The ability to get your whole team involved is one of the most exciting aspects of this product. By boosting employee engagement you automatically guarantee increased productivity. Everybody who is connected on a project can communicate in a Room by clicking on the sidebar tab. You can also create private rooms in case you and your second-in-command need to exchange private communications. Today’s project managers recognize that success comes with optimized team communication, and Comindware Project’s collaborative platform keeps everyone aware and focused, with everybody on the same page. If you’re on a server, all user information is synced.
Here I’ve created a Private Room for the Smith School project, and I invited only Robert Redford as a member. I’ve posted a confidential comment in the room, and only Robert can see it. When he posts a response, it shows up on my screen, too.
Public rooms, on the other hand, offer a great forum for brainstorming or just sharing information about ongoing projects. You can also upload documents required by members of your team for the execution of their various tasks. Also, while I’ve demonstrated adding team members manually, you can integrate them using Microsoft Active Directory. You can also utilize Outlook’s 2013 style interface. Comindware Project is also accessible from your personal electronic devices, although you cannot, of course, take advantage of the Gantt chart or other chart features in such utilizations.