### 3. Wrike: Intuitive Project Management Software

If you want something that you can set up in a short time, then definitely give Wrike a look. Teams looking to take on a large amount of work will be pleased with the unlimited number of projects there’s room for. Time tracking, a coveted feature, is included here, in addition to integration with Zapier, the web-app automation solution.

It provides good customizability, as users are free to modify its dashboard to their liking. For instance, this flexibility allows you and your team to transform it into a more general work-management and collaboration solution.

Another benefit of using Wrike is that it doesn’t take much to learn—it’s a very intuitive platform.

### 4. Trello: Online Task and Project Management

Trello relies on the simplicity and straightforwardness of card-based design to empower teams to move their tasks and projects forward. In this way, one of the best online project management software solutions uses minimalism to help teams organize and talk to each other smoothly on various projects. We use this tool here at Envato Tuts+ to plan and track our content projects through production.

It also needs to be said that this app is more on the visual side; if you enjoy moving cards into different columns on a regular basis to update the status of various projects and collaborations, then Trello will definitely appeal to you. Zapier integration is also featured here.

Trello is suited for teams that have shorter or more flexible projects to complete instead of ones that take months. It's simple to use, so you can start working with it quickly. For more on Trello, see:

### 5. Liquid Planner: Feature-Rich Project Management Tool

Tracking and managing resources gets a lot easier with Liquid Planner due to its rich features. Not only is this web app a responsive one, but it also has a great interface that features drag-and-drop straightforwardness. There’s no need to learn a whole lot in order to successfully navigate its interface.

There’s also a good deal of range with this software, as you can do more than just manage projects from start to finish and track deadlines and deliverables. While it’s relatively simple to use, you can get quite deep into it to fully realize all of its capabilities, which takes some getting used to, but will pay off for teams that have a lot of work they want to manage smoothly.

### 6. Basecamp: Simple Project Management Software Online

Basecamp is one of the more popular choices, as far as project management software online solutions go, having already snatched up a decent section of the market. If there’s one word to epitomize the Basecamp experience, it would be usability. Its far-reaching mobile integration is what makes this possible.

Imagine that you can access your project management software through most any smartphone or tablet, and you have an idea of Basecamp’s functionality. Naturally, this winning feature makes it very appealing to stakeholders who are spread out across the world.

Its inclusion of many third-party add-ons is another reason to give Basecamp a serious look, along with its still-affordable price point.

Here’s our walkthrough on project management in Basecamp:

### 7. Zoho Projects: Scalable Online Project Management

Featuring a clean and straightforward user interface, Zoho Projects has a lot of support for those times when you want to integrate other work/productivity-related apps you use, such as Google Apps. This feature-rich platform is generally easy to set up and begin using, and it’s also responsive.

While there is a free option available, it naturally won’t allow you access to all of its features. For that, you’ll have to shell out approximately \$50 per month, which some may see as a bit steep. The good news is that the free option allows you to test it out to see if it handles your team projects with ease; from there, you can upgrade. This is one of the only project management solutions to offer this.

Notwithstanding, Zoho Projects empowers you to be flexible, too, letting you scale as your team, business and project sizes and intensity all grow as you become more successful.

### 8. Clarizen: Work and Online Project Management Tools

With open APIs, a chat setup, ease of navigation, and comprehensive work-management centralization, Clarizen is a good choice. Its best selling point is its combination of project management together with work management for a software solution that’s made for a quickly growing small businesses.

Project management software online typically centralizes communication, scheduling and tasks, so everyone stays on top of what they’re supposed to do. Work management tools do that, too, but they also allow for work without specific deadlines and deliverables.

Clarizen’s big strength is its easy-to-use interface, which makes this ambitious combination of project and work management more usable, even for newcomers to this platform.

### 9. Teamwork Projects: Collaborative Project Management

Teamwork Projects is an online project management software solution that combines a range of different prices with great features and usability. It is well suited for smaller teams and project scopes.

In keeping with its attractiveness to smaller teams and the ease of use of a platform with a great user experience, Teamwork Projects features a self-explanatory user interface. As such, you and your team members can find your way around its navigation very intuitively, without having to learn a lot before you use it or as you go.

This software solution comes with a range of tools for managing your clients’ bills, tracking people’s time put into projects, and, of course, monitoring projects and ensuring that they’re successfully finished on time.

### 10. Todoist: For Task, Productivity, and Project Management

Todoist is the popular productivity solution that also incorporates many elements of team-based work for pushing projects forward effectively. It’s also more of a good online project management tool for smaller teams, making it a good choice for small businesses.

One of its strengths is a user interface based on a tagging and color system that makes organizing various projects and tasks within projects a breeze. There’s also a handy chat feature in the UI that makes communication quick and crystal clear.

What’s equally likeable about Todoist is how accessible it is on numerous platforms on different operating systems. This makes it a reliable choice for teams working together that are scattered across the world.