With so many people working outside of the office, trying to manage a multi-user project isn't always easy. Finishing certain segments of the code is vital for other elements to progress. Therefore each user needs to know when the project is due to start, the completion date and how their work fits in to the schedule. Short of emailing them the details each week, the other alternative is to use project planning software where all this information can be contained within one interface and shared between different users.
OpenProj is free project planning software, produced as a cross-platform product, so whatever operating system your developers are using, they can access your project documents. It's a little complicated to use, but similar to any other project software. The thing is, it's free, so worth investigating solely as it's a low-cost way to help you manage your projects. Download OpenProj.
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