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5.1.10
17 August 2019

Project management software (was Merlin).

Ced
15 June 2018

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I'm a user since version 1. With version 5, they are offering only a subscription pricing model, no possibility anymore to buy it. Goodbye Merlin...
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Version 4.3.4

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Thomas-Cleve
23 March 2019
Subscription? No way! Goodbye!
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Version 5.0.12
Bub1200
19 September 2018
There is only a subscription model only for Merlin. The charge of $149 is annualy! There should be a remark if the price tag applies to a subscription.
This is also true for many other apps on macupdate and this a general nuisance.
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Version 5.0.6
frank-drebin
13 July 2018
I moved to Merlin Project 5 from version 4 and I love it. The new Kanban features is awesome. But for me the resources pool is the big thing. I think that a subscription is absolutely justified for such a software. Many people here don't seem to understand that the developers of a software can't live if you put a great app on the market and then have to support users with updates for years for free.
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Version 5.0.3
Ced
15 June 2018
I'm a user since version 1. With version 5, they are offering only a subscription pricing model, no possibility anymore to buy it. Goodbye Merlin...
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Version 4.3.4
4 answer(s)
Powercc
Powercc
12 July 2018
I am totally agree with you - without an alternative fix price offering Merlin is dead for me... I switch completely to Omniplan
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frank-drebin
frank-drebin
13 July 2018
I dont understand your problem. The software is now way cheaper with many more options and features. Starting from $99/year (which is as low as $8,25/month) I think its worth every penny. I'm also a user since version 2 and compared to any other professional pm app, Merlin was always a great deal. OmniPlan is way not as full featured compared to Merlin Project.
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les-13
les-13
12 October 2018
I also don't believe in this model.

As an app, Merlin's inability to share with PC and Android devices (even read only) is a deal killer.
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xcoxco
xcoxco
27 January 2019
You may not agree with the pricing model. But you may find that, for many specialist software developers, the subscription model is the only financially sustainable revenue model. The big issue is not the subscription pricing. Rather, it is whether the develop continues to improve the software or not.

With regards to Merlin, the first issue is whether the software functionality is useful or not. The second issue is whether in general the pricing model is suitable for the given functionality, though it may not be your cup of tea.

Compared with other such packages, the Merlin pricing seems reasonable.

The question then is, for those of us reading this review, does Merlin deliver on the claimed functionality, or not.

Thank you.
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YellowSubmarine
31 May 2018
The best project management app on the Mac, period. And less expensive than the very overpriced Omniplan. Omniplan has only a couple of advantages, like the bidirectional communication between Apple Calendar and Omniplan ( Merlin is only monodirectional, from Merlin to Calendar but changes in Calendar won't reflect in Merlin )
While Merlin's Mac version is top-notch , it's iOS companion is a bit underwhelming for the price ( 40 $ a year ), and only allows for minor changes and perspective. Very limited usefulness, don't expect much from it.
Omniplan's iOS app on the other hand is impressive, nearly identical to the Mac version , but comes at a very hefty price ( 150$ ! )

Bottom line : on the Mac, Merlin wins hands down, but really needs a better, more powerful iOS companion
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Version 4.3.4
1 answer(s)
YellowSubmarine
YellowSubmarine
18 June 2018
well well... it seems they have yielded to the dark side and have moved to the slavescription model... I will not be upgrading my Merlin 4. Omniplan , here I come !
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mr-spankman
25 April 2017
As a project manager for an huge software enterprise I dropped all other pm solutions and exclusively go with Merlin Project. But since version 4.2 is out they really rock my teams with the groundbreaking Dropbox synchronization! Worth every single $.
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Version 4.2.2
3 answer(s)
George6
George6
08 July 2017
this user joined MU on 25.4.17 and only made one single post, this one. same goes for brigitte-cording, julia-moeser and probably more below. so, thank you projectwizards for posting FAKE REVIEWS from time to time. :)
my opinion about merlin is that it was better at 2.x
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mr-spankman
mr-spankman
08 July 2017
@George6, It's great that you monitor the activities on MacUpdate. Two points on that:

1. Yes, I have only one review here at MU, because I don't use it. But I stumbled upon Merlin Project 4 here at MU, downloaded it from here and fell in love with the tool. And _only_ to write that review I had to register. But thank you for your harsh comment, I'll think twice next time.

2. I do not know Merlin 2 so I can't judge about it.

Man, sometimes the world isn't just black or white ;-) Also, I forward this message to ProjectWizards and MU, to inform them about this.

P.S.: I am not used to use MU, so I pressed accidentally the Smiley. That was a mistake. Replace it with this :-(
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George6
George6
16 August 2017
well mr-spankman... maybe its true what you say, but its quite obvious with the self-reviews here. of course you can do that as a developer, but then you also have to live with it when other users point it out. in your favor speaks your odd nick, which differs from the more serious looking 1 post reviewers below. on the other side you seem to care a lot about my accusation, which makes me suspicious again. ;-)
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Frankp
25 April 2017
Love this tool. More powerful than other project management tools available for the Mac. No problems after upgrading the OS to Sierra.
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Version 4.2.2
brigitte-cording
13 April 2017
I am running my projects since 2 years with Merlin Project and I am more than happy. Especially the integrated mind map and the filters are well thought and done. No more without!
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Version 4.2.2
julia-moeser
13 April 2017
I am extremely pleased with Merlin Project, and even though I probably use only a fraction of its features I find it an essential tool for my work.
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Version 4.2.2
bumper314
21 December 2016
I'm very impressed with the power of Merlin 4. Checklists allow for fine-grain, repeatable details I've struggled to capture in other PM tools.
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Version 4.0.10
former customer
17 December 2016
Merlin 2 user, upgraded to Sierra—now can't open the program until I pay an additional $185. The new features don't justify pulling the rug out like this from people who simply upgraded their OS. This is disgusting. The program already worked (well). This feels like typical upgrade cash cow bloat, with a bit of extortion thrown in for good measure.
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Version 4.0.10
1 answer(s)
bumper314
bumper314
21 December 2016
First off, I'm a software user & developer, but I'm not associated with Merlin.

Your review is unfair to the developer and childish in tone and temperament. You clearly operate with a set of expectations that don't accurately map to the real world.

When you purchased Merlin 2, the documentation would have clearly stated the supported OS versions at that time. If not clearly stated, you should have zero expectation of future "free" upgrades.

The onus is on YOU to verify your tools before upgrading the OS.
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Fotodivr
08 November 2016
Have to buy new upgrade to be able to use on my Mac since I updated my operating system. That sucks! I have been a Merlin user since day one. I will go hunting for something else now. Disgusted.
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Version 4.0.10
1 answer(s)
bumper314
bumper314
21 December 2016
(copy from above)

First off, I'm a software user & developer, but I'm not associated with Merlin.

Your review is unfair to the developer and childish in tone and temperament. You clearly operate with a set of expectations that don't accurately map to the real world.

When you purchased Merlin 2, the documentation would have clearly stated the supported OS versions at that time. If not clearly stated, you should have zero expectation of future "free" upgrades.

The onus is on YOU to verify your tools before upgrading the OS.
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Dmitry-Novikov
12 October 2016
Hi, I've used this software (Merlin 2) for a planning a big 6 months project preparation for 6 people. The huge advantage i've mentioned are:
1. you can see duration in weeks on Gannts Diagram (it sounds stupid,but it really helps to identify terms of task) and you can not see this feature in another applications.
2. If you have overloaded person in your plan you can manage his\her time on separate sheet and see how the duration of task will be changed. It saves a lot of time.
3. Movement over the whole 1200 strings plan was wonderfull ans so fast.
In comparisson with Microsoft MS Project i did a plan 3 times faster, really. To hide from my boss that i used another application - i've used export to MS Project file. It works really.
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Version 4.0.7
George6
01 November 2015
is it possible to give a bar a different color?
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Version 3.1.4.40543
3 answer(s)
Frank-Blome
Frank-Blome
21 December 2015
Sure. Right mouse click on a bar and select in the Style menu. If you write next time to <support@merlinproject.net> you'll get your answer right away. Sorry we are not monitoring this website daily.

Oh, and BTW thanks for finding the fakes. How did you know?
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George6
George6
25 December 2015
the fakes? go and check the profiles. but i guess you know, as the only one who has a reason to do 5 star fake reviews is the developer itself :) and styles...don't the styles always affect everything? is it possible to have different colored bars to distinct different kind of processes?
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Abugirges
Abugirges
08 August 2016
The Merlin Devs provide a pretty profound manual, to be found here (only the styles section):

http://projectwizards.net/documentation/merlin-project/guides/en/02-styles.pdf
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Zoe-B-
04 August 2015
I was used to the former 2.x version and it took me a while getting the new options after the upgrade. Now that I got on track with it, it works perfectly for me. Sure it offers more than I would need on everyday work, but it imports fine from MS Project 2013 (older version couldn't), I can easily plan my tasks and check different views if I need them, or simply report by a report view. Small little things like search and replace, filters with or without hierarchy, the option to output the schedule with Spanish headers if I need and now rich style export of rows with time boxes helps me do my job as PM exactly as I need it and helps me to know that the software will help me, if I need more.
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Version 3.1.0.40305
mike-83
03 August 2015
Create a conceptual version of your project plan as a mind map, and Merlin Project will transfer automatically what you have entered to the project’s work breakdown
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Version 3.1.0.40305
1 answer(s)
George6
George6
08 December 2015
FAKE review, see user profile
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malka21
31 July 2015
Best tool for several projectmanagement-tasks. Since the last updates a lot of new features really make me happy and I can provide specific project timelines for different clients. Merlin allows me to give professional output for my clients.
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Version 3.1.0.40305
1 answer(s)
George6
George6
08 December 2015
FAKE review, see user profile
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malka21
31 July 2015
Best tool for several projectmanagement-tasks. Since the last updates a lot of new features really make me happy and I can provide specific project timelines for different clients. Merlin allows me to give professional output for my clients.
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Version 3.1.0.40305
1 answer(s)
George6
George6
08 December 2015
FAKE review, see user profile
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Paul-Milller1965
25 July 2015
very intuitive, great looking piece of software. Reporting made easy
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Version 3.1.0.40305
1 answer(s)
George6
George6
08 December 2015
another FAKE review, see user profile
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aldeb
30 March 2015
I installed it on OSX Yosemite 10.10.2, but every time I open it, it says "the application is damaged" and ask me to reinstall it. I did it three times, but it keeps doing it. Disappointing :(
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Version 3.0.7.39619
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Frank-Blome
Frank-Blome
18 May 2015
We fixed that with version 3.0.8 - can you confirm?
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lb3541
24 March 2015
A thought for those who look at the cost of their software. Merlin seems to be a good projects program. I have owned a copy for several years since buying a copy in a NovaMind bundle. My current version of Merlin is 2.9.4. That said, after looking closely at the new program and the associated pricing, It appears Merlin management is discriminating against those who use US dollars to buy their software. The current difference between the Euro price and US dollar price at the current exchange rate makes the dollar price to buy new approximately $59.00 higher than the Euro price and the upgrade price approximately $25.00 higher. I like their program but this type of discrimination caused me pause and to decide against upgrading unless this changes. I did write Merlin customer service about this issue and was told my concerns had been passed to management. However, to date, I have not received an answer or explanation. You may want to consider Merlin is good but there are other options.
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Version 3.0.6.39564
Macfoto
19 February 2015
Wow! From $150 to $299! Like "Totals" from $39 to $129... Something happens to Mac Developers! Thank You!
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Version 3.0.4
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Frank-Blome
Frank-Blome
23 March 2015
We don't want to get rich in two days ;-) It is more the fact, we have now features in Merlin Project which have to be bought additionally before, like the HTML export. The resulting price is more or less the same. Also you get now a mind map app and full earned value analysis included without any additional charge.
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Paul-Milller1965
Paul-Milller1965
30 July 2015
I purchased the former version, Merlin 2 about 6 years ago. Since then I got every update for free, so I think the price is absolutely fair. Also app developers need pay their rent...
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Dmitry-Novikov
Dmitry-Novikov
12 October 2016
"HTML export" for 100 USD... rich developers.. time to find another application
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Snoppi93
06 February 2015
it helped me with my first project ! I was planning a fundraiser with it. But I think the program is suitable for many different types of projects.
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Version 3.0.1
mschu10053
05 February 2015
Cool new design and a safe hobor for prpject files (not cloud based!!)
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Version 3.0.1
Manfred-Bergmann
16 October 2013
There still seem to be some issues with OS X 10.9. Moving (dragging) items on the timeline doesn't work. The drop-downs for item completion look weird.
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Version 2.9.2
ylluminate
06 May 2013
Really looks quite nice. If integration with TeamworkPM.net were possible, this would be a fantastic solution. Teamwork has proven to be the best comprehensive solution we've found so far for disparate teams, but man I would die to have a native OS X solution that could integrate into our workflow.
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Version 2.9.1
ManuelD
25 September 2012
I use Merlin since years. There a mayor updates to fix problems or open new interfaces to third parties. The support is much better than average in the IT-area. Other companies tried to copy Merlin or introduced "Pad"-Version (more as a viewer or not stable) but Merlin is still the dominating Mac-PM software for Pro's.
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Version 2.9
C2r
13 April 2012
merlin work in french.stable. intuitive
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Version 2.8.3
AlexMagik
13 February 2012
A bit too expensive, and very seldom get updated. would be nice a bit more updates /features for a software that costs 200$. i switched to Fast Track due to this as merlin felt "old" after 2 years and basically no updates except 1 small fix.
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Version 2.8.3
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Espiridion
Espiridion
13 February 2012
Prior to today's fix, these have been the improvements within the last 2 years: Resolved Issues in Merlin Under Mac OS 10.7, scrolling in the Gantt chart could result in a blurry time ruler. In some configurations it could take a long time to save changes. Under Mac OS 10.7, files extracted from file elements had a wrong creation date. Sometimes approved budgets were not refreshed correctly when linked projects were loaded. Approved budgets could not be deleted. Under Mac OS 10.7, the print preview was not centered correctly. Copying activities with attached events could lead to a crash. Resolved Issues in Merlin Web Under some circumstances, wrong calendar weeks were displayed in the time ruler. Entering duration units within resource rates did not work correctly. Resolved Issues in Merlin Server Under Mac OS 10.7, sharing projects with special characters in their filenames was not possible. New Features in Merlin NovaMind 5 files can be imported now. In Merlin lost licenses can be requested now. Resolved Issues in Merlin MindManager files exported from Merlin could not be opend by MindManager 9 under Windows. Importing of CSV files could mess up when some key fields were empty. Completed milestones from OmniPlan 1 were not completed after import in Merlin. The import of contacts from LDAP servers did not work correctly. Resolved Issues in Merlin Web Projects containing an UniCode linebreak in texfields could not be displayed in the the web. Printing did not work properly.
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Tdubendorf
17 December 2011
This is the best. I've tried several others including OmniPlan. This is the best that I had found.
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Version 2.8.1
freevito
24 October 2011
I'm not going to review or rate Merlin because I haven't used it in many years (I think 2006 was the last time I used it). At the time, there really wasn't a project management app for the Mac that had all the features I needed, so I ended up going with MS Project running on Windows in Virtual PC. It was barbaric, but it worked. As I was trying all the different Mac PM apps, I came across Merlin. The interface was terrific, the software was intuitive, and the support was great…no wait, it was better than that. The support was awesome. The only reason I didn't end up using Merlin as my main PM app was because at that time it didn't have resource leveling, which was an absolute requirement for me. (In checking the current user guide, I see that resource leveling is now included in Merlin.) But even without resource leveling, Merlin was so easy to use and created such great looking graphics that I used it for my project status reports. And now that it has resource leveling, if I needed a PM app, I'd use Merlin in a heartbeat based on my earlier experience.
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Version 2.8.1
Yannick-P-
09 September 2010
PMI, MS Project, interface, I love it!
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Version 2.7.7
mark-bischoff
21 June 2010
Absolutly great software easy to use good interface
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Version 2.7.6
Xplicit
11 June 2010
Very good application, but I only had use for it once. So if someone is interested in a license please feel free to write to onemerlinlicenseforsale@googlemail.com . It's an EDU license, use for commercial projects is permitted whether you're a student or not anymore.
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Version 2.7.6
Nessuno
19 February 2010
Merlin absolutely rocks, re. work as well as look-and-feel. Great job! Worth every cent.
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Version 2.7.6
Alext
09 October 2009
I am a project manager by trade working in the Netherlands on a 150 person project for a phone company. I run a low spec Apple Macbook with Merlin Project on it. I've been using Merlin for 10 months now on this project. My teams plan has 532 Activities. I update this on a daily basis as per progress. There are no stability problems that I can see and even annoying usability bugs have now gone. The layout and presentation are the envy of my fellow MSproject users. I have to export from Merlin to them every week also. This is easy - just 'export' instead of 'save'. no complaints. The overall project plan is larger at 662 activities. It was created in MSproject and imported into Merlin. This is done by double clicking the project file on the my mac and then merlin and the project open. Easy. Overall, I think Merlin is not bad value for money. If you love Mac and are running a project, then you have to have a planning tool. This looks good and runs stable. I've not had any corrupt project files or crashes. Check out the price of MS Project... €400-500 and it looks shabby. Sure you can buy cheaper Mac planners... but how much is your time worth to sweat with something that is not smooth?
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Version 2.7.3
Missionman
06 September 2008
This is one of the best project management packages on the market at the moment I can't comment on previous versions, but I tested this along with a couple of other packages and this came out trumps by a long way. Great product for those looking to do professional project management. For a full review, check out my detailed review at http://forums.mactalk.com.au/20/50959-merlin-project-scheduling-mac-ms-project-competitor-mac.html
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Version 2.6.1
Wladimir80
08 May 2007
This is definitely the best project management software on the mac. Especially if you work in a windows environment where MS Project is used this is a way to stay on the Mac. Exchange with Project runs quite smooth in most cases. The Software ist relatively easy to use and is very well integrated with MacOS X. And the price tag is low in comparison to many other software. Still waiting for a network version but there will one ion the next months as the developers have mentioned in the past.
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Version 2.0.4
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anmar-1
anmar-1
16 August 2007
Hi. Currently we are hoping to have an Open Beta end of Aug, 07 so do drop by our website
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Version 2.0.4
hced
25 July 2006
I have a question about Merlin. My keyword while searching for the perfect project management tool is *collaboration*. Therefore I'm wondering how suitable Merlin is for projects where one person is in Sweden and the other one is in USA. In particular, I'm interested in smooth, working 2-way editing and management of the same project. Any information and user experience in this matter would be much appreciated.
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Version 2.0b4
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Meeta
Meeta
02 August 2006
Hi, Computernaut, It is true that Merlin 2 at present cannot deliver the functionality you are looking for. But Merlin 2 is also a product in constant development and we are constantly improving Merlin to meet the requirements of our customers. If you like we can discuss this issue with our developers and I would like to suggest that you contact our Merlin Support Team. Maybe you can discus this idea with them in more detail.
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Version 2.0b4
Kiddailey
24 January 2006
Out of all the project management apps I've tried, this one SEEMS to be among the top few in terms of interface and stability -- but I'm not totally sure due to the item/tasks limitation of the demo. Why can't any of the project management software developers realize what we need to properly evaluate their product in a real working environment? A limit of "20 items" is a huge barrier when you're trying to determine if a product will really fit into the way your business works. Even the templates included with the software won't load completely due to the limitation! Trying to imagine if it will work for me makes it much harder to fork over $200 of my company's money. The Gantt layout is nice and less buggy than the other software I've tried. The Netplan view looks interesting, but again with the limited items, it's hard to see how useful it'd be for me. The only major thing that I'm able to gleem as a place for improvement is that the assets that you attach to items (docs, notes, etc.) feels a little buried and they aren't readily accessible in all views. It also continually switches view modes when you add an asset, which is somewhat annoying. Seemingly good interface, features and stability, but until I can actually TRY it in a real-world scenario, I really can't say if it's worth the price.
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Version 1.3.8
4 answer(s)
Frank-Blome
Frank-Blome
24 January 2006
Dear KIDDAILEY, Thank you for your comment. My offer is to you as well; if you can't try Merlin with the limitation of 20 activities per project, just drop me a note. I'll be happy to provide you with a time-limited license. Frank Blome
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Version 1.3.8
Kiddailey
Kiddailey
25 January 2006
Thank you for the offer! I had not realized the option to do so was available and look forward to hearing from you.
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Version 1.3.8
Te
Te
27 January 2006
I agree--I'm in the conceptual stages of a software project...ready to start hiring people and setting and tracking common goals... When I saw the Merlin review in TidBITS I thought it might be just what I need--opened it up-saw Software development template-great! Then got the 20 items limit and there goes my trial.. it's a risk even to take a few hours off to set this up--will it help this product or lose me a morning's work. But without a fully enabled demo I wouldn't even be able to tell. Tom
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Version 1.3.8
Meeta
Meeta
03 March 2006
Hi TE, The same applies here, you are always welcome to request a time limited version of Merlin from us. In most cases the 20 activity limit does it for most to decide. When it does not they request a time limited license. We have always complied! Just write me or our Merlin Support (merlin@projectwizards.net) an email with your request and we would be glad to send you the time limited license. Meeta
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Version 1.3.9
Anonymous
31 December 2004
This version 1.1, bringing the various calendars, definitely makes Merlin mature and fully usable. I now use it as a full replacement to VirtualPC+MSProject (I know *all* MSProject features are not there, but I personnaly don't miss anything), and MPP file import works fine for me. The interface is great, and easy to use. The developpers have been very responsive to my requests and comments ... and no crash so far. Regarding the (minor) English errors on their site, please remember that US is not all word, so please be forgiving.
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Version 1.1
Diablo943
24 November 2004
I have been in the market for a good project management ap for a while. Since I have been MS free since 2003, there aren't many options. Merlin looked interesting. It seems to be moving in the right direction, BUT... The website is very poorly translated from German and is almost unintelligible. It is almost funny it is so bad. (Of course they did better than I could if I tried to make a website in German...) The application seemed pretty nice when I downloaded it with a good layout and design. I noticed the templates were pretty lacking, but that will improve... it wasn't clear that you don't need to use a template and can just continue setting up a project. There are several items in the project entry wizard that should be options, but are currently required. Everything looked good until I tried to finish setting up a project... Beachball! Merlin is listed as a 1.0 app. I would put it more in the 0.75 area. It needs a bunch of stability work and the inclusion of some standard interface elements. The documentation needs a bunch of work and the website needs to be translated properly. With that all said, I am keeping my eye on Merlin. I think there may be some magic from this one...
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Version 1.0.1
1 answer(s)
Frank-Blome
Frank-Blome
24 November 2004
Hello Diablo943, it would be great, if you could send us some details about your issues that we can fix or improve that. For the language thing, we have a first solution. We finally found a native speaker for correcting our documents. On http://www.projectwizards.net/merlin-support/index.php?cat=10 you can see the results. Thanx, Frank
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Version 1.0.1
Tom-dot-tom
22 November 2004
Downloaded Merlin and it looks great. It is lacking a little in the template arena but that is a minor issue. Very user friendly and feature rich. My big gripe is that the demo only allows for 20 activites. I can't adequately test a business product unless I can do a sample plan which takes more than 20 activites and I am not willing to fork out the money for it until I know it can do what I want. MS Project import will be nice too which I guess is coming soon.
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Version 1.0.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
22 November 2004
Just ask ProjectWizards for a time limited key. They sent me a key with which I could evaluate the full product for some weeks.
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Version 1.0.1
Frank-Blome
11 November 2004
Version 1.0.1 is available! While starting Merlin from inside a mounted disk image, we had a problem with the locking of the project templates. This is solved now! It is now possible to test Merlin directly from the disk image. The mixture of English and German in the "New Project Assistant" is solved, too. As well, we have fixed some other minor issues. So, please give Merlin another chance ;-) BTW: If you find issues in Merlin, the web site or the documentation we are really appreciate your help by sending us a short mail to merlin@projectwizards.net
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
11 November 2004
Seems... buggy. The buttons are mixed between English and German... it seems a bit unfinished... a little more polishing would help. The main window looks pretty nice, but I am unable to actually create anything! I try to create a new project, and the dialog comes up, but I can't type anythign in any of the boxes. Which makes it fairly useless at first... perhaps a couple more revisions and testing (may want to have some QA by someone with English as a first language). I really think the pictures in the manual look good... so if it can become like those and work it looks pretty promising... OS X needs some apps that compete (strongly) vs. MS Project.
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Version 1.0