I’ve been looking at web based project management software that’ll allow me to create to-do lists, calendar events, create project milestones, export calendars, generate RSS, be multi-user, work on mobile devices (ex. Palm Treo), etc., etc. So far I really like the looks of Tasks Pro. It does all the aforementioned stuff. But I’ve also seen BaseCamp and used dotproject.
Ruby has spent A LOT of time researching project management. I’d say she’s a project management guru. I listen to her on this stuff. But our brains work different. 🙂 I think she’s done reading the famous book, to bloggers at least, Getting Things Done by David Allen. I might just read it up myself. But I doubt I’ll be following any one system to the letter to get my stuff done, but finding new methods is cool.
Right now I use a Moleskin calendar with a pencil to write to-dos on the day I need to do them. It works pretty well. Problem is you can’t share your paper calendar to well. Plus it won’t beep at you or send you a e-mail reminder. Also user interface is VERY important to me. If it doesn’t flow and my visual brain can’t groove with it then it’s useless to me. I hope to get a Palm Treo one day. It might replace my paper book as my mobile to-do list creator.
My questions for you are; Which of these project management softwares have you used? Which one do you USE? Why do you like it? What are some other ones worth considering?