I’m often asked what tool I use or recommend for keeping tasks in order and managing projects, so I recorded a behind-the-scenes look at how I use Infinity .
It’s the tool that runs my blog, membership community and personal tasks.
Quick Infinity demo
See behind the scenes of how we use Infinity for project management and other work organization. Watch the video below.
If you can’t see the video above, watch the guided tour here on YouTube.
I love it because I can see tasks on a calendar, assign them to other people, and automate activities too. For example, if a task is overdue, I can send an email alert. If a date is reached, the status of a task can automatically be updated.
Infinity is very flexible, more so than Airtable, Plutio or MS Planner/Teams lists, which we have tried in the past.
Having said that, what works for me isn’t necessarily going to work for you. The other thing I find myself recommending is Crozdesk . It’s a human-led service where they listen to your requirements and recommend tools that meet your needs.
Crozdesk is free for you – the software companies pay for the referral if you go on to buy a product – and because they actually know the tools it massively speeds up creating a suitable shortlist for your team to test out.
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This article first appeared at Rebel’s Guide to Project Management