For non-engineers, I would recommend Asana. Asana is very intuitive, my go-to for online todo lists.
Controller - Polymaze
Asana doesn’t have a lot of the features that other tools have. It is a bit hard to create and track soft tasks. It is cheaper for startups. The learning curve is really low. When our business scales up, we may need to integrate it with more extensive tools. We hope that by then they will have added more features.
Co-founder & CEO - Mavatar
Some of us use Asana.
CTO - Optoro
23%Stacklist Startups Are Using Asana
Asana is the dream tool for the list-makers and taskmasters of the world. It is a comprehensive project management tool that allows you to create lists and task boards to manage projects. A variety of additional features, including email integration and sub-task checklists, help Asana stand out against other project management tools. Its balance of usability and robust features makes Asana a popular choice among startups, though some entrepreneurs find it unnecessarily complex.
Asana is free to use for small teams, which has given it a firm user base of seed-stage startups. But many small teams prefer a simpler tool. Asana’s most loyal users are Series A and smaller Series B startups; they appreciate Asana’s broader array of features versus simpler platforms like Trello, but don’t yet need the more technical feature set of a project management heavyweight like JIRA.
Asana is free for teams of up to 15 people, although a premium plan can be purchased at any time to unlock more members and more features. Plans start at $21 per month for up to five additional members.
Visit the website: https://asana.com