Checklists: Plan, Brainstorm, Outline
Checklists in Space are our vision of a lightweight tool for top-down planning. You can use them to plan a milestone, a version, a feature, or an event such as a team gathering. Whatever you can brainstorm and outline for your project, you can plan thanks to our hierarchical checklists. In this post, we would like to give you a quick overview of Project Checklists. Every project contains a Checklists section. And any project team member can create checklists that are visible to everyone who can see the project. Let's see what you can do with a checklist. (more…)
Space Exploration Webinar Recording and Q&A Session
Thanks for joining us in the first Space webinar! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! For those of you who missed it, here is the recording of our live session: Below is a summary of the Space webinar Q&A session with questions grouped by topic. Thank you for being so active – we received 100+ questions, and most of them (80) were handled during the webinar. We’ll be contacting authors directly to address the unanswered questions that didn’t make it into this post. Don’t worry, all your questions will be answered. (more…)
Introducing the Personal To-Do List in Space
We have so much to keep up with on a daily basis. We communicate with teammates, read blog posts, perform code reviews, and keep a lot of other important work items and activities in our heads. When it comes to personal productivity and task management, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of everything. It can be overwhelming and, frankly speaking, sometimes the best way to get something done is to wait for a better time to do it. In these cases, the best way to record your ideas, organize your thoughts, and accomplish your tasks is to put them d
The Concept of Project Management in Space
With Space, we intend to create an integrated team environment. Using multiple tools makes it difficult to keep track of everything about your projects, teams, and people. Instead of scattering our work and communication across tools, Space endeavors to centralize it all in one place. Space combines the tools for software development, collaboration, planning, analysis, and project management. It also contains documents, knowledge base, and company structure – all in one interface, powerful for technical people, and friendly for everyone to use.