If you have a high pressured, hectic job, managing your time at work is difficult.
There some impressive time management apps out there that you may not be aware of – but do they work? Mobile App Developers have been creating these platforms for a few years, so we’ve reviewed 3 of them to see if they can help you manage your time at work…
Liquid Planners goal is to help organisations to tame the chaos and uncertainty in work, to be able to keep pace with constant change, and ultimately to drive growth in their own businesses. It offers a top-notch PM App also available on Android and iOS platforms. LiquidPlanner is a unique predictive project management tool for mid-market IT and technology companies and departmental enterprise deployment.
Its proprietary scheduling engine automates portfolio project management and predicts project completion based on three primary inputs, and a risk assessment calculation that captures uncertainty in every task/project across the portfolio in real-time.
Additionally, it tracks resources assigned to the project, their workloads and availability remaining, which ensures work schedules are booked with the highest priority work, without being overbooked. Overall – a very useful app.
Asana is available on Android and iOS platforms and features high-level views of projects through dashboards, the capability for project managers to share projects with smaller groups within a team, as well as with unlimited clients, vendors, contractors, other third-parties and organisation guests. This is the ideal app if you work as part of a big team.
Priority support is available through premium plans that offer dedicated “Success Managers” who provide front-line support and help companies maximise the use of the app to meet their needs. Project managers can use Asana to plan their day, visualise goals and milestones, set tasks and due dates, and communicate priorities and offers central administration and billing. With Asana, companies can also manage their users, admins and configure authentication.
Project managers can use Asana to plan their day, visualise goals and milestones, set tasks and due dates, and communicate priorities and offers central administration and billing. With Asana, companies can also manage their users, admins and configure authentication.
Trello is another great app, available on Android and iOS platforms also and accommodates individuals, as well small and medium-size businesses.
It’s features include agile project management, budgeting, collaboration, customization, issue tracking, learning and support, notifications, task management and traditional project management functionality. Trello also offers budget and expense tracking, reporting, resource management and project notifications. Where Trello really shines brightest is in the task management arena.
If you run a small company, we would definitely recommend the Trello App.
Author : Zara Halliwell