Tag Archives: task management

5 Reasons Why Task Management and Time Tracking go Hand in Hand

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Most creative agencies understand that time tracking data is a critical component in managing projects more efficiently and in making better business decisions. And, when an agency embraces time tracking to the point they track time on individual tasks, they end up with a trove of detailed, indispensable data. To demonstrate how valuable this data can be, […]

Project Management Software for Web Designers

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Online project management software comes in many different flavors. Finding the right project management software can be overwhelming. With so many to choose from, how can you be sure you’ve found the best fit for your agency? You can’t. But, you can make the selection process easier. Focus on the features first We’ve interviewed customers and asked […]

Buying Web-based Project Management Software

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The adoption rate of web-based project management software among small businesses has been steadily increasing the last few years. Businesses are embracing the software’s ability to connect remote teams and reduce IT budgets. In light of this trend, the folks at SoftwareAdvice.com, an online project management technology consultancy, have put together a buyers report based on their […]

Introducing the Intervals Kanban Board

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A new online task management tool using the Agile practice of Kanban. The Intervals team has completed the beta release of our Kanban board. And it’s open to anyone with an Intervals account (Don’t have one? Create one here). Our Kanban board is designed to help you visualize task workflow and interact with tasks using a simple online variation […]

New Intervals Feature: Task Checklists

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Breaking down a project into smaller tasks is a simpler way to structure and manage your workflow. But there are times when you need to break down a task into smaller to-do lists. To accommodate this need, we’ve enhanced our online task management tool to allow for the addition of task checklists to the summary and comment […]