SharedPlan Project Management
SharedPlan Project Management
1.11.1

3.4

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SharedPlan Project Management free download for Mac

SharedPlan Project Management1.11.1

22 May 2006

Plan successful projects.

Overview

SharedPlan Project Management is a project management solution with a familiar user interface, robust but the approach to project planning and reporting is fundamentally new and different. It supports email collaboration, PERT/Gantt charts with critical path identified, reporting, analysis, and custom calendar and resource pool.

What's new in SharedPlan Project Management

Version 1.11:
  • Improved support for Managed Accounts in Mac OS X.

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5 Reviews of SharedPlan Project Management

Anonymous
11 September 2004
Version: 1.4.4

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The application hits all the right notes - visual presentation of the tasks, the right charts, useful information - without going overboard (as MS Project unfortunately does). It reminds me of the much missed Claris MacProject. For someone who is more visually-oriented than business-oriented, that's very welcome. Unfortunately the UI is a bit of dog's breakfast. The layout of the interface is clunky and a bit crude. Reports pop up in a Web browser window. The whole thing could have benefitted from a good visual designer. At one end of the spectrum we have apps like Project, which are visually very attractive and flow well, but have limited functionality. At the other end of the spectrum we have SharedPlan, which feels awkward and crude, but does more. Anyone care to claim the middle ground?
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4.75
Anonymous
16 July 2005
Version: 1.9.4
Prior to SharedPlan we were using loose pepr, notas, and the back of our hand to keep track of our projects. We needed something better but not too heavy and their Personal version does what we need. Wytze Maastricht
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4.5
Anonymous
14 July 2005
Version: 1.9.4
We just bumped into these guys at Macworld in Boston and got one of their demo CDs. It installed straight away and functions as described on their web page and documentation. We liked it well enough that we bought a couple of copies and have so far been very pleased with it. For $70 it's actually a really good deal...the best we found.
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A. Dixson
12 July 2005
Version: 1.9.4
$70 is a lot to pay for nothing. If a mouse click or key-stroke produced the same action twice I was lucky. Printing was a dissaster (ten pages to print a pert chart of fifteen tasks). Support was quick to answer simple preference questions and asked for a detailed description of my system, which I sent along with a detailed description of the many problems I encountered (ex.When you close a window the program quits; double click on a saved file and the program will open to an empty window.) They are not quick to answer anymore if ever. Having said that, even If the program worked as advertised, it is still useless as a project manager because, oddly enough, it has no method for collapsing tasks into phases for an overview of your project. You cannot edit the gantt chart, which displays tasks in alphabetical order only. Unbelievable!
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Anonymous
03 March 2005
Version: 1.7.7
I am sales manager and couldn't wait anymore that my company buy me the beautifull soft(on windows platform) to inform my boss about my job activities. I have decided myself to buy SHAREDPLAN to organise me and continue to use my new IMAC G5. It works perfectly buy it ! I resume : SHAREDPLAN does not impose any platform so You can share with anybody ! many thanks..
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Anonymous
11 September 2004
Version: 1.4.4
The application hits all the right notes - visual presentation of the tasks, the right charts, useful information - without going overboard (as MS Project unfortunately does). It reminds me of the much missed Claris MacProject. For someone who is more visually-oriented than business-oriented, that's very welcome. Unfortunately the UI is a bit of dog's breakfast. The layout of the interface is clunky and a bit crude. Reports pop up in a Web browser window. The whole thing could have benefitted from a good visual designer. At one end of the spectrum we have apps like Project, which are visually very attractive and flow well, but have limited functionality. At the other end of the spectrum we have SharedPlan, which feels awkward and crude, but does more. Anyone care to claim the middle ground?
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