Collaboration tools · Cross-functional teams

What tool do you use for tracking your team?

Orvi Das I am dreamer

April 11th, 2017

I want to know what are the best tools you use to track your team an keep updating yourself everyday.

Igor Klimchenko Cofounder and CEO

April 13th, 2017

There are a lot of solutions of track tools. You can also try

https://track.timeneye.com/

Trello

Redmine

Rey Tamayo Founder and CEO at ReyNovation, Tech Startup Strategy and Product Development Mentor and Coach.. Author. @phatinnovator

April 11th, 2017

I use Jira but Asana is equivalent as well. It's free for small teams and it's wiki like storage makes historical and depository searching easy.

Andrew Berg CTO at Shelor

April 11th, 2017

We used to work with Ubertesters. It helps to track team activity/track bugs and crashes/manage tasks.

Jenna Waites Helping Business Owners Streamline Processes so You can Make More and Work Less!

April 11th, 2017

It greatly depends on your business and what you are wanting to track.


I've set several clients with service based companies up with Asana, as it has great program and task tracking along with plugins to work with other programs (like time tracking; great for hourly billing). It has a very easy to use calendar function as well as quick and easy reporting.


If you need to track your team's prospects/clients tasks and interactions, I recommend Insightly. It is a project manager software like Asana yet it also has a CRM. This is great if you are tracking prospects through a sales cycle and then through project management.after they become clients.

Mark Anthony Wagan Entrepreneur, Blogger, Strategist

April 12th, 2017

As for me, you can try transparent business for monitoring your team, or you can also use Asana and Jira.

Grant Fuellenbach Cofounder, Data Analyst; Sales Hacker

April 13th, 2017

For managing the Marketing team we primarily use Asana.


For managing the Sales team we use a combination of Salesforce and ONDiGO.

Alexander Doak Tech lover, visionary, father of 8 and counting

April 11th, 2017

I track using Time Doctor and JIRA. They integrate, so it makes it even easier. It is important to emphasize what Time Doctor is used for, especially for anyone who isn't used to working remotely or tracking time.


I love JIRA because you can customize it to fit any workflow.


Both tools are very affordable.

Claretta Webb

April 12th, 2017

I use a program that is free fro small teams: Asana.

Viktor Dmytrenko Digital Marketing Manager at Ubertesters

April 11th, 2017

Check the latest post from InfoWorld about testing tools for developers. Some of them have tracking features. I think that you will find some right tools there

Darko Gazibara To disrupt & create beautiful things on web!

April 11th, 2017

Maybe Basecamp / Trello