

Trello is the perfect collaboration tool for beginners and seasoned professionals alike. Check out the Blueprint's Trello review for features and usability.

Project Management

ActiveCollab is an all-encompassing project management software. The Blueprint takes an in-depth look at its features, ease of use, pricing and more.

Project Management

Microsoft To Do excels in its ability to track and monitor tasks from lists you create. The Blueprint takes a look at best uses for this project management software.

Project Management

Scoro is known for its user-friendly, yet advanced features. The Blueprint takes a look at whether this is the right project management software for you.

Project Management

Freedcamp is a solid but quite basic free project management software. Learn whether it's the right tool for your team's needs.

Project Management

Asana and Jira are both project management tools designed to help teams accomplish tasks on time. The Blueprint compares these collaboration tools.