But it has several other interesting features:
- A full-fledged team calendar that allows you to view milestones, tasks, and events.
- An RTF editor that allows formatted text without learning wiki commands.
- A variety of ways to provide alerts for project changes or comments, including RSS, email, and SMS.
- Separation between personal and team workspaces.
- Reports (!), including team status, open items, weekly status, and time tracking. The team status report gives you an idea of how much milestone and task process has been made, with green for completed, red for overdue, and gray for upcoming.
- Estimate of hours to put into the project and billable rate.
- Daily status emails, if desired.
Overall, this thing looks pretty good. Like Basecamp, it's set up on a subscription model, and costs scale rapidly. The free plan appears to be more restrictive based on the pricing sheet, but I'm not positive of that -- the use model is different enough that it's hard to compare the two at a glance. If you're in the market for a PM system, it's definitely a contender.
TeamWork Live - Dashboard
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