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Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Aug 30, 2021 at 02:38 PM

 

From a brief search it seems to me that this has not been posted here before and may be of interest:
https://www.subtask.co/

It is a task manager combining task columns ala Trello, Kanban boards, calendar, timeline and prioritisation matrix. Tasks / subtasks are the main units of information which can be organised in all of the above views.

What I believe sets Subtask apart is its potentally infinite subtask hierarchy potential. Subtasks show their hierarchy information, which is useful to provide context, though taking additional screen real estate.

Subtask has been developed by the same team developing Plectica, mentioned here in the past.

There is currently a promotion for the Subtask personal plan lifetime subscription in Appsumo https://appsumo.com/products/marketplace-subtask/ If you are interested, do check out the Q&A. I understand it allows for infinite boards, and sharing each board with up to 20 people (which need only have the free plan).

 


Posted by Ken
Aug 30, 2021 at 08:47 PM

 

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
From a brief search it seems to me that this has not been posted here
>before and may be of interest:
>https://www.subtask.co/
> >It is a task manager combining task columns ala Trello, Kanban boards,
>calendar, timeline and prioritisation matrix. Tasks / subtasks are the
>main units of information which can be organised in all of the above
>views.
> >What I believe sets Subtask apart is its potentally infinite subtask
>hierarchy potential. Subtasks show their hierarchy information, which is
>useful to provide context, though taking additional screen real estate.
> >Subtask has been developed by the same team developing Plectica,
>mentioned here in the past.
> >There is currently a promotion for the Subtask personal plan lifetime
>subscription in Appsumo
>https://appsumo.com/products/marketplace-subtask/ If you are interested,
>do check out the Q&A. I understand it allows for infinite boards, and
>sharing each board with up to 20 people (which need only have the free
>plan).

Thanks for posting.  Does anybody know if there are any reviews other than at AppSumo?  I could not find anything when I searched for some type of written or video review.

—Ken

 


Posted by satis
Aug 30, 2021 at 10:36 PM

 

Looks like it’s been out maybe a year. Devs wrote about it last September

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/3-reasons-why-we-built-subtask-christopher-becker

and the only article I found is very basic.

https://venturebeat.com/2020/12/15/subtask-is-a-simple-trello-alternative-for-tracking-and-visualizing-projects/

 


Posted by Ken
Aug 31, 2021 at 04:47 AM

 

satis wrote:
Looks like it’s been out maybe a year. Devs wrote about it last
>September
> >https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/3-reasons-why-we-built-subtask-christopher-becker
> >and the only article I found is very basic.
> >https://venturebeat.com/2020/12/15/subtask-is-a-simple-trello-alternative-for-tracking-and-visualizing-projects/

Appreciate the article links.  I played with it under for a few this afternoon.  While there are things to like about it, I always seem to have trouble with managers that are heavily based on Kanban Boards as the default or primary view.  I do like Kanban boards, but as I am managing a number of projects, this arrangement can get cluttered quite quickly if I want to see all of my projects.  This also reminded me a bit of Kanban Tool, which has some interesting features, but I think that I will be sticking with Click-Up for the time being.  it seems to offer the best of both worlds - Kanban views and traditional collapsible outline with a folder pane.

—Ken

 


Posted by satis
Aug 31, 2021 at 02:44 PM

 

ClickUp has serious money behind it. I see ads for it on public buses across NYC, something I only previously saw for some Microsoft software. It seems to have nice features, but it also looks like its devs looked at ZenKit 5 years ago and said, “Let’s do that”. (ZenKit, in the mean time, expanded its feature-set then fractured them into separate a la carte products, including the more consumer-focused To-Do and Hypernotes services.)

 


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