Wave goodbye to productivity killers!
Adios, email issues
End suffering from distracting email chains, ‘inbox addiction’ and lost conversations.
Fix team communication.
So long, spreadsheets
Enable the whole team to manage their work from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
Share and update with ease.
Catch you later, confusion
Remove doubts like, “Who actually owns that task?”, "How important is this?" and “When is the deadline?”
Set clear expectations.
Bye-bye, boring meetings
People average 30 hours each month in unproductive meetings, costing businesses money.
Save time and money.
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All kinds of teams benefit from an allthings productivity boost
Agile software developer?
Power through your sprints.
- See at a glance what your priorities are
- Easy Scrum planning - work that backlog!
- Use one tool for tasks, timescales, teamwork
- Visibility of burnup, impediments - everything agile
- Customize it! Your data, as you need to see it
Work in marketing?
Deliver more, in less time.
- Create and share plans, projects, tasks
- Organize calls, meetings and events
- Centralize communication about tasks
- Easily share documents and reports
- Measure and balance team workloads.
How much does boosting team productivity cost?
Try all features with a free trial. Pick a paid or free plan after 14 days.
Up to team members
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costs $29.85 per month
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