Prioritize tasks and see who is working on what.
Target Audience: SMBs and Individuals
Website URL: https://www.happytodos.com
- Visit https://www.happytodos.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
- What do you find bothersome? What do you like?
- Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
- How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors like basecamphq.com and wrike.com?
- Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have.
Who is Working on What today?
HappyTodos is the only system that schedules each employeeâ€™s work day and allows the project manager to see in real time Who is Working on What. No more â€œwhat are you working onâ€ phone calls.
A simple web based project management software that estimates actual delivery dates of tasks and projects based on work load across projects and resources. No manual due dates management required, see how adding a new task to a project affects deadlines in real time.
Do less to get more done
Focus only on tasks you need to complete today. HappyTodos schedules your tasks to do today to fit only tasks that are of highest importance and only as many as you can get done in one working day. You set how many hours you want to work per day!
Time tracking on all projects
Track time worked on tasks using stopper or manually. See the difference between actual time spent on tasks vs originally estimated time.
3 thoughts on “HappyTodos – Web Based Project Management”
The words on the homepage “that prioritizes tasks and lets you see who is working on what” seems a bit too long.Â
The look of the website doesn’t look like a business site.Â I thought it was a site for kids.Â It sounds kinda like MS Project.
What do you find bothersome? What do you like? The characters are the site look like little kids.Â Befriend us on Facebook -??
Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?Â I would sign up if it was free but can’t see paying for it if I had MS Project.
How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors like basecamphq.com and wrike.com? Â Â Basecamphq and wrike look more professional. Â Both sites have images of real people which makes it seems more believable.
On the https://www.happytodos.com/plans-pricing/, it says “lockÂ Your data is safe and secure”. Doesn’t make sense.
+2500 Companies use HappyToDos every day – What companies?
“Priorotize using Drag & Drop”Â the word is spelled wrong.
HappyTodos will automaticly – Incorrect spelling
Time can be tracked using stopper or entered manually, with each task correspondence
in on place – one
The first thing I noticed when I went to the home page is the bubble like wizard looking character and the characters around him that looked like kids, If I didn’t already read the quick synopsis on this site beforehand, I would have thought it was some sort of a children’s organization site however with that being said, what http://www.happytodos.com is about becomes evident by reading the description.
What I find bothersome would definitely have to be the characters- they are too childlike and it would be easy for a person to assume the site is geared towards children and just pass it by without even taking the time to read what the site is truly about, also The words ” Online project management software that prioritizes tasks and let you see who is working on what” I feel would look better and more professional if they were a tad smaller and more centered and perhaps a different color such as red or blue.
What I liked best was the quick and easy tour feature at the bottom, you can click on it and see exactly what you get when you sign up for an account, It seems very user friendly whether you are a beginner or advanced in using computer programs, I also think being able to talk to someone immediately or being able to leave a message if you have any questions knowing a live person will be there to help is also a great plus, it shows that HappyTodos cares about its customers.
I would definitely be encouraged and would consider signing up for a free trial/account. Not only do I feelÂ Â using this site would help me to keep better tabs on my employees and their progress if I were in a supervising position, but I also feel it would encourageÂ employees to do their job and do it well knowing that they would be responsible for tracking their progress and staying organized and on task.
http://www.happytodos.com has a very similar set up as http://www.basecamp.com,Â however i have to admit the bright colors on happytodos is a bit more appealing to me and I find the organization of the boxes of content a bit easier to read. Comparing happytodos to Wrike.com I would have to say what I like better about Wrike.com is they have a list of “happy costumers” that show names of company that everyone would know right at the top and that shows to me that this is a very good product. The less clicking on links I have to do to learn about the product the quicker I am to make a decision yes or no if I want to use it.
A bit of feedback- If there is a way to have a list of satisfied customers and a place where you show positive feedback or reviews from said customers somewhere on the front would make HappyTodo much more competitive. Maybe replace the cartoon/childlike characters with real people.
Visit https://www.happytodos.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about? Online project management software.
What do you find bothersome? I did not like that the links were located at the bottom of the page.Â I initially was trying to click on the sections and the top and thought that maybe the website did not display properly.Â Then I realized the those (1,2, and 3) were just descriptions.Â What do you like? I like the color scheme.Â The font is very easy to read.Â The information is easy to follow.
Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? Yes.Â If not, why? N/A
How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors like basecamphq.com and wrike.com? Basecamphq.com-> your site seems more user friendly.Â Wrike.com->seems to appeal more to the corporate audience.
Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have. Even thought I am very interested in what you have to offer, the other two sites that were used to compare to “HappyToDos” seem to be structured towards the Fortune 500 Companies.Â I am not sure if you are looking to only target consumers on an individual basis or if you are looking for an entire company to utilize your service throughout their employees. In my opinion, it is not what you have to offer that does not quite seem to target the larger companies.Â It is the look of the website and how it appeals to the individual user that tends to make it lean more towards the smaller companies.Â If the individual business owner or smaller company is the target that you are looking for then you have hit the nail on the head with this one.Â Great software!Â Good Luck!
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