Zcope is intended to make project management easy. It focuses on the central issues of tasks, dates, and budgets. Information exchange is one of the key areas, and there are built-in tools for managing and sharing project documents as well as for communicating with team members. One of the key communication tools is a project blog in which all team members can post.
The project overview section gives figures and charts for an at-a-glance view of project progress, including a list of upcoming tasks and what has already happened. The project manager can also add new team members from this section. When allocating tasks, project managers can also decide how much time should be spent on each task.
One of the best aspects of Zcope is the interlinking of the different sections. For example, blog posts can be linked to task lists and milestones so that everyone involved in a project knows what is being discussed.
Zcope can be useful whether you use one of its functions or all of them. The clear, easy to read interface and RSS feeds for keeping track of information easily are just two of the reasons why it’s worth a try.
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