As part of our update week (this week also saw Task Promotion and Demotion, as well as Moving Subtasks Across Tasks), we have added the ability to collapse tasks. Task based project management the way we implement it has you guys creating many levels of tasks, cluttering your screen with child tasks you don't need to see right now.
And we announce another new feature - the ability to move subtasks across tasks!
Today we announce a feature addition to PoP Project - now you can promote and demote tasks!
We have been in business for about three years. It’s been as if you are on a plane waiting on the runway to take off. Looking outside and anticipating when you will experience that thrust of aircraft adrenalin which keeps you pinned to your back rest for the seconds while the jets roar to pull the machine off ground and in the air. Then it happens. For PoP Project we are in that exact moment.
So far we have had many beta customers use the tool, but have been waiting to start the take off in terms of sign ups, accolades, and acceptance. Now we see it happening.
Recently, we heard from our users that email replies were not being sent to the wall. Further investigation led us to find 15 emailed replies that had not made their way to the wall. Also, several emails were not being read and posted completely (it looked like the system was eating part of the reply!).
The email reply system is now fixed, and here is what we did to fix it.
The task of project management and planning for your small business has been placed on your shoulders, and you are eager to start but unsure of what to do next. There are lots of certifications, and online tutorials for project management and planning but nothing really comprehensive for someone fresh on the block. This guide will get you up and running as a project management and planning expert, regardless of your experience in project management from before.
Project Management and Planning using the Rule of Three Threes