Giving up at this point.
Sales team adopted Zoho CRM, so we gave Zoho Projects a shot. Head and shoulders better for us. There's really no comparison: dependencies (obviously), better organizational granularity (e.g., categories (shared among the team!), projects, milestones, task lists, tasks, sub-tasks, etc.), kanban view, and on it goes.
That it's less than half the price ($80/mo for unlimited users) is icing...
Thanks for your reply, Dave. That said, the original comment was written back in 2010. Any ETA on dependencies? We've got work to do...
Task dependency is huge!
My team has dozens of projects under consideration at any given point in time, many of them with a dozen or more tasks/subtasks. If priorities shift -- and they do -- we wind up having to manually adjust those many dozens of due dates rather than simply shifting the due date of the first dependency and the rest of the due dates automatically adjust (including the overall project that the tasks support)
Team members are becoming increasingly frustrated with this lack of basic project functionality and are starting to agitate for a system that can handle dependencies. Projecturf has a lot of functionality to recommend it, but...
We currently pay $200/month for full Projecturf functionality. One of our team members has been looking for alternatives and is a proponent of Zoho Projects, which supports dependencies, for only $80/month. At the moment, his arguments are looking pretty compelling. Any ideas on why we should stick w/PT?reiner.bohlen supported this idea ·