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    Question Advice about project managemant software

    Hey guys!
    Please advise on Linux-compatible software for project managers such as Jira and Worktime.

    I need software to monitor the productivity of my work and the progress of current tasks. If the program can connect to multiple computers, it'll also be great.
    Thanks!

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    Best Project Management Software

    Project Management Software is software used by a wide range of industries for project planning, resource allocation and scheduling. It enables project managers as well as entire teams to control their budget, quality management and all documentation exchanged throughout a project. This software also serves as a platform for facilitating collaboration among project stakeholders.
    Some top project management software are
    1) monday.com
    2) Jira
    3. Celoxis
    4. AceProject
    5. Buildertrend

    I hope this helps!
    Ben Marin

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    Thanks!
    I did a lot of research and settled on Work Time and Trello

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristinaV View Post
    Thanks!
    I did a lot of research and settled on Work Time and Trello
    ChristinaV, did you use those software products? Can you give your feedback? Because I also search smth alike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by janeking12 View Post
    ChristinaV, did you use those software products? Can you give your feedback? Because I also search smth alike?
    I will leave a little feedback for anyone interested. After studying the Internet on this subject, I chose Trello and WorkTime for myself. I've been using them for some time now and I want to say that I'm generally satisfied. Work time is an excellent and trello does a good job of scheduling tasks. Besides, I'd also like to mention Click-Up, a very convenient to-do list.
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