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License Tier 1 : $69
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    $69 $960
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    • 5 users
    • 100 GB storage
    • Unlimited projects
    • White labeling
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    • 20 users
    • 250 GB storage
    • Unlimited projects
    • White labeling
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    • All features above included
    • Unlimited users
    • 1 TB storage
    • Unlimited projects
    • White labeling

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Hands-down the best project management system to date!

We have tested several of the competitors and when we found BasicOps, we almost immediately felt like we had come home. Great UX and the structure gets you addicted to getting stuff done!

We are 15 people on our team, and coordination and ease of use are crucial. The general feel from the team is that BasicOps is easy to use, gives a great overview of what needs to be done, and when and it's even great fun to use!

One of the best features is the integrated task, chat, and file share compatibility. It works great in both the web app as well as in mobile apps.

If you and your business need to be structured and get absolutely clear on what needs to be done and when - get BasicOps today! It's AWESOME!


the best project management software

in the past i have purchased project management software products from appsumo including bloo.

but basicops is not a basic project management software. in my opinion, this is a very matured and polished software.

Task management features include task checklists, subtasks(infinite!), as well as the ability to filter, sort, search for, easily reorder, and view tasks in the manner most convenient to the user. Users can also use list,board, calendars, and timelines to visualize tasks.

basicops also offers native integrations with G Suite(including Gmail add-on )Office 365 App(including outlook add-on ) Dropbox, slack, Webex, zoom etc

if one get used the software, lots of surprises are there.

i have used several project management software products including Asana, trello ,,Wrike. but basicops software outperforms all of these.

Grab it before it goes . you will never regret.


A solid ( competitor

I'm an active user of Blue, formerly, which is super easy for my Systems team to adopt

Check out my short review here:

What I love

🌮 Scheduling and Task dependencies are spot on

🌮 Mobile app is a great experience

🌮 Very clean UI

🌮 Calendar sync

🌮 Enterprise integrations

What I miss

🌮 No folders for organizing files

🌮 missing a way to generate a pdf with the project timeline / Gantt chart

🌮 No unlimited storage like Blue

🌮 No way to share a roadmap or board in public

Overall, I think I would choose this platform as a backup to Blue / Bloo over all other PM / team management tools offered here on AS..

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Off to a very promising start

I have tried almost every PM tool that appsumo has had on offer and am happy to report that BasicOps already ticks a lot of boxes for me. BasicOps is a very polished tool focused on frictionless task management and collaboration. Yes, it lacks the bells and whistles of some of the all-in-one-tools and personally I hope that custom fields and more granular access controls will someday find their way into the product but what it does it does very well - with a few unique approaches that set it apart from the rest:

- Tasks that are assigned to other people can be accepted or rejected by the assignee. I love this approach because it frames the interaction as cooperation and collaboration, not the delegation of a task in a hierarchical system. This is true for every interaction with this system: Collaboration is the foundation ever feature is built upon.

- Notes are an effective way to store information - and so much more: Every item in a note can be turned into a task - perfect for meeting minutes that contain actionable items. I previously used notejoy for collaborative note-taking around projects, this would totally eliminate the need for an external tool.

- Instant updates across all platforms. This is what immediately won me over. I tend to live in the pm tool of choice, have it open on one screen no matter what. I can't stress enough how satisfying it is to see instant updates pop up, whether in my feed, in a project, the tasks page, even in notes where multiple users can simultaneously edit the document that instantly pushes the changes to everyone. This even works in the mobile apps (I can only test the iOS version but would be surprised if this wasn't available on Android). No need to manually refresh anything, you are always in the loop.

Compared to other past and present deals on Appsumo the user limits are rather restrictive, especially since external users count towards the limit and the tier 2 and 3 step increases are unusually steep. But a tier 3 license grants you unlimited users and if BasicOps can deliver on what is already a very promising proposition, this license may soon be worth its weight in gold.

If you are looking for an all-in-one tool with CRM, sales funnel, marketing channels, customer portals, estimates, invoices, and what-have-you built-in, BasicOps isn't for you.

But if you are looking for an effective way to centralise information and collaboration around tasks and projects, I can highly recommend this tool.


Really Solid Project Manager

I trialed BasicOps, then bought it, because I want one easy to understand PM app I can always use without reinventing the wheel. This one just works. It is clean and simple enough to just focus on the tasks at hand. It does a great job at capturing your tasks on the fly and then pushing the tasks into different views so you never lose sight of agenda.

The tipping point for me was the ability to add Sub-Tasks in as deep a hierarchy as I want. If I want four levels of sub-tasks under one task I can do it and there are views which show the indentation for easy visual interpretation of the nested items. This is great and something you see lacking in so many other comparable apps that have been on AppSumo.

And the user management is actually quite good even though I'd like to see a little more granularity to the admin's permissions in the future. The current different guest levels to choose from when adding a user are still refined enough that you could also use this as a client portal app.

Unless I missed a detail, the calendar integration needs some sprucing up. We should be able to choose which calendars we want to integrate. As of now it only integrated ones in my Google Calendar that have the default Events label. This is not critical to me yet, but could be in the future.

For now the PM features are robust and allow me to capture all of my thoughts on the fly and get them into tasks or notes. And you can convert notes into tasks which is smart.

With a few improvements and an API I think BasicOps has the structure to be one of the best project management apps in the market. It's already excellent and I'm hoping this team will keep refining it.