Basecamp Review

4.3/5 2 reviews
Price: Starting at $0.00/month

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Average Ratings | 2 reviews

Overall
4.3/5
Ease of Use
4.5/5
Customer Support
4/5
Features
4/5
Value for Money
4.5/5

Product Details

Stupid simple cloud-based project management tool
Integrations with G Drive, Slack, Dropbox, etc.
Add notes and file attachments
Message board feature to foster creative collaboration
Share documents, files, and images
Real-time group chat
Client access views, so you can collaborate with customers
Price starting at $0/mo for individuals and $99/mo for teams

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About Basecamp

Software development shops, design firms, freelancers, consultants, architects, agencies, media companies, schools, and non-profits around the world have switched to Basecamp to improve their project workflow. Create to-do lists for all the work you need to do, assign tasks, and set due dates. Basecamp will follow up on overdue tasks for you. Add notes, file attachments and comments to communicate wih teammates and keep things on track. Basecamp is trusted by over 3 million people to manage projects.

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Name: Ruby Goyal
Title: Technical Content Writer
Company: Serverguy
Industry: It
Overall
4.5/5
January 28, 2020
Pros

It’s easy to use and interactive dashboard. Basecamp is an amazing way to interact with your team, send documents, assign tasks and track their progress. The main advantages are:- Easy user interface Interacting with a team and sharing documents. Assigning tasks. Notifications about everything. You can also select the type of ping. I recommend this software to all the startups and remote teams. You can get a good experience of using project management software.

Cons

It sometimes gets confusing when there are a large number of users. Tracking task progress can be a little difficult. I am solving the problems of assigning tasks to a group of people. You can interact with people in the group.

Value for the money

It is value for money.

Name: Carla Acosta
Title: Sales Manager
Company: Chevrolet
Industry: Automotive
Overall
4/5
June 08, 2021
Pros

One of the main characteristics that positively marked my experience is the fact that Basecamp allows us to organize ourselves as work teams. Currently, Basecamp is being used in all areas of our company, and in my Sales sector we can have a great performance using this platform because we have our space separated from others, our colleagues from other sectors can see the project we are carrying out but they cannot collaborate. In addition, this separation into work groups has allowed us to have more organization of the staff that supports each project. I also love the way that I can use Basecamp so easily, the entire UI is so easy to use, and I can collaborate on projects with just a few clicks. Basecamp's design is very organized, I can visualize the progress of the project in a simple way.

Cons

The main problem that occurs in Basecamp is that in my work sector and in the other sectors of my company, it is not possible to visualize the effort and work that each person has done during the progress of the project. Basecamp only serves as a workspace to gather several people and carry out a project until its completion, it is not a platform focused on the technical analysis of each of the employees, this makes it impossible to visualize the support that each employee has given to the progress of the project.

Value for the money

Basecamp is one of the software for projects that is at a totally accessible price for companies. I consider that it has very basic functions, it allows organizing short and long-term projects, but it lacks more advanced functions to be able to visualize the effort that each employee makes to advance the project. Basecamp's prices are really low, and compared to the few features it has, it's affordable and very good.

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