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What tool should I use for planning software development processes?

What tool should I use for planning software development processes?

What tool should I use for planning software development processes?

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What is the best tool for planning software development processes? It should contain many beneficial features, integrations and differ favorably from current competitors in the existing market. Could you also provide short descriptions of your options?

RE: What tool should I use for planning software development processes?

A robust planning tool should contain handy timelines, boards for task management, time tracking, and more. Consider the following strategic planning software:

GanttPRO - the best Gantt chart maker for strategic planning and project management.
Monday - a flexible solution with handy boards and timelines.
Toggl Plan - a simple system for project planning.

RE: What tool should I use for planning software development processes?

What tools you are using currently?

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