Not worth 20 pet month Projects have deadlines and deadlines need reminders and where do we all receive reminders from? Our email? No. Our phones, iPads, tablets or little popups on our computer. All the app really does is keep conversations about a project organized. I get the stupidest push notifications from apps I rarely use but I don't get notifications from a project management app. How is this not a feature? For $10 per month you can get essentially the same features from dropbox and have almost no limitations.
Stuck in 2010 In a data-sharing world, Basecamp is a stranded silo. The first time we used Basecamp was in the late 2000s and it was a welcome advance for managing teams from multiple companies, less cumbersome than MS Project 2007 & Project Server. However, aside from updating some of the UI, the functionality hasn't advanced in years & it hasn't aged gracefully.
Much better project management app now When I first started using Basecamp I was having some issues with the latest Android version that's been corrected and now this project management app is very easy to use and you can view your projects as they go I like it now I'm giving it 5 stars because of all the project management apps out there this one seems to be the simplest
Logging out on phone app It is really annoying and counter productive to being able to quickly coordinate on projects when my app keeps logging me out of my own phone app, meaning I have to log in practically every time I use the app. If fixed, will give more stars.
Crashcamp App freezes every time I try to open the app or click a Basecamp email link. Reinstalling hasn't resolved the issue.
Crashed every time Already fraught with App fatigue and password fatigue. Re-installed, re-started, crashed and unresponsive. app needs work, at least on Android.
• Basecamp is now Basecamp 2!
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