3 free apps that make project management a breeze


Project management doesn’t have to be complicated, especially when you have apps that make things a whole lot simpler. Project management apps can help you schedule tasks and enjoy smooth, real-time, visual collaboration. You don’t even have to spend a lot of money to get most of the apps you might need. Here are three free apps that work with Google Drive.

Gliffy Diagrams
By: gliffy.com
Cost: Free
Available: Chrome Web Store
Diagrams made easy! Gliffy is a web-based tool designed to help you create professional quality flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, technical drawings and more. You can create, open, and edit Gliffy documents directly from Google Drive so you can manage, access, and share your diagrams from any computer or device.

Gantter for Google Drive
By: gantter.com
Cost: Free
Available: Chrome Web Store
Gantter is a FREE enterprise web-based project scheduling app that works with Google Drive. Whether you are planning a complex project like a large construction project, rolling out a new website, managing a big IT project, or simply need to manage your next home renovation project, Gantter is the tool for you. Gantter even provides you with a gallery of project templates to help you build your schedule in a fraction of the time.

RealtimeBoard: Whiteboard for collaboration
By: realtimeboard.com
Cost: Free
Available: Chrome Web Store
RealtimeBoard is your online whiteboard for visual team collaboration. Add pictures, mockups, drawings, videos, sticky notes, office documents and Google Drive files on an endless canvas, discuss it with your colleagues, and enjoy the smoothest real-time visual collaboration without emails.

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