Your Produck team will have an Owner and unlimited Members. Perfect for teams that don't need different levels of permissions.
Saving 20% a year
Use Guest Accounts to work with organizations and individuals outside your team such as clients, vendors, and partners.
Advanced Permissions allow you to have advanced roles such as Managers, Collaborators, and Guests in addition to Owner and Members.
Each User adds 10 GB storage to your team's total storage. (i.e., if you have 10 members, your team has 100 GB storage)
Free or $4.99 per user
$7 + add-ons per user
$9.25 to $18.75 per user
$9.99 per user
In Produck you can create folders and subfolders to organize all your projects and sprints.
Allow your team to collaborate on the same task and work together with multiple assignments.
Granular user permissions
In Produck you can define what each member can view or edit per folder, sprint, or project.
Release Reports & Burndown Charts
Produck Reports & Charts are automatically created for each sprint. They’re contextual and live-updated.
Inline rich-text editor for descriptions
Add fully formatted (same as a Google Doc) requirements on each task so no one misses anything!
Project portfolio management
Every folder has its own dashboard displaying an overview of nested projects and sprints.
We are working on a powerful workflow builder that also includes triggers, actions from different apps, and machine-learning automatizations.
Instead of writing a note that says, “Please review the file wireframes_revised-32.zip,” just say, “Check this out:” and drop your file below.
Visualize tasks by groups
Within a project’s list view, you can group tasks by: Status, Priority, Assignee, Sprint, Type, or Labels.
Any task (including epics) can belong to multiple projects for when you need different teams on different projects to take care of it.
Easily switch between list and board view
Visualize tasks as a list or quickly switch to Kanban boards by clicking on the Views toggle. No need to create new projects or boards.
Statuses, labels, priorities, and estimates