Sunday, September 30, 2007 at 6:30pm by Site Administrator
Thanks to a comment dropped elsewhere on Bootstrapper, I came across a collaborative web application from Mercury Grove called Web Groups.
This tool pushes the concept of “web groups” and virtual teams and offers, amongst other features, a “blog-like discussion board with 2-way comments” that allows you to post text and images. Other features:
- Unlimited users and groups.
- Team and personal calendars and task lists.
- Customizable modules and branding.
- Email notification and alerts.
- Contact management.
- News feed reader.
- Project tracking.
- File sharing.
So it’s very similar to Basecamp and other web PM tools, but unlike Copper Project it does not have Gantt charts. However, it’s apparently completely free. After spending a half hour trying it out, I have to say it’s also very easy to use, invite team members, set up web groups, projects and tasklists.
So if you’re a bootstrapping entrepreneur that collaborates online, do check out Mercury Grove’s Web Groups.
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