Features of Dooster
Getting started with Dooster is quick. The screenshots below shows how, once signed in, you first create and name your project. From there you can add tasks to your project and utilize Dooster’s tools to set due dates, priority, share with the team (or select who can view the task), and assign tasks.
The next screenshot shows our project name: Bright Hub Review; the task list shows “review features," and the subject tab reveals what features we want to review, “alerts and reminders."
Next, via the contacts tab, select and assign task to those involved in the project, and set permissions on who is allowed to view each individual task. From there, you can upload files (even a Google doc) to share with team members.
Once you add your team members and assign tasks, everyone involved in the project receives an email and alerts, as assigned. From there your collaboration on the project begins and anyone (based on permissions set), can update a task, add notes or comments, and upload files to the library.
The settings tab on the dashboard allows you to customize your project by adding a logo, text and background colors, opt in or out of alerts, set back up times, sync with Google Calendar and archive or delete a project.
One of the nice features of Dooster is the mind map tool shown below.
From this Dooster review, I found the tabs easy to navigate, was able to add and assign tasks quickly, although there did seem to be a slight delay when switching from one screen to the next.