10 Best Project Management Tools for Teams in 2019


Are you and your team looking for a new all-round project manager? We’ve shortlisted the top 10 best project managers to try in 2019. This hand-picked selection has shown promise as ways to organize team collaboration and communication in day to day work.

1. Wrike (
2. ClickUp (
3. monday (Get 8% off with PRODUCTIVEWITHMONDAY) ( )
4. Asana (Boards, Timeline) (
5. Basecamp (Messages Boards, To-Do Lists) ($99 per month, all inclusive) (
6. Hive (Real-Time Chat, Table Abilities) ($12 per month, no free) (
7. TeamGantt (Gantt Charts, resource management software) (Free (3 people), $50 for up to 5) (
8. Airtable (Blocks, Custom Software, Templates) (Free, $10 per month per user) (
9. LiquidPlanner (Time and budget tracker, Analytics, Dashboards) ($45 per month, per user) (
10. Notion (Team Wiki, Custom Layouts, Databases Views) ($8 per month, free for 1000 blocks) (


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  1. Keep Productive 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Let us know your experience with a project manager, in this list or not, your experience will help others to pick the most suitable tool for their work – we cannot wait to hear your thoughts!

  2. Dhwanit Makwana 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply


  3. David Mitchell 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I always wonder how would be work in an asynchronous first company/project. And how it will affect the role of the project manager.
    Check out an instructive article on this topic https://axisbits.com/blog/Benefits-and-Development-Peculiarities-of-Project-Management-Tools-for-Remote-Teams

  4. Frances Therese Sabarre 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I have been using WRIKE, and the account support services are awesome, not to mention the tool itself. Just have the patience to build it from the start – especially if you a complex business set up – and after a bit of deployment training, work just flows through.

  5. REDMINE-EVOLUTION 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply


    Maybe someone will be interested – a theme for redmine – https://redmine-evolution.com/

  6. vintprox 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Nothing of enlisted here (even in comments) can guarantee you own your data and that it's completely portable. I wonder how long people of business will stay in such blissful ignorance? 😂

  7. LernenInVerschiedenenFormen 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I appreciate the collation.

    You didn't mention, if the tools are available self-hosted. It sounds/looks like they are not. Who would be so stupid as to put a serious project plan on a server hosted by a random company with a security- and backup plan, that cannot be certified?
    "Here random guy on the street. I give you 10$ per month for taking care of all my credit cards." … Well.. but decide for yourself…

  8. Manager Checkiant 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I work in IT studio that developed a time tracker Checkiant ( https://checkiant.com ), we use in our office and it's free for 1 peson.

  9. Santiago Rodriguez Guillen 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    The tools really don't matter when your teams don't update their effort. People learns this with experience, lol.

  10. Steph Sandmeyer 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I have used Monday.com and it is working pretty well, but thought I should explore other tools as well. I didn't see Pellio (processezy) or Smartsheet. Anyone have user experience to share on these?

  11. Alfred Gill 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Nice video! My favourite tool is Restya. The All-in-one free tool for CRM, Bug Tracking, Project, Team and Task Management. what you think about that? https://restya.com/board

  12. Donna Stone 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    We use Proggio. We tried a few others but eventually decided to go with them. Cool UI and easy to use

  13. Lydia Allen 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Restyaboard is an amazing software open source version with more features. When collaborating with a team, there is no better tool than Restya!

  14. Piotr Narożnik 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    You should check out the taiga.io. It's great and user-friendly app. It's free for one private project and unlimited public projects

  15. Roger Blankenship 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    I first watched this video nearly two weeks ago and decided to use Clickup. 1. They say they have live help online – it says "be back in 30 minutes" and it's said that for the past 2 weeks. They no longer offer phone support, but will be happy to sell you an hour of training for $300. 3. Although cheery and excited about their software, they are actually no better at explaining how to use it that Microsoft documentation teams. Every explanation is a recitation of the features – you can do this, you can do that, etc. but no why or when. I dare anyone to tell me the essential use of folders in their hierarchy. They can't. Folders can't have a status and therefore can't be viewed in Board View. They can only hold tasks and lists. But you can have tasks and lists without folders. I wouldn't mind the unnecessary complications if I could just figure out a truly useful structure. After two weeks I give up. If anyone is a Clickup expert and wants a quick gig to get me set up, let me know.

  16. asubmani 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Liquidplanner seems to be good for traditional project managers who are used to office 365 (MS Project) types.. Other are for self made Project managers (easier to use) 🙂

  17. Robert Kowton 8 June, 2020 at 00:47 Reply

    Trello??? Or Nozbe??? Wrike is only for large teams, you need minimum 5 years. Unfortunate selection.

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