El chat grupal por sí solo no es suficiente. Basecamp combina *todas* las herramientas que los equipos necesitan juntas en un solo lugar: tableros de mensajes, horarios, listas de tareas, chat grupal, almacenamiento de documentos y archivos y más. En lugar de cosas dispersas por todas partes, todo en lo que estás trabajando estará en un lugar organizado y optimizado. Todos sabrán qué hacer. Nada se escapará de tus manos. Siempre sabrás exactamente qué está pasando.
¿Quién usa Basecamp?
Empresarios, trabajadores autónomos, pequeñas empresas y grupos dentro de grandes organizaciones.
Comentarios: We have three sites. What Basecamp has provided is the unification of messages and tasks across all sites. It has added transparency that is invaluable to all of our team. We can keep important documents. Onboarding videos and other useful information. No more scraps of paper or post-it notes on peoples desks. It provides real accountability for everyone on the team. So simple to use which means 100% user adoption. Everyone loves Basecamp and we have tried every PM software out there. Basecamp is the best in the business!
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When you first start using basecamp, two things strike you the most. It’s clean super tight interface and the lack of some common functions. I see both of these things as a positive. This might seem odd but you soon realise that the makers at Basecamp are uncompromising in their relentless pursuit of keeping you efficient. No bloat. No complication. These all adds up to adoption by the whole team. Which for me is the most important thing. You can have a perfect project management system, but if no one uses it. It’s useless. Basecamp’s gets everything on the same page.
I would love the app to give you persistent reminders for tasks! Snooze for 5 mins etc.
Digital Marketing Manager (Fintech and Financial Services) en Pakistán
Comentarios: Our team was able to streamline the management of both internal and external projects. Using the document sharing feature in each task was a great tool for us since we have a LOT of files attached to every project.
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Basecamp was easy to use and understand for our team. Setting it up needed a bit of learning especially for those technologically challenged, but once they got the hang of it they found it useful and increased their productivity.
There aren't any reporting features in Basecamp. We would have liked to have a way of keeping track of how many tasks were being done or not done, the number of tasks assigned to each team member, the time taken to complete the tasks, etc.
Institute Director en EE. UU.
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Organización cívica y social, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Prueba gratis
Fuente de la reseña
I'm not sure if it's the same people on this one, since there are different versions of this gig sw
hace 3 años
Comentarios: For the fact that it's an app on a major app store, I would have obviously come across it, for the fact that it was something of some form of various thing that I would come across in categorical and ad hoc searching, as it turns out. Aside from not understanding what the purpose of the software was, based on the description that was included in all of the versions in the App Store, I found it particularly disparaging to the community that they framed the purpose of the app as an occupation and dump in of trucks and trailers, and tons of people from out of town, on any given day, whereas the trailers were there in supposition that they were showers that were provided to the homeless, on one day.On one hand, they're not there every day, but on the other hand, it was a bit strange that this ended up being what the app is about.
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In essence, I suppose that this app seems a bit in opposition to the browsing app store user coming across it and then, at some point, upon trying to understand what the portent of the impact of the software is, fairly soon turns up browsing through more apps, wondering what this app is about; particularly to have 3 release versions of it, at this point in time.
Regardless, it turned in to a yellow sign "base camp" social work news article publication thing for the sake of publicizing push material of support for what ended up being a seething attrition for the locals of the area where the "base camp" installment of "obviously, it's on account of the app in the app store thing," and on top of that, there was significant opposition to me as a mental health client recipient of services (supposedly), just tangentially, and for a few times, perhaps, of this art therapy group of people, and then they talked and acted out towards me in my head, outside of any sort of professional or service provider and client circumstances.
I feel like the spirit of development in software, for the purpose of disparaging the client, of a completely different and separate supposition of relation, whatsoever, in regards to the original purpose of meeting with these developers, is simply wrong and unprofessional. These developers cause a significant problem in a different locality between people who are not housed in downtown Los Angeles, on the incident that happened witnessed, and whatever the story was in my head about what anyone might think about such an influx of people in to the area, which is all too common, in various ways;
On top of that, they're plotted right at 222 S. Hill St. 7th floor, Los Angeles, CA, 90012, and they do events of disparagement against me and my family commonly, while trying to suppose that their self esteem is supported and is superior, while homeless and mentally ill bullying and stalking victims are inferior, on account of group brute strength over an individual. They run ostensibly false and slight charity drives for supposedly unfortunate other people.
Comentarios: Great workplace chat app that allows you to not waste away your phone inbox or text messages.
Puntos a favor:
I like 1, that it is inexpensive. It is hard to find a software that doesn't break the budget and actually does the job of being able to work for the entire team. No company wants to depend on blowing up the team members text messages because that is unprofessional to a sense. It has worked wonders for us, even the older coworkers, that are not very tech savvy.
Really poor management of starting chats or forums for non-admin roles. Someone always comes up to me asking how they were not able to start a new chat group or something along the same lines in the Basecamp mobile app. This is an ongoing issue that at the very least needs to be made easier to find or do.