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Groupiful Is a To-Do App Ideal for Organizing Small Teams or Families

Groupiful Is a To-Do App Ideal for Organizing Small Teams or Families lifehacker Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker index Skillet Two Cents Vitals App directory Gear Groupiful Is a To-Do App Ideal for Organizing Small Teams or Families Alan Henry 1/09/14 5:00am Filed to: productivity organization collaborations groups to-dos to-do managers projects webapps web services 3 4 Edit Promote Dismiss Undismiss Share to Kinja Toggle Conversation tools Go to permalink Web: We've covered a lot of productivity apps for small groups and teams , but Groupiful is a new webapp that walks the line between offering features useful for an individual trying to get their family on the same page or renovate their home, and small startup teams looking to organize work. The Best Collaboration Tools for Small Groups and Teams The Best Collaboration Tools for Small Groups and Teams The Best Collaboration Tools for Small Groups and… We talk a lot about personal productivity tools at Lifehacker, but sometimes you're not the… Read more Read more Groupiful offers a clean, open interface that gives you a quick view of the work and activities you have to tackle in the center, your upcoming events and recently uploaded or accessed files on the right, and your latest notes and personal to-dos on the left. You can create different "groups" to keep your personal life separate from your business one, or to separate out the projects you're working on. That way the family vacation you're working on doesn't get in the way of the bedroom remodel you're trying to manage. Advertisement Advertisement The activity stream in the center is where you'll see all of your activities, and the activities of the other people you're working with. If you have friends or family members working on the same event or project with you, you'll see the things they do, you can comment on them, star them, and so on. They can do the same from their view. By default, your dashboard shows you all of your groups and all activities—click on any group to see only the relevant updates for that project. Groupiful does a good job of being more than a simple to-do list with sharing options, but less than a bulky, massive CRM tool that's clearly only useful for people in large enterprises. If you're on a small team and need to collaborate, or you just want to bring a little order to your household, volunteer group, or community association, it's definitely worth a look. Groupiful is free for anyone who needs to join or create up to 10 groups with up to 10 users each, which we think is more than enough for most people. If you need more users or more storage space, premium plans are available. Groupiful Gear from Kinja Deals Bestsellers: Anker PowerCore 20000 Your Pick For Best Lightning Cable: Anker PowerLine Final Day: The Best Price Ever On Your Favorite Custom Suits [Exclusive] Reply 3 replies Leave a reply You may also like Gizmodo Reddit Is Tearing Itself Apart Today 7:20am The Slot Melania Trump Threatens to Sue Over Barron Trump Video Made by Autistic Young Man 31 minutes ago Sploid So How Close Do You Live to a Nuclear Bomb? Today 9:50am Recent from Alan Henry 6 12 19.9K Lifehacker · Alan Henry 11 Simple Techniques to Wake Up Earlier Every Morning Today 10:30am 2 7.2K Lifehacker · Alan Henry These DIY Honey Ginger Cough Drops Soothe a Sore Throat Yesterday 4:30am 3 24.3K Lifehacker · Alan Henry How Wi-Fi on Airplanes Works, Unusual Origins of U.S. City Names, and the Clouds of Iceland Yesterday 4:00am Share Tweet About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Lifehacker Store Redirecting to the Lifehacker store in Disclaimer: You are leaving a Gizmodo Media Group, LLC website and going to a third party site, which is subject to its own privacy policy and terms of use. Continue Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS ©2016 Gizmodo Media Group Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.