What are some good alternatives to Do.com?

jackson

Now that Salesforce has decided to shut down Do.com, what are some good alternatives to it? I thought it was a great task management service, not sure why Salesforce made this decision.

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Patrick Carmitchel
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Hi Jackson,

 

Pretty sweet import coming for do.com customers this week! We know how hard it is to have to find and adopt a new team collaboration tool, so we're doing everything we can to help, so do.com customers don't have to skip a beat. Glip offers similar features, while placing conversation at the center of team collaboration to make sure what people say and do stays in context. Looking forward to hearing what you think about it at http://glip.com/do

Ed Parry
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Naked but honest commercial here for Dooster.net ;-)

 

We already have some refugees form Do.com and welcome more. As soon as Do release their export tool we'll be ready to make it easy for you to import your tasks, projects and people. Dooster is a deceptively simple but powerful tool which is used by many businesses, small and large. Plus charities / churches, freelancers ... and more.

 

It's very strange that salesforce should be closing Do.com down. If our expereince is anything to go by this is a rapidly rising market that hasn't even begun to take shape yet. We're being approached by people all the time who have never even heard of online collaboration tools (and these are businesses!)

 

Checkout the quick demo at http://dooster.net/

 

Thanks !

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Hey Jackson,

 

While you are at it, give Oogwave.com a try. Simple tool, not just for project management but helps you to manage project knowledge too. You can also have a quick read on how to control choas and manage projects with Oogwave.

 

Moreover, Oogwave is free for first 20 users.

 

Cheers!

Rahul Nath

Sales and Engagement, Oogwave

New Delhi, India.

jimlynch
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This page has some suggestions:

http://www.appsandoranges.com/app/3231/docom

Jay Prosaic
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Consider:

5pm (www.5pmweb.com)

smartQ (www.getsmartQ.com)

Laurentiu Bancu
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Hi Jackson, you could give Paymo a try, pretty similar application, with a neat interface: http://bit.ly/HlxzHY

rcook12
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Bitrix24, Asana, Wrike….those are probably the first three I would look at. I’m really not sure why Salesforce has decided to shut down Do.com, but at least there are alternatives out there that should fill in the gap.

DashaGolubeva
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The announcement about the upcoming shutdown was really surprising. We at Wrike would be happy to provide Do.com users with a safe new home for their work. We've just released an import tool, here's a link to the post with the instruction for migration: http://www.wrike.com/blog/Popula...Task and project tracking, live newsfeeds, discussions, email integration, file sharing, mobile apps - these features well familiar to Do users are all available in Wrike. In addition to that, I'd highlight interactive Gantt charts for project planning, integrations with document management tools, time tracking.

ilannewyork
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Hello Jackson, Producteev.com is an excellent alternative, and about to release an Import tool to make the transition seamless

23andwalnut
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If you would like to try a self hosted alternative you can try Duet. It has a very low one time fee and it has all the features of Do.com and more. You can find it here: www.duetapp.com

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Hi Jackson and others, 

 

You might be interested in trying out www.TeamworkPM.net

We have a lot of powerful features yet we are still really easy to pick up and use to manage your projects and tasks.

We also have a great customer base and are always wokring on new features and updates, you can also read more about what our users think about us here 

 

if you have any other questions about TeamworkPM, please let me know

Sam

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