Beesbusy :Beesbusy gives you three different project views: task boards, Gantt charts, and team schedules.But you can also view multiple projects across those same views for a complete picture of the running workload—plus, use filters to customize the display and easily find what you need.
When you reschedule a task, you’ll be able to see all the constraints and impacts on other projects.Beesbusy’s time tracking features can reveal hang ups and help you readjust your schedules.Managers and team leaders use initial estimates for tasks before team members update their progress and time spent on each section.
You’ll have three customizable dashboards for task and project tracking.Within the Individual Dashboard, you can create task lists to see what’s happening on a small scale, such as tasks marked late, priority, or to-do tomorrow.
The Customized Dashboard lets you see the tasks of your team, and the Global Dashboard offers a bird’s eye view of all your project portfolios.You can also track the overall progress of group projects with color-coded indicators before digging deeper with a more detailed display in a drop-down menu.
Add your own logo and colors to Beesbusy to keep your project management suite on-brand, especially when presenting in meetings or pitches.After a while, Beesbusy will feel like such an essential part of your projects that you’ll wonder how you ever managed before!
At some point, your projects need more management attention than a digital checklist and daily Slack check-ins. Beesbusy grows with you, letting you create Gantt charts, organize schedules, and track task times across multiple projects for a complete management solution.
As a high school teacher, I started using beesbusy during the Covid lockdown to organize activities with my students remotely and track their progress in the mini projects we were setting up.