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  Reply # 1134705 23-Sep-2014 16:49
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Amosnz: We use Wrike but primarily for tracking tasks within projects not the document storage side.  Works well for what we need.


We reviewed over 40 products and settled on Wrike.


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  Reply # 1137506 25-Sep-2014 14:11
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working in an environment where many different projects are on the go at the same time, each using a different third party, and each managed by someone with a unique project management style....I've ended up in the situation where I use many different systems at the same time. So far, the only one that hasn't angered me is JIRA. I use it at work and at home (if and when I post regarding Cyanogenmod )




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  Reply # 1137542 25-Sep-2014 14:44
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Anyone tried Slack (https://slack.com/)? I was recommended it by someone on Twitter and it looks pretty slick. Have just signed up but haven't really flexed it yet. Interested to know if anyone out there is using it/has used it?

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  Reply # 1137548 25-Sep-2014 14:52
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If you look at the website for Trello and Slack they are borderline the same visual style, I know it is now popular to do that....but big chunky bits of text and fat graphics on one vertical scrolls just reminds me of geocities websites circa 1996
needs more marquees and gifs




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