Today I just want to start off with a discussion about what project management and collaboration tools you use while developing WordPress plugins or themes.
Here’s what I currently use or have used in the past:
This is where I dump all my ideas about WordPress, and not only. It’s usually where my plugin ideas start off, I love it because it’s so easy to just note down what you’re thinking about with minimal fuss, and it’s also free. You can also share lists with others.
Trello advertises itself as the fastest, easiest way to organize anything, from your day-to-day work to a favorite side project, to your greatest life plans. I’m about to try it out as previously, I’ve relied on Workflowy for these things.
Atarim is a fantastic web agency management platform that was designed to help web developers and agency owners manage projects in an easier manner. Instead of using multiple tools to manage projects, Atarim brings everything together through its Agency Dashboard.
The Agency Dashboard allows web developers to view all open projects and sites they are working on, track tasks for different team members, and track time spent by each. It’s an excellent tool that reduces the need to communicate via Slack or email, bringing everything together to streamline communication.
It’s an excellent task management system that lets you improve delivery times and keep your clients satisfied. If you’re looking for a project management solution that combines communication and collaboration and is designed for web designers and developers, Atarim is an excellent choice.
Looks awesome for management of GitHub projects especially assigning jobs to people on your team.
This helps me develop plugins together with other developers, whether it’s a private plugin or one for public release. Issues can also be listed here and resolved.
Take this a step further using FetchPress to simplify code deployment.
There are also a few WordPress plugins that are designed for project management and collaboration.
But this post is really about discussing with you the best tools out there, so I’ll leave the rest to you guys, just drop in a comment below and let us know how you manage your projects and collaborate with other developers.
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