Task Flip is a project management application that allows users to create projects and delegate tasks to a team. The project manager may then track the team’s progress on each task. Users can also prioritize and schedule requirements for each milestone. Very person connected to a task or requirement is then immediately notified every time there is any change. Users may choose to view the dashboard in their preferred language, creating a project management interface that is aimed at a global audience. Task Flip also includes an overview and search features that allows users to find all of the projects and tasks that they are connected to. Task Flip is also web based which allows all users to receive the benefits of all software changes at once, without having to upload new software or roll out changes between teams.Show more screenshots »
Task Flip is one of the most popular web conference applications worldwide. Even so there seems to be very little buzz about it: users seem to latch on to it quietly. Nor is there much information available about the founders. The site is missing so much as an “About Us” page.
There are many project management apps out there. The primary difference between Task Flip and these other apps seems to be in the level of detail that can be assigned to each application. The “work in any language” feature is also a very nice touch. On the other hand, Task Flip is so busy and complicated that working with it begins to take on the magnitude of a full-time job all on its own. There are certainly cleaner, easier apps to interface with.
Task Flip isn’t really difficult to use, it’s just busy and cluttered. The user will find the application very fast and responsive, which is a plus. On the other hand there’s just so much that a user can do with the application. Managers dealing with hundreds of employees and tasks might appreciate the level of complexity, but for the most part it’s just too much.
Users offer some basic information: a username, chosen password, and an e-mail address. Users are then directed to log in with the newly created information and are sent a welcome e-mail from Task Flip.
TaskFlip is free to use and there is no advertising to contend with. There aren’t any upgraded pricing plans and the free plan offers the full features of the TaskFlip site.
Project managers who need an intense level of complexity and the ability to assign multiple, complex tasks to multiple people on an international level might enjoy all that TaskFlip has to offer. Large companies might really enjoy the level of complexity and the ability to manage so much information in a centralized location and to do so for free. Users who merely want a to-do app or who have only a very small business to manage are likely to find TaskFlip to be more of a headache than a help and would benefit from simpler, more streamlined project management applications.