Taskworld is a cloud-based project and task management solution which combines visual task boards, project analytics, burnup and burndown charts, in-app group and private messaging, and more. Native apps for iOS and Android allow users to receive real-time notifications, access shared files, and collaborate with their team no matter where they are.
With Taskworld, users can create and manage projects, and utilize task lists or Kanban boards to manage workflows according to their preferences. Tasks can be dragged-and-dropped into lists, assigned to team members, set due dates, and have tags and labels added. Recurring tasks can be set to repeat daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly, removing the need for users to continually create repetitive tasks from scratch, and projects can also be copied or created from templates. Individual tasks can also be linked to multiple projects, allowing users to update the same task across multiple project locations in a single step. Tasks can be assigned a number of points based on their difficulty, and then be organized according to their relative scores. Users can also comment directly on tasks to keep team members updated on progress or issues.
Taskworld includes built-in chat functionality, allowing users to send direct messages to one another. Public channels can be used to send messages to the whole organization, or users can create private groups or individual chats to communicate with selected team members. Files can be uploaded into Taskworld to share with team members using the drag-and-drop upload, and can also be dropped directly into messages to be sent as attachments, with image previews immediately displayed to users. Users can also send and reply to chat messages from within their email inbox, as well as receive notifications by email.
Taskworld’s dashboards give users an overview of projects, with the ability to filter tasks by due date, status, assigned team member, and more. All scheduled tasks are displayed in an interactive calendar, and project progress can also be visualized on a timeline, burnup charts, or burndown charts. Project health status can also be tracked through the tasklist overview, which informs users of which tasks are planned, completed, overdue, or which have no due date.
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