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Basecamp is a popular project management and team communication software that enables efficient project organization and tracking from beginning to end. File sharing, to-do lists, text documents, milestone management, a messaging system, and much more are among the best features.

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Basecamp Features

  • Basecamp FeaturesAssignment Management : Manage and track the progress of tasks assigned to team members.
  • Basecamp FeaturesCalendar Management : Organize your time and keep track of meetings, deadlines, and other important events.
  • Basecamp FeaturesProject Management : Organize all aspects of a project - from planning stages through final execution.
  • Basecamp FeaturesTask Management : Add notes for each task, set due dates and deadlines, assign bills or subtasks to tasks, and more.
  • Basecamp FeaturesSurveys & Feedback : Makes it easy to gather feedback from team members by providing surveys or creating polls.
  • Basecamp FeaturesReal-Time Chat : Keep everyone up to date with progress on projects via chat rooms and private messages.

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Top Reviews
  • M AtiQul H.Search Engine Optimization Manager

    4.0

    /5

    Basecamp is like a all-rounder for me. It offers numerous features such as to-do lists, scheduling, file storage, and messaging, as well as integrations with other tools such as Asana, Trello and Google Calendar (I almost forget to mention :)) The first thing that comes to my mind is "Limited support for large teams." While Basecamp 3 is well-suited for small to medium-sized teams, it wasn't enough for my team. Number 2 on my list would be limited reporting and analytics. We needed to monitor the activity, task completion or overdue of taskers, and most importantly, whether they were hitting the KPI. Seems like BaseCamp wasn't up to the mark on this point. The Tool is a charmer solving the challenge of coordination and work management. Since most of our team members were remotely serving last year, Basecamp suited the perfect solution. To name a few, I'd recommend: - To-do lists - Scheduler - Real-time messaging feature - file storage and sharing and most importantly, file revision history.

  • Verified User in Broadcast MediaMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)

    1.0

    /5

    Basecamp is helpful to keep track of workflow. It is also helpful to know the progress of projects and status of completion. I think basecamp is messy, it is not very user friendly and requires too much time to enter projects. Its helpful when all people who use basecamp actually use it. We use basecamp to keep track of projects and avoid tasks falling through the cracks. I realized that it is beneficial because we have limited email space and communicating through basecamp saves email space.

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