Every critical point in your project in one view
Making sure things are going well can be tough. Sometimes, you think everyone is on track and deadlines are being hit, but then you learn that people aren’t hitting those important points on the timeline.
The Milestones app makes it easy to see all the important milestones in your projects to help you understand how things are going, whether or not you’re on schedule or running behind, and whether or not you’re reaching the ends of your sprints properly. You have the ability to attach files and comments if you need them. And, most importantly they can be give a priority and assigned to team members who can nail those milestones .
Everything you need to…
Breaking down projects
Split big projects into easily manageable deliverables and assignable milestones.
Accurately tracking time
Keep track of how long projects take to complete to understand how long certain tasks take. And, you can use that information to create highly accurate estimates for quoting jobs to customers.
Easily delay or speed up parts of projects (or entire projects) with a few clicks.
Implementing bulk actions
Stop doing one thing at a time and update all the relevant tasks at once.
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“Freedcamp is a very intuitive project management platform! I use less than half of all features and, yet, I have everything I need. It is easy to add lists and tasks and but also see the big picture. I like that I can add as many people as I want for a project while having full control of what they can see and do.”