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8 October 2020 0
Why “Google Workspace project management” is going to be among the search queries trends soon?
Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) is no doubt one of the most popular office apps pack among the companies of all sizes. Small and medium business choose to go Google because of the ease of use and transparency. Large enterprises switch to Google Workspace because of the fast deployment and high security standards. However, we are still confident that both will soon have to search for “Google Workspace project management”.
Here’s a chart that shows interest in the keywords “gsuite project management” and “google workspace project management” here. As you may see, there’s no interest in the latter, because Google Workspace haven’t existed until yesterday.
However, it’s not the first time when Google changes the name of its G Suite. It was also known as Google Apps for Work. No matter, what the name is, there’s still a reason why such search like “google project management”, “gsuite project management” or soon to appear “google workspace project management” even exist. And the reason is quite simple. Actually, there are two.
How do I use Google Workspace to manage projects?
Yes, this will be obviously the first question that a team or project leader asks when working in a company using Google Workspace. Going Google is not just for going Google itself. We strongly believe it’s about adopting the agile and collaborative approach to teamwork. Also, it’s very important to have more transparency in processes and workflow. Google Workspace is a great help with that and a big step forward.
“Everything you need to get anything done, now in one place” states Google on their Google Workspace website. I will agree to some extent. And the main point to disagree would be collaboration. Google Documents and Spreadsheets are good and useful. But not when you work on complex projects or you have a large team. We are not even speaking about the cases when you are working in multiple teams.
However, usually, companies start with what they have. Documents to describe projects and tasks, spreadsheets to create tables and monitor progress. Gantt charts in Google Spreadsheets are popular among project managers who have to track resources.
Sooner or later, the question comes: “Is there any app that is made specifically for project management and tracking tasks with resources”? Something that I may use on a day-to-day basis to collaborate with my team? Oh, and ideally, within our Google Workspace.
Does the app for project management within Google Workspace exist?
There’s no such solution from Google team but there are few from other developers. If you are looking for a project management tool that is smoothly and seamlessly integrated with Google Workspace, it’s reasonable to search on Google Workspace Marketplace. Among the most popular apps when searching for project/task management solutions or team collaboration, you will see Kanbanchi.
Why choosing Kanbanchi?
- It’s easy to deploy Kanbanchi from Google Admin Panel for all your organization.
- Everyone will be able to start working with the app in a minute because all your need to log in is Google account.
- The interface of the app is very intuitive and familiar to Google users.
- Real-time changes boost collaboration and make the workflow process smooth and transparent.
- All your files are securely stored in your Google Drive, so you may not worry about the security at all.
- Friendly support will answer any questions.
- Video tutorials and webinars will be a great help at the start.