- Timeline : Offers a Gantt-style timeline feature to drive efficiency and ensure deadlines are met.
- Assignment Management : Track assigning tasks, tracking deadlines, and managing feedback.
- Communication Management : Helps to keep all stakeholders up-to-date with the progress of the project.
- Issue Management : Find solutions for common issues before they become conflicts later on down the line.
- Project Management : Provides a centralized location where projects can be organized and tracked.
- Team Management : Manage tasks by assigning them specific priorities, start dates/times, etc.
- Mihly GerstmajerDB developer
I switched to MeisterTask when my team was to make a (IMHO) bad decision about which solution to use for task, time and project management, hence I'm using it alone (I hope that's going to change) and transfer data from it to the one the team chose. In that one I had difficulties prioritizing my own tasks, breaking them down in smaller chunks, tracking time spent on each one, and the files that were task or project related... They were scattered widely in emails and on different machines of the team. There's another problem that it could address if we were using it as team: communication, focused on project and task. While it has email integration and mobile access, none of those are used by the team in the other solution either. Though I imagine email notifications could operate as an alarm function for due dates.
Kanban-like approach. The lists, cards and checklists are great when it comes to micro-management of tasks and their details. Time tracking. This one is a must and it is done well. Task relations. It's good to be able to put some connections between the tasks, regardless of the nature of the relation (simply being related, marking blocks or duplicates). Comments and attachments are the base of task-focused communication between team members. Alas, no benefit from that for me right now. I'm only making notes to myself. Calendar integration. Due date should be visible on a calendar. And they are. Pro version enables workflow management by adding actions to lists. Nothing too complicated. But in turn, that makes it efficient. Using together with MindMeister (a bit limited) project-wide overview is possible. Support. Its quick to respond and it does a terrific job at answering questions, regarding both speed and detail.
- Anonymous ReviewerMechanical or Industrial Engineering
Non user-friendly interface, non intuitive, lacks basic features.