Project Management Inside of WordPress

I have a friend who was asking about project management inside of WordPress.  I use Asana for a lot of my stuff (which I love), but I had seen a Project Management plugin that came out not too long ago that I thought I would check out.

Turns out it is pretty awesome. It even has a nice premium upgrade ($15 for single site) that let’s you create a nice front end for clients.

Benefits

  • Unlimited Projects
  • Unlimited Users
  • No recurring costs
  • In-expensive to start
  • Permission Level Views (Users only see their views)
  • Permission Level Notifications (decide on every item who to notify)
  • Milestones, Sub-Task Lists, Due Dates
  • Reordering of Tasks
  • Actively being developed

Drawbacks

  • Relatively New Product
  • Can’t see how to Archive Tasks and Projects when complete

Would Like’s

  • It would be nice to have some nice way to integrate with this plugin.  I would like to integrate some billing in here.  Perhaps that would be a good add on for the developer to look at next… or perhaps I will develop it. 🙂 

4 Comments

  1. Is there possibility to copy the projects/tasklists or set predefined task lists ?

    • Out of the box there is not a way to do that, as far as I have been able to see, but that is certainly something that could be written.

  2. Hi Jeff,

    I’ve been trying to get help with this Project Manager front end but finding little to no help. I watched your video presentation and got more out of that than from the maker.

    I want to use this for customers to update them on the status of their loan. I didn’t want to give them access to my word press backend. I purchased the Front End buy up but having difficulty understanding how to access the front end portion (the customer’s view). I would like them to have it password protected because it is private loan information. Do I need to set up the front end on a subdomain or can I make a separate webpage on my main domain? I appreciate any help.

    Neal

    • If I understand right you can do this.
      – Add a page and put in the short code [cpm]
      – Then use the “Visibility” options on the right to password protect the page.

      There is no need to create a separate webpage for your domain.

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