Creating tasks and proper communication is the best way to make sure your team is always on track with any of your projects. One problem that teams will run into is having all their communication and workflow spread across multiple tools. With CoSchedule, erase the hassle of having to switch between multiple tools and make sure your team is getting all your projects finished on time.
- Keep all Tasks and Communication inside your Project
- Create a plan and follow it with Task Templates
- Always Know Whats Next With the Dashboard
One of the main problems we hear from marketing teams is that they have to deal with so much unneeded noise from all their tools during their day-to-day. Receiving comments and ideas from email, chat, and other project management tools can often hurt your team more than it helps. Erase this problem by keeping all workflow and discussion in one place with task and discussion section.
Mention team members and work with discussion threads to make sure all communication stays clean and easy to read.
Click on any task to create a discussion inside the task or add a description.
Discussion threads inside of tasks hold an activity log to make sure your team is always up to date.
Wanting to erase having to manually create multiple tasks? Create Task Templates for each one of your workflows to keep you or your team consistent. Easily apply any template to your project to superpower your workflow.
Stop getting alerted on the weekends. Turn on Ignore Weekends. This way, CoSchedule will only schedule your tasks during Monday - Friday.
The dashboard is the command center of CoSchedule. With multiple conversations and movement from your team members, use the Notifications section to work through your busy workflow. Track new comments, finished tasks, and new project assignments all in one place. Click on any notification to open the associated project on the calendar.
With a busy marketing schedule, you receive tasks for every part of your daily projects. The Task section will keep these tasks in a clean and easy-to-read tasklist.