You liked it when we launched duplication for individual cards and bars. But you asked for more. Mostly because you’re insatiable. You wanted to duplicate entire boards and timelines. Of course we knew this was needed, we just hoped you would be patient and not ask and then we could surprise you. Regardless, it’s live. […]
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You’ve likely got a few questions. We just so happen to have a few answers.
Become a Planning
Plan on a timeline. See everything. Using timelines to plan your tasks and resources ensures you always have a high level view of who’s working on what, and where everything is. Boom.
These Are The Boards You’re Looking For.
We know you love kanban boards for your planning. If you use timelines do you have to give up the habit? Nope! We married sprint planning tools with roadmap planning tools to give you the best of both worlds.
SimulCollab™ – It’s Magic
Making a change to a board card, or timeline bar? Now your whole team sees it in real time. We’re not going to say any more because you have to see it to believe it. Just know that we’re the best in the industry for real time collaboration on project planning.
Ditch Paper Lists
Everything you need to manage your project all in the cloud, means no more messy / missing papers. The trees won’t miss ya.
No more wondering if your change is going to be missed. Our SimultaneousCollab™ Keeps your whole team on the same page in real time.
Ready to Use Templates
(Coming soon) Not sure how to begin, or even how to use Timelinr for your workflow? Start with a template and get inspired!
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This post is really late. We launched this months ago but I never wrote about it. I will do better. This is actually the most important feature update we’ve ever launched. The key to the Timelinr Methodology actually working is that you need to be able to push tasks from your Kanban board (micro view) […]
First a disclaimer. The idea for this series came from @workbyben on Twitter. It’s a fantastic list as you’ll see if you stick with us, so be sure to follow, subscribe, turn on notifications, and all that jazz. Now that credit’s been given where due, on to the topic at hand. How to Handle Feedback? […]
I’ve been managing development and creative teams for over 15 years. I’ve come to realize everyone’s doing it wrong. The current state of affairs makes it very easy to fall down the slippery slope of micro-management and over-management. Let’s take a closer look. Origins — Waterfall Circa 1910. Dude named Henry Gantt creates a chart defining projects […]
The Best of the Best Use Timelinr.
A lot of really famous people love Timelinr. Hear their thoughts:
When we started building the Death Star for the 2nd time, I knew that we couldn’t take as long as we did the first time. I called a meeting with Admiral Piett and told him to look for solutions to our boring ineffective project roadmapping / management tool we’d used when building the first Death Star. He suggested we stick with what we were using since everyone was comfortable with it. So I death choked him for his insolence, did my own research, and found Timelinr. We implemented it and saw an increase in collaboration efficiency that could of convinced me that the creators of Timelinr infused it with The Force. We built the 2nd Death Star in half the time of the first and nearly half the cost.
Founder & CEO, Death Star Inc.
When I was hired on at Sterling Cooper & Partners Don had a real organization problem and no one really knew what was going on.
One of my first tasks was helping to organize all the outstanding projects and get the stakeholders on the same page. This wasn’t easy. At first we had morning meetings and everyone took notes. But then we had to add more meetings to compare notes, and that was taking more time than just being disorganized was.
My friend over at McCann suggested I check out Timelinr. That was the turning point. Now we’re all on the same page and know exactly where everyone is on each of their tasks.
We got so successful from our new process that next month McCann is buying the entire company. Boom.
COO, Sterling Cooper & Partners
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