Thursday, April 9, 2015

Debugle offers task management for everyone


I know you've heard the saying "Less is more." It means the biggest, fanciest and most expensive choice is not always the best.

Consider the tasks that pop up in any business environment. Sometimes they're big and complicated and well suited for sophisticated project-management software. And sometimes you and team members just need to know who is doing what and when.

That's the sort of issue-tracking job that Debugle was made for. Billed as "simple, beautiful and easy to use," Debugle is a cloud-based app that lets you keep track of the progress on a task or assignment, whether you're going it alone or working with a team.

Debugle dates and tracks all activity under a project topic. It creates a timeline of each step in a project and keeps a conversation thread for all participants. It works with cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive and the client app runs on desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. That means you're always just a click or two away from a current status report.

Debugle is free to use for one project with two collaborators. Multiple projects involving more people costs $5 a month. All the details are available on the Debugle website.


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