Comparison of Taskworld And Other Popular Project Management Tools

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Taskworld is a cloud-hosted project management app that offers excellent planning and visual task management features. It can be used by both small and large teams to align their objectives and work towards common goals. With this tool, you can ensure no detail or message is missed. In this article, we analyze how Taskworld fares against its top competitors in the project management category. We have selected Trello, JIRA, Basecamp, Asana, Smartsheet, and Slack and compared their main features, mobile support, pricing packages, available integrations, and customer support agains Taskworld to give you a better overview of the software’s capabilities.

Comparison of main features

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Key features of Taskworld are its Tasklist Overview, custom backgrounds, privacy settings, project templates, and interactive dashboard. These useful features enable efficient workflow and task management, effortless collaboration between teams, and file sharing. How does Taskworld fare against its competitors? Let’s take a look:

Trello uses the concept of boards (which correspond to projects) and within boards, there are cards (which represent tasks). Main features include deadline reminders, archiving of card records, search function, voting feature, and developer API. These features offer numerous project management and collaboration benefits. Plus, the vendor keeps your data private and secure.

JIRA is designed to help you capture, assign, and set priorities to your work. Distinguishing features are advanced reporting, powerful search and filtering, bugs and defect management, robust and customizable workflows, and unlimited custom fields. Benefits include instant setup, advanced workflow engine, refined user experience, and flexible dashboards.

Basecamp offers the advantages of simple setup and a short learning curve. It’s major features are task history, project templates, interactive Gantt charts, document management, and instant messaging. With these tools you can efficiently track your projects and get things done on schedule and on budget.

Asana is a task and project management application that facilitates team collaboration and communication. Key features include my tasks list, focus mode, email bridge, multiple workspaces, and real-time updates. The main benefit of this system is it uniquely combines project management and collaborations tasks to enable large teams to streamline even complex workflows.

Smartsheet is a web-based collaboration product that can be used for team task management, project management, sales pipeline tracking, crowdsourcing and more. Main features include budget reports, group calendars, document management, content management, and email integration. You can use these flexible tools to manage any kind of work, ranging from basic task lists to complex processes.

Slack offers real-time messaging, archiving, and search for modern teams. Top features include flexible notifications and file browsing, creation of open channels, read-state synchronization, and support for both Google and Apple emoji styles. The key benefit of this app is it offers a unified communication hub that collates all the channels you use and stores your conversations in robust databases that are easily searchable anytime.

Comparison of mobile support

Taskworld offers mobile apps for Android, iPhone/iPad and Windows Mobile devices to enable undisturbed communication even in the field.

Trello website is accessible from any browser, whether mobile or web-based, smartphone or tablet. Its mobile app is compatible with Android and iPhone/iPad devices.

As is to be expected in the smartphone age, JIRA, Basecamp, Asana, Smartsheet, and Slack all offer mobile apps for Android and iPhone/iPad devices to enable users to access and use their systems anywhere, anytime.

Comparison of pricing packages

Taskworld offers a 15-day free trial and two pricing plans: Taskworld ($8/user/month billed annually) and Taskworld Max ($499/month billed annually).

Trello offers a free plan for small teams and startups, Business Class plan ($9.99/month), and Enterprise plan (by quote).

JIRA pricing starts at $10/month for up to 10 users and extends to $1,500/month for up to 2000 users.

Basecamp offers a 60-day free trial and three packages: Basecamp for Internal Teams ($29/month), Basecamp for Clients ($59/month), and Enterprise plan ($3000/starting price per year).

Asana provides a free plan for teams of up to 15 users. Its Premium plan costs $8.33/member/month, but can be reduced for large teams.

Smartsheet offers 3 pricing packages: Basic plan ($10/user/month when paid annually), Team plan ($15/user/month when paid annually), and Enterprise plan (priced by quote).

Slack provides a free plan with no limits on time or users and 3 priced plans: Standard plan for $6.67/user/month billed annually, Plus plan for $12.50/user/month billed annually, and Enterprise plan for $49-99/user/month billed annually.

Comparison of integrations

Taskworld is an all-in-one solution that gives you the features you need without relying on external integrations. However, it still offers basic integrations with Gmail, Outlook, Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive.

If you wish to use Trello in your own app, plug-in, or extension, you can utilize the free, public Developer API.

You can extend JIRA’s power with flexible REST and Java APIs, plus make use of more than 800 plug-ins and add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace. Smooth integrations allow you to connect with the apps and tools you already use.

Basecamp is one of the best integrated project management applications and you can automatically connect it to DashStack, Zapier, Cyfe, Daypack, enRoute, Numerics, Dashable, Feed, FreeAgent, Everest, Headquarters and many other business apps.

Asana’s functionality is extended with a chain of seamless integrations including essential business solutions such as WordPress, Harvest, MailChimp, Wufoo, Usersnap, Github, Jotana, Zapier, Slack, Dropbox, Google Drive and more.

Smartsheet integrates with top web services such as Salesforce, Box, and Google Apps. The vendor offers an open API for smooth integration with your existing business solutions.

Slack can blend easily in almost any software ecosystem, as it connects with Dropbox, Google Drive, Github, MailChimp, and Zendesk as well as with all popular social networks.

Comparison of customer support

Taskworld offers prompt and reliable customer support via phone, email, and tickets as well as in-depth training for new users.

Trello, Basecamp, and Asana do not offer phone support and you have to submit a ticket to get help.

JIRA, Smartsheet, and Slack offer customer support via phone, email, and tickets so the range is similar to that offered by Taskworld.

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