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How to Kill Email With the Right Project Management Software

Email increases stress, creates unnecessary work, and makes people feel overwhelmed. No one can be the best version of themselves at work under those conditions. In the past few years, organizations have started to move away from email in favor of team messaging apps such as Slack and other workplace communication tools. Finding the right tool affects whether your team will be able to give up their traditional inboxes. For many teams, project management software should be part of the solution.


Project management apps are online tools that teams use to track work. In the broadest sense, a project management app could be anything from a complex piece of software for managing work, like Microsoft Project, to a basic to-do app. The beefiest apps include other business tools for managing resources, tracking time spent

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