Project list isn’t a full-scale project management solution. It’s not Basecamp or Harvest (but it plays well with others). It’s not a way to share files, send messages, track time or see every piece of data related to a project.

Project List is a simple dashboard that keeps your team’s projects in one place.

We built Project list because we knew there was a better way.

For a long time, our small digital design shop used a spreadsheet to run our weekly production meetings. It worked, but not as well as it could. Because it was inconvenient to update, our team didn’t keep their projects current, making it tough to know what everyone was getting done. So, we built Project List for our team and any other team that needs an easy way to keep up with their projects, progress and each other.

Use it with your team, or to track individual tasks. It can be used by itself, or as a lightweight dashboard for all the projects your team has going in Basecamp, Harvest, or other traditional project management apps.

And yes, Project List does require manual entry. We did it that way on purpose, because we believe your gut feeling about a project's completeness and health is more valuable than other systems that are overly automated. Humans FTW!

Say no to spreadsheets.

Meet some of the teams using Project List

“Project List makes it easy to pass projects back and forth and track progress without having to be in the same room. We prefer to minimize project management and focus on the work itself. Project List makes it possible.”

Andrew Millen
Red Alloy

“Project List is simple to use. Without any hands-on instruction my team of 10 people were all up and running on Project List in less than half an hour. Not many project management systems are this intuitive.”

Kayla Earwood
Sullivan Branding

“Too often, doers in a business lose sight of the goal. Project Lists helps teams focus on the goal with required updates per project, per person. For my clients, the details and execution are in Basecamp, but the goal is in Project List.”

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