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Introducing Subtasks: Scoping, on Low Level

Subtasks are stepping up their game in the platform, no longer are they To-do’s little brother. Introducing scoping on a low level. A few cool things you can do with Subtasks.

6 Tips to work more efficiently with Kanban Boards - the new design of Workflow

Collaborate in teams? Do you like tasks prioritized? Work in Agile?  Forget about micromanagement, we've got you covered, and it can all be done from one view - Workflow. 

3 New Features You May Have Missed

Have you noticed the major upgrade to Scheduling rolling out? If you already use Forecast, you most likely have. It’s a significant improvement to what was our first iteration of an organization- and project-wide schedule to combine everything in one single manageable view.

Task Allocations in New Scheduling with Use Case Examples

You're evolving, and we are too! Together with the launch of the New Scheduling, we're also announcing Task Allocations, ensuring you a complete pipeline. Know what you and your team are working on by seeing a clear overview in Scheduling.

Introducing a new and improved visual perspective on your Schedule

Transparency has never been this clear with all of your resources and projects connected. This improved new scheduling gives you an advanced, all-encompassing overview of the health of your organization.

Streamlining Processes Company-Wide [Case Story]

A central hub for all the important information to advance and speed up Project Planning

As an agency working project-based and having so many people working on so many different projects, Jakt wants to avoid task confusion and miscommunications as much as possible. Cindy explains,

Managing Globally & Working Remotely [Case Story]

Monitoring the Project Progress and Budget on a task level, helps a remote team work more efficiently. Message Medium adhered to their work philosophy and had never had a physical office. They have clients from all over the world, with team members in various locations. 

How Developers at Forecast Use Forecast

Building Forecast was directly inspired by the issues experienced by the founders of the company. Forecast was founded by four passionate professionals, each with backgrounds in Computer Science, Project Management, and Consulting. Thus, it's only natural that the product they joined forces to create, is made to solve these exact problems. If you're interested in finding out more, check out how Marketing, or Sales and Customer Success use Forecast.

How Sales and Customer Success at Forecast Use Forecast

For an inter-connected commercial team of marketing, sales, and customer success to work, having an effective shared collaborative platform is paramount. Staying up-to-date on projects across teams, being able to move cards around, comment, mention, and refer back to specific cases is easier with the same foundation at hand. If you're interested in finding out more, check out how Developers or Marketing team use Forecast.

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