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Project Management

The Best Project Management Add-Ons, Integrations & Plugins

Employing the proper project management tools into your workflow increases precision, encourages coordination and saves time. Below are some of the best free and paid tools that serve as add-ons or enhanced integrations into a basic setup.The Best Project Management Tools for JIRAAs one of the most popular agile project management tools on the market, JIRA has inspired entire libraries of open source add-ons and integrations that business management professionals have found useful, and these ...

Microsoft Planner Enters the Project Management Toolscape

We love hearing about new tools (if you couldn’t tell). On June 6 when Microsoft announced its launch for Microsoft Planner, I was interested immediately. A little about me, my name is Danny and I do marketing research at Stacklist. I’m also a Microsoft advocate (I do all of my work from their Surface Pro 4) so I expect a lot from their new project management tool. I read their blog and was wooed by their showcase video.Looks a lot like another popular tool we know and love, doesn’t it?I’m ta...

Using Multiple Project Management Tools: What's the Secret to Success?

It’s not uncommon for startups to use multiple project management tools across their teams. In fact, we see some Stacklist members using two, three, even four types of project management apps to manage their workload and pipeline. Over 30% of the Stacklist community uses multiple project management tools, the majority of them (not surprisingly) Series A and beyond.Why do startups choose to use multiple project management tools?The most common reason is that certain softwares cater to sp...