Since the past year we received a lot of requests to cover the best project management softwares and we have been meaning to do that but there are just so many to look at. In 2021 we finally started testing them all.

It’s exhaustingly crazy to see so many amazing options available out there like Trello, Jira, Asana etc. So after testing 390 different project management softwares, we have created this list of the best 30 Trello alternatives that we found.

So, without further ado, here are the top Trello alternatives that are worth considering in 2021.

(We mention the hidden gems πŸ’Ž on top of our list, to give them more exposure, over the already popular ones)



πŸ’Ž HIDDEN GEMS


1. ActiveCollab

ActiveCollab offers sleek project management features with affordable price plans. Along with project management, ActiveCollab also offers workload management, time management and collaboration tools through its desktop and mobile apps.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Robust workload management features to assign/rearrange tasks and set up due dates and capacities

βœ”οΈ Efficient time tracking and onboarding tools

βœ”οΈ Strong tools to track billable hours and generate invoices

βœ”οΈ Robust mobile app with intuitive layout and notification features


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built integrations compared to peers

❌ Many features, such as invoicing and workload management tools, are charged separately


Pricing

πŸ’° Free plan available

πŸ’° Basic plan – $7 per member per month, additional $4 per member per month is charged for Get Paid Bundle


Best known for

ActiveCollab is best known for its workload management features. Even though they have additional charges, the workload management tools are quite useful when it comes to onboarding, assigning tasks and deadlines, estimating expenses and daily capacities and logging off days


⭐ Our Rating – 4.7/5


2. Paymo

Paymo offers a unified platform for task management and scheduling. Paymo also offers tools for time tracking, timesheet reporting, invoicing and collaboration to facilitate effective resource allocation.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Advanced planning features, with project templates, which generate optimal deadlines for activities to ensure projects are completed on time.

βœ”οΈ Handy task management features that can convert projects into time and cost estimates

βœ”οΈ Robust budgeting and expense tracking features

βœ”οΈ Platform is available in 20 different languages


Cons

❌ Many features, such as Gantt charts, are only available for premium plans

❌ Lack of in-built add-ons to import and export client to other project management platforms.


Pricing

πŸ’° Small office plan – $11.95 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $18.95 per user per month

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Paymo is best known for its financial and invoicing tools that can be used to easily convert estimates into invoices, budget/track expenses and view the financial health of your projects.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


3. Awork

Awork provides project and task management tools for businesses of all sizes. Along with task management tools, Awork also offers automation, calendar management, invoicing and communication tools for teams looking to exchange info within tasks and projects.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Flexible task management views with custom filters and features to create recurring tasks

βœ”οΈ Smart notification and messaging features to enable users to exchange files and information within projects

βœ”οΈ Robust automation features that are in-built into timelines

βœ”οΈ Simplified user interface with drag-and-drop features


Cons

❌ Time tracking features have many limitations, e.g. it’s not possible to time-track multiple people

❌ Multiple tasks cannot be edited or deleted at once


Pricing

πŸ’° Premium plan – $14 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise plan – $17 per user per month (billed annually only)

πŸ’° Free trial is available


Best known for

Awork is best known for its automation features. It comes pre-loaded with 400 different task combinations, which can be used to automatically manage deadlines and budget constraints.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


4. Nifty

Nifty offers a novel platform that consolidates various project and task management tools into one app. Along with task management tools, Nifty also offers communication, file sharing and automation tools on its platform.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Unique communication tools that allow users to create threads for discussions within projects to share files and convert discussions into actions

βœ”οΈ  Handy automation tools to assign recurring tasks and convert task lists into milestones

βœ”οΈ Versatile file sharing tools that allow users to edit, view and comment on files and documents during project discussions

βœ”οΈ Innovative project management features that segment projects into portfolio teams in order to control participation


Cons

❌ Calendar and scheduling features are very basic compared to peers

❌ Working on multiple projects simultaneously can make the dashboard very cluttered.


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial available

πŸ’° Starter plan – $49 per user per month

πŸ’° Pro plan – $99 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $149 per user per month

πŸ’° Customized pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Nifty is best known for its document sharing tools, with built-in Google Docs, which allow users to launch documents from project discussions. Team members can also view and edit files easily and build conversations around the files using these tools.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


5. TeamGantt

As the name suggests, TeamGantt offers a platform that is Gantt charts. Along with project management tools, TeamGantt also offers workload management, scheduling and collaboration tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Flexible gantt charting tools, with a drag and drop interface and options to switch between Kanban, Gantt or Calendar views

βœ”οΈ  Easy collaboration tools to add project updates and documents in user threads.

βœ”οΈ Lightweight and user-friendly mobile app

βœ”οΈ Built-in resource management software to help with workload management


Cons

❌ Lack of automation features compared to peers

❌ Critical path features are missing


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial available

πŸ’° Standard plan – Starting from $24.95 per user per month

πŸ’° Advanced plan – Starting from $29.95 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans also available for large enterprises


Best known for

As the name suggests, TeamGantt is best known for its Gantt chart views, which have in-built drag and drop features and project portfolio views to help with timeline and workload management.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


6. Toggl Plan

A subdivision of the Toggl group, Toggl Plan offers simplified project management tools at affordable prices. Toggl plan also offers team planning and task management features though its desktop and mobile app.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Easy to use drag-and-drop dashboard with color-coding and milestone features

βœ”οΈ Handy team-view features with in-task commenting tools and shared timelines

βœ”οΈ Versatile workload management features to track off days and holidays

βœ”οΈ Multi-purpose checklist and memo features for simplified task scheduling and planning


Cons

❌ Additional charges are applicable for time-tracking tools (Toogl track)

❌ Tools related to task estimations and task dependencies have several limitations


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Team plan – $9 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $15 per user per month


Best known for

Toggl plan is best known for its workload management and team planning features. With its checklist features and shared timelines, Toogl’s team planning features for weekly stand ups and long-term planning.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


7. Freedcamp

Freedcamp offers project and task management tools for businesses of all sizes. Along with task management tools, Freedcamp also has many calendar, documentation and time/issue tracking tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile tracking tools that track project/task time spans and issues related to tasks

βœ”οΈ Handy documentation features that can store multiple versions of the same document in different timelines

βœ”οΈ Robust invoicing features that are integrated into time-tracking tools

βœ”οΈ Warning systems with active user notifications to help keep costs down as per billing cycle


Cons

❌ Lack of automation features compared to peers

❌ Lack of in-built integration options compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Minimalist plan – $2.49 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $8.99 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise plan – $16.99 per user per month

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Freedcamp is best known for its tracking tools. Along with time tracking tools to track workdays and bill clients, Freedcamp also has strong issue tracking tools to handle support, keep track of bugs and resolve issues efficiently.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


8. Streamtime

Streamtime offers a comprehensive project and task management platform with flexible price plans. Along with project and task management, Streamtime also offers invoicing, reporting , scheduling and time tracking features aimed towards people working on creative projects and assignments.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Novel features to convert job plans into quotes and invoices (embedded into Kanban boards)

βœ”οΈ Robust scheduling tools that can seamlessly sync with job plans and to-do lists

βœ”οΈ Flexible Kanban features with in-built expense tracking and checklists

βœ”οΈ Customisable pricing plans designed only as per the features that are required by users


Cons

❌ Mobile app only available for iOS

❌ Reporting features are very basic compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans provided as per features selects

πŸ’° All inclusive plan – $40 per user per month

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Streamtime is best known for its quoting tools, which have tracking features to make sure users are aware of approved and declined quotes, along with multi-currency and emailing tools to ensure clear quotes can be sent to clients easily.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


9. Freelo

Freelo provides simplified business communication and task management tools for businesses of all sizes. Along with task management, Freelo also offers flexible calendar management, scheduling, time-tracking and project management tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile communication features such as notifications, task discussions, smart alerts to reach out to team members and clients

βœ”οΈ Handy project and task management features , with tools such as dynamic full-text search engine and Kanban boards

βœ”οΈ Strong time-tracking features with tools to generate instant cost-reports and invoices

βœ”οΈ Multi-purpose drag-and-drop dashboard to assign labels and team notes across calendars


Cons

❌ Lack of Gantt chart features compared to peers

❌ In-built integrations are limited compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Freelance plan – $26 per user per month

πŸ’° Team plan – $49 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $144 per user per month

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Freelo is best known for its communication features. Along with smart alerts and handy task discussion features, Freelo also offers unique email address tools which allow users to reply directly to task discussions without opening Freelo.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


10. Flow

Flow offers modern task and project management software with affordable price plans. Along with task and project management, Flow also offers workload management and collaboration tools through its mobile and desktop app.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Streamlined project management dashboard that makes it easy to scan multiple projects across multiple teams and divisions, with archiving and segmenting features

βœ”οΈ Handy communication features that enable users to add rich text notes and task comments, along with staff directory features and customized emails for task boards

βœ”οΈ Dynamic workload management tools to view and segment tasks across teams and employees with calendar views

βœ”οΈ Ample customization options for project features, fonts, colors and icons


Cons

❌ Lack of invoicing and billing features compared to peers

❌ Integrations required for time tracking


Pricing

πŸ’° Basic plan – $8 per user per month

πŸ’° Plus plan – $12 per user per month

πŸ’° Pro plan – $18 per user per month

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Flow is best known for its communication features, with real time notifications, customizable notes with options to add rich text and attachments, tailor-made email ids for specific projects/tasks and dedicated views to see every task assignment and correspondence.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


11. Ntask

Ntask offers a comprehensive one-stop-shop platform for project and task management. Along with project/task management tools, Ntask also offers time/issue tracking, collaboration, scheduling and risk management tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Easy-to-use Gantt charts with task dependency and budget tracking features

βœ”οΈ Robust time and issue tracking features, with one-click report submissions, provisioning tools for non-billable resources and streamlined issue-resolution dashboard

βœ”οΈ Strong collaboration tools that make it easy to link tasks to meetings and sync meetings with calendars

βœ”οΈ Unique risk management tools that enable users to prepare for unforeseen events.


Cons

❌ Mobile application is not user-friendly

❌ Limited options to view multiple tasks and projects on a single dashboard


Pricing

πŸ’° Premium plan – $3.99 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $11.99 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans available for enterprise solutions

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Ntask is best known for its unique risk-management features, which enable users to link identified risks with particular tasks for quick tracking. Ntask also provides risk metrics to assess risk impact and likelihood, along with tools to make mitigation plans.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


12. Bloomup

Bloomup offers tools to organize tasks and processes for businesses of all sizes. Along with task and project management features, Bloomup also offers customised templates for OKRs monitoring, marketing campaigns, tax reporting and collaboration for start-ups, marketing and consulting firms.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile project management tools that can convert recurring projects into personalised templates

βœ”οΈ Easy-to-use tools to customize indicators to track task and project progress

βœ”οΈ Well-rounded tools to help build a knowledge base and data management hub

βœ”οΈ Collaboration features designed to work with team members and clients simultaneously


Cons

❌ Lack of calendar features compared to peers

❌ Pricing plans are expensive compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Team plan – $57 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $117 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised enterprise plans available upon request

Free trial plan is also available


Best known for

Bloomup is best known for its template features, which can convert recurring projects and tasks into customized templates which can be automated for future use. Along with customised templates, Bloomup also has ready templates available for basic marketing, project management, HR and admin tasks.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5



πŸ₯‡ TOP PERFORMERS


13. Basecamp

Basecamp provides project and task management tools that are designed specifically for work-from-home teams. Along with task management, Basecamp also offers file-sharing, communication and scheduling tools, along with their signature Hill Charts to assist with project management.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Innovative hill-chart features that turn to-do lists into user-defined, easy-to-use project overviews

βœ”οΈ Handy message boards and group chat features for easy communication and collaboration, with automatic check in questions and smart notifications

βœ”οΈ Robust scheduling features with seamless integrations to Google Cal, iCal and Outlook

βœ”οΈ Convenient company-HQ features that enable users to add their company branding to the Basecamp user interface, in order to create team spaces for announcements, document storage and social activities


Cons

❌ Lack of time tracking features compared to peers

❌ Lack of billing and invoicing features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° All-inclusive business plan – $99 per user per month (minimum 3 seats required per plan)

Free trial plans are also available.


Best known for

Basecamp is best known for its hill-chart features, which provide project overviews based on user-defined to-do lists. Tasks on hill-charts can be scaled up or down on the curve as per user discretion and every task on the chart has notification tools to help track progress.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.8/5


14. Zoho Projects

A by-product of the Zoho group, Zoho Projects offers cloud-based project and task management software. Along with project and task management tools, Zoho Projects also offers automation, time tracking and collaboration tools through its mobile and web app.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Innovative automation features with tools such as automated notifications and email alerts.

βœ”οΈ Handy time and issue tracking tools to compare planned project time vs actual project time, with easy invoicing tools

βœ”οΈ Versatile collaboration features to add news feeds ad dynamic chats to tasks and projects

βœ”οΈ Easy access to in-depth resource utilization charts and reports


Cons

❌ Additional charges are levied for every client user

❌ Features to link tasks to milestones are inadequate


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan is available

πŸ’° Premium plan – $4.8 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise plan – $9.6 per user per month


Best known for

Zoho Projects is best known for its automation features, which can be accessed through its Blueprints tool. Blueprints allows users to design automated workflows through its drag-and-drop editor, which can also be used to keep the right people in the task loop and automate routine tasks such as email notifications.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.7/5


15. Teamwork

Teamwork offers project and task management features that are geared towards users on every end of the expertise spectrum. Along with project and task management tools, Teamwork also offers workload management, team tracking, calendar tools and risk management features.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Advanced portfolio management tools to get a comprehensive view of every ongoing project

βœ”οΈ Easy workload management features to measure team-member capacities in or to avoid bottlenecks and re-prioritize pending tasks

βœ”οΈ Seamless time tracking to help with transparent invoicing and better allocation of resources

βœ”οΈ Versatile template features to standardize recurring tasks and projects


Cons

❌ Tasks can only be added through projects through pre-existing task lists

❌ In-built communication and collaboration tools are lacking compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Free plan available

πŸ’° Pro plan – $12.5 per user per month

πŸ’° Premium plan – $22.5 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Teamwork is best known for its template features, which can automate repetitive work, reduce errors and fast-track routine projects and tasks. Templates can be created for product launches, bug tracking, marketing campaigns, client onboarding, project tracking, and many other routine business processes. 


⭐ Our Rating – 4.7/5


16. Wrike

A part of the Citrix group, Wrike offers comprehensive work management features with affordable pricing plans. Along with project and task management tools, Wrike also offers time-tracking, automation and collaboration tools, along with numerous template features.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Advanced automation features to standardize recurring tasks and predict project risk

βœ”οΈ Ample customisation options available for dashboards, workflows and custom forms

βœ”οΈ Innovative collaboration tools to coordinate team schedules and centralize feedback

βœ”οΈ Advanced analytics dashboard with custom reporting to view project progress


Cons

❌ Exporting and sharing features are lacking compared to peers

❌ Certain email integrations, e.g. Outlook, tend to have lagging issues


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Professional plan – $9.8 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $24.8 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Wrike is best known for its collaboration features, such as online proofing tools (that enables users to centralize feedback from multiple team members and automate recurring approvals) and publishing tools (that enable users to leverage digital asset management tools publish and update important documents and files)


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


17. Clubhouse

Clubhouse offers functional project and task management tools for businesses of all sizes. Along with project and task management, Clubhouse also offers collaboration, document sharing and advanced analytics through its mobile and desktop platform.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Numerous views and reports are available to visualize and track task progress

βœ”οΈ Novel features to initiate projects in the form of stories, with advanced filtering options.

βœ”οΈ Handy collaboration features to link projects and documents in real-time chats and build team databases


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built data importing features compared to peerrs

❌ Lack of time and issue tracking features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Standard plan – $10 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Clubhouse is known for its project and task-management views. Along with basick Kanban views, Clubhouse also offers various other views with its Velocity charts, Burndown charts and Cumulative flow diagrams so that users can visualize and track progress from every angle.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.6/5


18. Taskworld

Taskworld offers a unified platform to manage projects and track tasks. Along with task and project management, Taskworld also offers time tracking, file sharing and collaboration tools, along with template and reporting features.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile task management features with tools to create multiple recurring tasks simultaneously in multiple projects

βœ”οΈ Robust communication tools to exchange information and documents with team members and clients through multiple channels

βœ”οΈ Novel analytics features such as burndown/burnup charts, interactive dashboards and performance reviews.

βœ”οΈ Handy time-tracking features to get logs for each project


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built integration options compared to peers

❌ Lack of invoicing and billing features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Professional plan – $13 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $30 per user per month

πŸ’° Custom pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Taskworld is best known for its communication features. Taskworld enables users to directly create task attachments and chat replies through email. Emails can be sent by prefixing @ before a colleagues name, and flexible commenting and direct messaging tools are seamlessly built into task and project features.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


19. Runrun

Runrun offers wide-ranging solutions for managing tasks, projects and workflows. Along with project and task management features, Runrun also offers time-tracking, automation and advanced analytical tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Smart AI features to help optimize process times and automate execution of project and task templates

βœ”οΈ Robust time-tracking features that generate automated timesheets

βœ”οΈ Advanced analytics, with dynamic charts and tools, to predict project deadlines and costs with AI-enabled tools.

βœ”οΈ Handy template features standardize recurring projects and tasks


Cons

❌ Task priority features are lacking compared to peers

❌ Only previously scheduled tasks can be automated, common or ongoing tasks cannot be automated into repetitive tasks.


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Business plan – $10 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise plan – $25 per user per month


Best known for

Runrun is best known for its analytics, especially its signature Predictive Burnup chart, which takes into account task types, work schedules, and priority queues to predict project delivery times and associated costs, with the help of advanced algorithms.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


20. Proofhub

As the name suggests, Proofhub specialises in proofing tools. Proofhub offers simplified online project and task management tools through its desktop and mobile app. Along with project/task management, Proofhub also offers workflow management, collaboration, file sharing and scheduling tools, along with access to various reports and dashboard views.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Handy communication tools to create topics, messaging threads, announcement boards and notebooks within tasks, with features to add comments through emails

βœ”οΈ Advanced proofing tools to review, proof and approve files before collaborating with them

βœ”οΈ Versatile features to view task progress, such as visual roadmap timelines and workflow task reports

βœ”οΈ Ample customisation and white-labelling options


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built integration options compared to peers

❌ Lack of issue tracking features


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Essential plan – $50 per month, unlimited users

πŸ’° Ultimate control plan – $99 per month, unlimited users


Best known for

Proofhub is best known for its collaboration tools, particularly its proofing features. Proofhub allows users to design, annotate and review files in real time, through its threaded comments and one-click approval features that can be embedded into any attachment or file.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


21. Kanbanize

As the name suggests, Kanbanize aims to provide project and task management features through its Kanban tools. Along with project and task management, Kanbanize also provides workflow management, timeline planning, automation and collaboration tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile Kanban chart features with flexible card views and filters to add multiple projects on one board for cross functional teams

βœ”οΈ Innovative timeline features such as work-in-progress limits and real-time status updates

βœ”οΈ Unique card link features, with options to add parent-child links and predecessor-successor links, to streamline task dependencies

βœ”οΈ Robust drag-and-drop dashboard to automate recurring processes and programming trigger actions


Cons

❌ Not suitable for freelancers or businesses with less than 10 employees, as pricing plans are calculated with at least 15 users

❌ Communication and proofing features are very basic compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial plan available

πŸ’° Single plan available, starting from $179 per month with at least 15 users


Best known for

Kanbanize is best known for specialising in Kanban charts, which can be viewed through its visually friendly drag-and-drop dashboard. Kanbanize also gives users task-limiting features and role-based access to reduce bottlenecks, along with flexible card views and templates for reminders and follow-ups.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.2/5



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22. Easyprojects

Easyprojects provides work management software with affordable pricing plans. Along with project and task management, Easyprojects also offers resource management, time tracking, budgeting and automation tools through its desktop and mobile apps.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Easy-to-use activity center to create tasks and project portfolios using Gantt Chart, Kanban, Table and Calendar views

βœ”οΈ Robust resource planning features with critical path and multiple dependency tools

βœ”οΈ Unique machine-learning features that use AI algorithms to predict project completion dates

βœ”οΈ Versatile budgeting features to help with billing, expense tracking, cost budgeting and generating custom rate cards


Cons

❌ Project reports are cluttered and require additional formatting once generated

❌ Missed notifications and slow tagging features are common


Pricing

For CRM

πŸ’° Free starter plan available

πŸ’° Team plan – $24 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise and professional pricing plans have customised pricing


Best known for

Easyprojects is best known for AI Forecasting features, that utilize machine learning and algorithms to predict project completion dates and costs using historically available variables and data


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


23. Avaza

Avaza offers all-in-one software solutions for project and task management. Along with project and task management, Avaza also offers invoicing, time-tracking, resource scheduling and communication tools at affordable price plans.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Handy email integration and team-chat features that enable users to convert emails/chats into tasks and create dedicated project channels to discuss each task/project

βœ”οΈ Robust one-click time tracking features with flexible timesheet approval and import/export tools.

βœ”οΈ Versatile invoicing features with customisation options and automation tools to send recurring invoices

βœ”οΈ Strong expense management features that enable users to streamline reimbursements and approvals for accurate client billing


Cons

❌ Charges are levied for additional guest users

❌ Business reporting features are very basic compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Startup plan – $9.95 per month

πŸ’° Basic plan – $19.95 per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $39.95 per month


Best known for

Avaza is best known for its invoicing features, through which users can send and track customized invoices. Avaza also has tools to create invoicing schedules for recurring invoices, track project revenues through client bills, add payment links to invoices and add smart tags which auto-fill current data points whenever invoices are generated.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


24. Nozbe

Nozbe offers flexible task and project management tools from its mobile and desktop platform, whilst focussing on work-from-home teams and freelancers. Along with project and task management, Nozbe also has many communication and collaboration tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Versatile and lightweight mobile app to increase flexibility for remote teams

βœ”οΈ Handy collaboration tools to share projects, delegate tasks and attach comments with just a few clicks

βœ”οΈ Easy to user project-template features to automate recurring projects and tasks.

βœ”οΈ Comprehensive knowledge base to assist employees with the platform


Cons

❌ In-built integrations are limited compared to peers

❌ Lack of time tracking and billing features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Solo/Duo plan – $10 per month

πŸ’° Small business plan – $23 per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $99 per month

πŸ’° Premium teams plan – $24 per month


Best known for

Nozbe is best known for its lightweight and streamlined iOS and Android app, which enables remote and work-from-home teams to prioritize and manage incoming tasks and projects effectively, using one-click delegation tools and flexible commenting features.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


25. Redbooth

Redbooth offers affordable task and project management solutions for businesses of all sizes. Along with task and project management, Redbooth also offers workload and timeline management, along with unique communication features


Pros

βœ”οΈ Seamless Zoom integration to launch video and conference calls from project and task timelines/boards

βœ”οΈ Easy-to-use drag and drop project dashboards to visualize project timelines

βœ”οΈ Comprehensive reporting features to generate reports on task statuses, timelines and progress planning

βœ”οΈ Streamlined dashboards available to manage updates, create task dependencies and set filters to manage bottlenecks


Cons

❌ Time tracking and timesheet features require additional integrations

❌ Lack of automation features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Pro plan – $12 per user per month

πŸ’° Business plan – $18.75 per user per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing available for enterprise plans


Best known for

Redbooth is best known for its communication tools, particularly its seamless Zoom integration which gives users a robust video calling tool to conduct important conference calls and run team meetings within any project timeline or dashboard in the Redbooth platform.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


26. Orangescrum

Orangescrum offers project and task management tools through cloud based and self-hosted platforms. Along with project and task management, Orangescrum also offers time-tracking, analytics and project template tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Handy agile project management features which enable users to build, deliver and review features iteratively using sprint tools

βœ”οΈ Strong resource management tools to perform resource forecasting and manage workload as per team capacity

βœ”οΈ  Easy access to in-depth resource, scrum and task analysis reports

βœ”οΈ Convenient notification features with automated daily check-ins for project progress and task updates


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built integration options compared to peers

❌ Mobile app is not very user friendly


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Startup Plan – $9 per month

πŸ’° Professional Plan – $49 per month

πŸ’° Customised pricing is available for on-premise and enterprise plans


Best known for

Orangescrum is best known for its agile project management features, particularly its sprint tools, which can enable users to build and review features and tools iteratively whilst keeping end-user feedback into the developmental loop.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


27. Zenkit

Marketing itself as β€˜productivity software’, Zenkit offers project management tools through its Zenkit Base platform and task management tools through its Zenkit To Do platform. Along with project and task management, Zenkit also offers real-time collaboration, activity tracking and automation features for recurring tasks.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Unique real-time activity tracking features to track projects and tasks in teams and on project boards

βœ”οΈ Advanced filters and search features to create custom views

βœ”οΈ  Handy features to add excel-style formulas and aggregations in any task board

βœ”οΈ Ample customisation options are available


Cons

❌ Many chatting and communication tools have additional charges

❌ More list sorting and document sharing features need to be added.


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Plus plan – $9 per user per month for Zenkit Base, $4 per user per month for Zenkit To-do

πŸ’° Business plan – $25 per user per month for Zenkit Base, $19 per user per month for Zenkit To-do

πŸ’° Customised pricing plans available for enterprise solutions


Best known for

Zenkit is best known for its customisation options. Along with rich text editing tools, Zenkit also provides features to customise task colors, dashboard colors, background images, dashboard themes and task notes


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


28. Beesbusy

Beesbusy is a tool that allows you to organize your daily life, manage your projects and plan your tasks. It particularly stands out in time management: resource workload, occupancy rate, time tracking. It promotes collaborative work by allowing teams to communicate and stay informed. Efficient and really easy to use, it brings together expert users and occasional users. Beesbusy is available on your web browser and as a mobile application.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Advanced project management features with multi-project views to keep a clear timeline of all tasks

βœ”οΈ Convenient options to customise and personalize user interfaces with preferred colours and logos

βœ”οΈ Visually well-arranged and easy to use interface

βœ”οΈ Useful notification and acknowledgement tools to boost collaboration


Cons

❌ Lack of expense tracking and invoicing tools compared to peers

❌ Lack of reporting and forecasting tools compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Business plan – Starting from $13.99 per user per month

πŸ’° Enterprise plan – Starting from $27.99 per user per month


Best known for

Beesbusy is best known for its user-friendly interface, with easy task moving tools, multi-project views, presentation modes to see projects in full screen and custom categorisation tools for visual project/task management.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.3/5


29. Smarttask

Smarttask offers an all-in-one platform for project and task management with affordable pricing plans. Along with project and task management, Smarttask also offers CRM (customer relationship management), collaboration, workload management and time tracking tools.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Strong task management features with task/report customisation and powerful search options

βœ”οΈ Handy template tools to create recurring projects and auto-schedule tasks

βœ”οΈ Unique CRM features to manage customer interactions and service requests

βœ”οΈ Versatile communication tools, with task-from-email, video conferencing and dynamic instant messaging features


Cons

❌ Lack of in-built integration options compared to peers

❌ Lack of invoicing tools


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Basic plan – $7 per user per month

πŸ’° Premium plan – $11 per user per month


Best known for

Smarttask is best known for its CRM features, which are loaded with tools to add customer contacts to tasks, record every customer interaction (including calls), move sales enquiries to multiple team members through project boards and generate detailed sales funnel reports and analytics


⭐ Our Rating – 4.5/5


30. Project.co

Geared towards creative teams, Project.co is a comprehensive platform for project and task management tools. Along with project and task management, Project.co also offers ready project templates, file sharing, time tracking and invoicing features with payment options for clients.


Pros

βœ”οΈ Wide selection of pre-built project templates so that users can start projects within minutes.

βœ”οΈ Novel invoicing features with tools to request payments from clients

βœ”οΈ Handy features to embed multiple attachments and databases into any task board

βœ”οΈ Versatile collaboration tools to launch discussion boards and notebooks within projects.


Cons

❌ Lack of integration options compared to peers

❌ Lack of automation features compared to peers


Pricing

πŸ’° Free trial is available

πŸ’° Everything unlimited plan – $10 per user per month


Best known for

Project.co is best known for its versatile project/task template library, that enables users to launch projects within a few minutes using high-end pre-built templates. Templates are available for various business functions such as product development, finance, HR, sales and marketing.


⭐ Our Rating – 4.4/5


Conclusion

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