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Easily create tasks and assign them to anyone working in your project. Comments on a task are supported, to better discuss around what's to be done, without tampering with the text of the task.

The tasks for all projects

You may visualize on a single page all the tasks for all your projects.

  1. You can mark any task as completed by checking the checkbox near it
  2. View the tasks ordered by groups inside projects
  3. Filter tasks by responsible person

The tasks for a single project

  1. Add tasks on the fly, grouped or not grouped
  2. Filter tasks by responsible person
  3. Filter tasks by groups
  4. Your own tasks are marked to stand out from the crowd
  5. Comment on a task to get everything clear
  6. Completed tasks are on the bottom for each group - uncheck them to reopen


Milestones help you keep track of what and when is due. Tasks can be assigned to milestones to get a better view on what needs to be done until a certain time.

The milestones for all projects

You may visualize on a single page all the milestones for all your projects.

  1. All milestones in your projects are ordered by status: late, upcoming and completed
  2. You can mark any milestone in any project as completed from this page
  3. See an overview of milestones in your projects for the past, present and future months

The milestones for a single project

  1. Add milestones on the fly, group them, assign them to team members and enable email notifications for them
  2. Milestones are displayed in 3 areas: late, upcoming and completed
  3. Filter milestones by groups
  4. See an overview of milestones for the past, present and future months


By using messages inside Teamness, you no longer need to endlessly exchange emails on a certain issue.

  • Post a message and comment on it
  • Tie a message to a milestone
  • Attach files to a message

The list of messages in a project

  1. Filter messages by groups
  2. See short info about a message: attached files, number of comments

Message view

  1. Attach files to messages
  2. Discuss on a message, using comments


Whiteboards are rich text documents on steroids: you may keep multiple versions and rollback to any version you want.

You may use the whiteboards to edit letters, blog posts, papers etc, on your own or collaborating with someone else.

The list of whiteboards in a project

  1. Filter whiteboards by groups
  2. View the last version number of a whiteboard and when it was added

Whiteboard view

  1. A list with all the versions for this whiteboard
  2. Compare any 2 versions to see what was changed in between
  3. Flag one or more versions to mark different states of the whiteboard


Upload documents in your projects and keep them grouped, along with other data. You may also attach files to messages.

  1. View info for each file in the list: icon, size and description
  2. The percent of the space used by your files from the total quota of your account