Monthly Archives: March, 2021

Latest news from Freedcamp

From November 2020 to March 2021, we made some fantastic updates to elevate your experience in managing your projects: Milestones We’ve made multiple changes, as explained in this blog post. Added a more convenient interface for linking tasks. Added the ability to add

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Attach cloud files like a pro

In this short post, we share some simple rules we try to follow to make reading in Freedcamp easier and files always at hand even when they are attached from cloud drives. Freedcamp supports Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive integrations.

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Where did I attach that PDF last week?

1 – open Search 2 – type file extension .pdf 3 – if you can not remember project name remove selected project to search all or select projects where you want to look 4 – select Files application 5 –

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Inline Notifications, Tags and Custom Fields

March was a great month for Freedcamp! We released many new features, and this is probably the most important one: the ability to see notifications, tags and custom fields directly in the task list. To enable these features, click the

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Milestones: New Improvements

Comments and Attachments Did you ever need to discuss a milestone with your team? Milestones didn’t support comments, since for a long time they functioned similarly to task lists. With improvements last year making them more like a special type

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Freedcamp Slack integration – roadmap and status

We started working on version 1 of our native Slack integration this month. Version 1 1. Slack Actions. Create tasks, events, issues, discussions, and comments from messages! 2. Commands. In any channel, simply type /fc new to add a new item, right from your Slack feed! 3. Unfurl items

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4 Project Management Tips for Content Managers

If one of your plans for this year is to invest more in content – great! This is an amazing strategy to help bring more awareness to your brand and establish your authority in the industry. However, developing content is

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