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http://kanbantool.com

Kanban Tool is an original web service for project management based on Kanban. Start with a clear whiteboard and place distinct colorful task cards on it, to map out a process, follow the progress, share tasks and limit the Work In Progress.
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submitted about 2 years ago, by KanbanTool
Manage your work in an effective Kanban Tool popular tool

9 Comments

Hannah

The best online software for team management or pesonal time management. Intuitive design, lots and lots of features. I really recommend it.

Hannah, about 2 years ago

Kathleen678

Love this software! It really help boosting productivity in my team. Analytics, project management, online documents and to-do lists - it's everthing I needed.

Kathleen678, almost 2 years ago

wilm333r

I'm using KanbanTool since 6 months, and I can truly recommend this software. Easy to use and to implement. It makes teamwork easier, and saves a lot of time.

wilm333r, almost 2 years ago

MartinJonessy

very nice app - simple, but get's the job done nicely. love these kind of no-nonsense services, great work.

MartinJonessy, almost 2 years ago

KateR

Simple, easy, very supportive. Reaches all my expectations.

KateR, almost 2 years ago

Anne

It has great features like time tracking and various power-ups. Interface is very user friendly and you can learn how it works "on the go", Worth recommending.

Anne, over 1 year ago

Kasia190457

Geniales Werkzeug für jede Firma. Ich bin überzeugt davon, dass jeder, wer dieses Tool verwendet, sich in das Programm verliebt hat! :)

Kasia190457, about 1 year ago

MaggieR

Honestly, one of the best apps for project management I ever used - very simple and clear, user-friendly and multifunctional.

MaggieR, 7 months ago

AkikoMcCloud

Great application. I cannot imagine working without it now. It's just fantastic for work organization, staying in touch with my team and distributing tasks.

AkikoMcCloud, 6 months ago


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