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- It allows easy sharing of documents.
- Has a robust commenting system.
- I enjoy that it has a Scrum board.
- It's a little difficult to follow some conversations. The threading could be better.
- Downloading documents isn't intuitive
- A set of different tools to manage meetings, documents, members, Gantt charts, etc. all integrated into the same framework.
- Document version control.
- Desktop application to locally store and update files.
- A meeting platform functionality, such as GoToMeeting or Skype for Business, would be very valuable.
- The possibility to integrate with other platforms, like software development tools or repositories (GitLab), would be nice.
- Maybe a collaboration hub similar to Slack would be useful.
- Document management, managing different versions, and there's no more emailing documents.
- Task management through cards.
- Overview of tasks on different projects.
- Notification management, there's no need for standard emails when someone likes a comment.
- It shows the tasks in a time schedule view, allowing the user to switch between the agile interface of cards and an overview of the tasks and its correlations.
- The possibility of having a dedicated document storage area with easy access gives a friendly way of finding what you need.
- The mobile app is a good tool and an easy way to get on track with your projects.
- Importing cards to the board could be simpler and easier, like copy and paste.
- The name of the columns could be customized, allowing more flexibility to the organization of the board.
- Additional information for the cards such as cost (money) would be desirable.
- UI is very user-friendly and easy to make groups by options according to the status of a card.
- We can have the option to follow the cards so that if any action is done, by any user on that card, we can get updates.
- For a Project Manager, it becomes easy to track the status of cards.
- User must have the option to see the reports according to action he took on any particular card.
- Reporting needs to be detailed so that we know which action should be taken on which card and by whom.
- The boards are great for organizational purposes- and the visual aspect and drag and drop functionality is easy and efficient.
- Creating different workspaces within our organization is a huge benefit of using Projectplace since we are a two-sided company (publishing and marketing/branding).
- The card system is brilliant and makes moving along magazine elements from editorial to design departments flawless.
- Some of the different views/stats seem a little cumbersome and overcrowd the dash
- In a recent update the ability to drag and reorganize cards in the My Overview setting went away. The Group by dropdown is helpful, but I wish I was still able to rearrange the cards within each workspace/due date/etc.
- With how I use Projectplace there aren't really a lot of cons!
- Planview provides many different ways to share information.
- Planview is customizable to the project.
- Planview is easy to use.
- Plan view allows any type of naming convention allowing for everyone to upload things This can cause disorganization.
- It can be difficult to find things if the plan rooms have all been set up in different spots.
- I really the like version control aspect
- There are a lot of document storage capabilities in an order that flows and makes sense
- Love the flow of the Kanban board set up
- Sometimes when you look at the Kanban board set up, it almost appears too busy, compared to competitor products like Basecamp
- I've had issues in the past where when I add a new document it replaces an old one with it instead of keeping the old and the new files.
- Assigning tasks to resources across multiple projects
- Upload, review and share files for multiple projects and across organisational boundaries - a one-stop solution
- Issue functionality is cumbersome to use, not always easy to filter for open issues or use multiple filters.
- Boards view is fantastic for contributors to create, assign, and track tasks.
- My Work view is good for at-a-glance information but could use some work.
- Dependencies for board items are a bit unclear. I have completed tasks in the My Work view that show as overdue, presumably because other portions of the tool aren't configured or scheduled appropriately. Dependencies could and should drive do this then that type activities, but there doesn't appear to be any direct workflow or linkage between them other than at a superficial level.
- File collaboration requiring an agent is cumbersome. Why isn't there integration to Sharepoint or another more seamless document repository? This platform creates another competing source of truth for documents which is a problem.
- I believe the reporting interface could be improved - our PMO is currently experimenting with yet another solution to create better at a glance reports from a burndown perspective. Planview has all the raw data so this is re-work.
- Copy Kanbans in Kanbanboard.
- Is great to Forward an email and Kanban automatically appears.
- There is a lot I can add to each, emails, charts, images, documents, check lists and comments.
- Is a great way to capture my time work, and specify each activity.
- I would like to delete Kanbans, alternatively I edit them with another info.
- In time sheets I can copy all activities from last week, but It would be great to choose which ones when I need to copy and/or delete some of them. A delete option is specially needed when adding activities, I often choose a wrong one.
- Organizing plans
- Detailed timeline
- Communication Options (Weekly, daily, etc)
- Copying multiple cards at once and pasting them to a different area
- Combining multiple templates
- Better web conferencing tool
- Calendar tool (have cards update on calendar when edits are made in ProjectPlace)
- Labels, Dependencies, Checklists are really awesome aspects of each card that let you customize the work appropriately for the task at hand. The way the unused features are hidden allows each card to really fit the work and not become overly complicated.
- Using swim lanes to lay out the cards allows us to use one board where other tools would make us use multiple ones. We can lay them out by label, or assignment, depending on the project or task at hand.
- The labeling could use some work. I'd like to be able to change the order, add more colors or styles to the labels.
- The reporting could use some work. I'd like to be able to download the raw data over time, so I can get a better sense of how things are moving. The charts are good but hard to dive into without being able to see the backing data.
It allows us to assign actions, track their statuses, exchange messages visible to all team members, store data & information and make quick reports on the actual status/pending actions...Also financial information on the benefits of the projects are tracked.
- Send reminders / advice for tasks assiged to be completed.
- Quickly extract easy summary of information.
- Easy share of data / info.
- The board structure can become complicated - it would be nice to view the same action / card on multiple boards.
- The gantt chart of the plan is difficult to see.
Projectplace is less suited for divisional goals, and a small project involving few moving parts.
- We can write cards quickly.
- We can update cards quickly.
- We can move cards quickly.
- The individual dashboard sucks and basically makes this tool so painful that I would not recommend it for the line employee.
- I work on several projects and there is one dashboard "My overview" that can't be modified. All I get is a list of cards on the right in some random orders from the eight or so project boards in one long list. You MUST implement some "cascading" dashboard that shows a hierarchy of Project > Activity > Board > Card > Status with configurable fields shown, where sections can be collapsed when focusing on one area.
- The ID for cards can be the same as the ID of a different card on another board. If you move a card to another board the ID changes.
- Web-based platform easy to use - mobile app is great
- User feedback to improve Project place and monthly updates is a strength
- Central repository for internal and external team members is very helpful
- Reporting and Dashboarding - Initial presentation of the solution had us believing reporting / dashboarding was all set up ready to go when in fact it needs to be set up by the user.
- Training documentation mainly all video and online - helpful but challenging for users that prefer manual type instruction
Project management - smaller repeatable projects - well suited
Project management - larger type projects not as useful
- The card system of project place works really good. It's very easy to create new cards, assigning them to team members and linking them to projects.
- The "plan" view is really helpful to keep track of your recent activities.
- It's useful to connect activities with others to know if something has to be finished before another activity.
- The whole structure is currently very much made for companies with big projects with a lot of different activities. However, for smaller teams like ours it's simply too big in scale and therefore, we only use one "project" for all of our actual projects, which then are "activities" in Projectplace.
- Sometimes a card struggles to update itself after you changed something in it (e.g. the label or assignee).
- It's not really easy to move cards to some kind of archive. I created a new board especially for this but when moving cards there, they're automatically marked as "ToDo" again.
- It's easy to invite people to take part in projects or share documents without them knowing fully how to use Projectplace.
- Good functionality for conversations between team members. You can easily follow a discussion and you don't need to use email.
- The plan is not very easy to work with. It's too easy to make mistakes when moving activities and sub-activities.
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About Planview Projectplace
Projectplace is the collaborative work management solution from Planview that brings teams together to get work done. Whether a team is down the hall or on the other side of the globe, Projectplace aims to provide everything needed to set direction, communicate, execute tasks, track progress, and ultimately achieve goals. A key value proposition is to be one tool designed to work together rather than a collection of point solutions.
The vendor says the the product is built with teams of all size and complexity in mind, from virtual teams of five to entire global enterprises with tens of thousands of active users. Projectplace is intuitive and makes it easy to get started in just minutes and scale as new team members join. Since work types vary, Projectplace is uniquely flexible to fit the job at hand – traditional projects, roadmaps or unstructured work where groups just need to “get stuff done”.
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