Which one is better for getting a project completed – working individually or with a team? Both have their advantages and disadvantages –  individual work resulting in more efficient delivery and teamwork generating more creative solutions. But what about the tools? No worries, here are the best web tools that help you with both, solo work and killing it with a team of approximately 10 people.

Trello for task management

Benefits for individual work:

Getting stuff done. Trello is great when you use Kanban methodology to get your work done. It helps to keep focus on only important tasks and to avoid multitasking.

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Cost for solo user: FREE

Benefits for teamwork:

Keeping different ideas on one central board. It’s perfect for gathering the results of a heavy brainstorming session. You can easily archive or delete weak ideas and pump up the best ones. It’s also easy to comment, add checklists and images to the cards to really explain every idea in detail.

Cost for 10 people team: FREE or $99.9 per month for premium plan

 

Teamweek for planning

Benefits for individual work:

Planning an event or different resources/people you have to manage and seeing a good overview of everything that’s going on. When your project has different moving parts, Teamweek will give a perfect visual overview of when is something (supposed to be) happening.

Cost for solo user: FREE

Benefits for teamwork:

Transparency on team’s workload and helicopter view of all the long term (or short term) plans at one convenient place. It’s the perfect team scheduling tool that visually communicates what everyone in the team is working on.

Cost for 10 people team: $39 per month

Toggl for time tracking

Benefits for individual work:

Keeping your focus on only one task and seeing where your time goes. People are usually very bad at estimating how much time has been spent on something, so Toggl effortlessly helps with that.

Cost for solo user: FREE

Benefits for teamwork:

Figuring out a project’s profitability and giving the option to evaluate clients that are requiring a lot of attention but don’t end up being that profitable. This is perfect for agencies that have several projects going on at the same time and it’s hard to estimate how much combined time is spent on each client/project.

Cost for 10 people team: $90 per month

Asana for project management

Benefits for individual work:

Keeping all your project notes and attachments at one convenient place. It’s a great tool when you need to organize your work better.

Cost for solo user: FREE

Benefits for teamwork:

Share your project notes and information very easily with your team. Keep all the work related files at one place and easily track the progress of the project.

Cost for 10 people team: FREE or $99.9 per month for premium plan

Github for software development

Benefits for individual work:

Host your code in Github. You can keep your code repositories as private or launch as open source projects. It’s a very good way to keep your software development project going and keeping everything code-related at one place.

Cost for solo user: $7 per month

Benefits for teamwork:

Tracking bugs, fixes and the whole process of software development. Everything that is connected to the code will be handled at one central place and it can be easily used by both engineers and non-technical team members.

Cost for 10 people team: $90 per month

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