Collabtive – Opensource Project Management Tool


Collabtive is an opensource collaboration tool. It is useful in project management. It allows you to define and manage projects, milestones and tasks. It supports time tracking and reporting. It is an alternative to basecamp.

Programming Languages:
Collabtive is developed using PHP and Javascript

It is more useful to small teams and freelancers.

Core functionality

  • Unlimited projects, milestones, tasklists, and tasks
  • Unlimited members with user profiles
  • Role-based permission management
  • Messaging and instant messaging
  • File management
  • Timetracking

Reporting and notifications

  • Timetracker reports, activity logs and messages in PDF format
  • Export user profiles as vCard
  • RSS feeds for messages and tasks
  • Synchronization of calendars via iCal task export
  • Excel files from activity logs and timetracker reports
  • E-mail notifications

Other

  • Search, tags
  • Basecamp import
  • Fully themeable
  • Available in more than 25 languages
  • Full UTF8 support

Online Demo: You can try the full featured demo here: http://collabtive.o-dyn.de/demo/

Download: You can download the latest version of Collabtive here: http://collabtive.o-dyn.de/downloadref.php. The current version is: Collabtive 0.6.1.

Support: Support is mainly available via forums – http://collabtive.o-dyn.de/forum/

Developers: Collabtive
is developed by a team of professional volunteers. Everyone involved is a pro in their respective areas, providing high quality contributions to the project.

  • Philipp Kiszka (Lead developer)
  • Marcus Fröhner (Graphic artist)
  • Eva Kranz (Project coordinator)

Fore more information: http://www.collabtive.o-dyn.de/index.php

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