Here at Logic Software, we practice what we preach, which means that we use Easy Projects on a daily basis to manage all of our ongoing development projects.
Even though I’m not involved in all technical activities of our team, I pay close attention to the status of our key projects and tasks.
Our new Activity Center made it really easy for me, thanks to its quick and flexible filtering system and “Saved Views” functionality.
Now, I want to share with you
One of the most frequent questions I get asked from new clients is “Can I create project templates, or set up recurring tasks?” I can answer this with a simple “yes”, but (much like everything else) there are things you should know to optimize this process. Below, I will list the suggested steps we recommend to create and use these templates.
I hope everyone had a safe and happy holidays. Much like any other month/year change, one of the first things I did was break out a new calendar, and that got me thinking. How much do we rely on calendars? We use them in our everyday lives, from entering important dates into our mobile phone calendars – to hanging up that new 2013 puppies calendar on our fridge (yes, I love
I recently had the pleasure of helping a new organization implement our software. They migrated from another PM tool, and wanted to “hit the ground running”. There was no way they would be willing to re-enter all their existing data: projects, activities, time logs, users and customers.
Luckily they were able to export all this information into Excel / CSV format, and Easy Projects could import it in.
The whole import of
Being able to quickly identify late projects and activities (such as tasks, requests and issues) is crucial for both project managers and team members alike.
Here is an overview of different options within Easy Projects for you and your team to be on top of things.
There are 4 different levels of roles in the system (Team Member, Project Manager, Executive and Customer). In this article, I’ll be talking about the Team Members and the Exectives. Let’s take a look at some common issues that both of these types of users encounter, and how they can be overcome using the tools found in the software.