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Is there anything better than Basecamp?

Basecamp seems to have all the features I'm looking for in a project manager, but it requires a ton of tedious little interactions with its web GUI: uploading files, entering text, etc etc etc.

Is there an app with these features (either Mac or web-based) that is a little bit more "drag and drop", fluid, and fast?

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You should try Trello (trello.com), it's THE BOMB!!! –  avaturi Mar 20 '13 at 18:36

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You can keep track of your and your team's emails, contact, projects, actions, notes (including Evernote) and much more on IQTELL's GTD app.

We have web, iOS and Android apps.

You can visit our site at http://iqtell.com/ and see if it's a good fit.

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You should try 10,000ft, it's a resource planning tool. You can manage people, projects, time and money with one single tool. Hope you like it! Let me know if you need any help.

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Welcome to Personal Productivity! Your answer would be much more valuable if you add a link so we can find this tool. Also, what exactly makes it such a great tool. –  THelper May 21 '13 at 10:20

are you using the new Basecamp? It does allow drag & drop functionality. One thing that you could try is Evernote. I am currently using both.

Basecamp - to store long term information (accounts information, group discussions) Evernote - Project Information, General notes (Store business card images, pictures/ideas for a project, etc)

Let me know if that helps.

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