What Is Freedcamp?
The most user-friendly online experience for managing any type of Project. Freedcamp contains one of the most comprehensive feature sets on the market while allowing you to only install the ones your team really needs. We offer innovative new user interfaces that reduce the amount of time required to stay on top of projects. Freedcamp is ideal for businesses and freelancers who are ready to get organized with ease.
Who Uses Freedcamp?
Small to Medium-sized businesses that want to increase productivity. Common types of such businesses we encounter are in Digital Media, Marketing, Web Agencies, Consulting, Freelancers
Where can Freedcamp be deployed?
About the vendor
- Founded in 2010
- 24/7 (Live rep)
About the vendor
- Founded in 2010
- 24/7 (Live rep)
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Features of Freedcamp
- Bar Chart
- Billing & Invoicing
- Collaboration Tools
- Color Codes/Icons
- Customizable Templates
- File Sharing Software
- Gantt/Timeline View
- Kanban Board
- Milestone Tracking
- Percent-Complete Tracking
- Project Planning/Scheduling
- Project Scheduling
- Reporting & Statistics
- Reporting/Project Tracking
- Resource Management Software
- Status Tracking
- Task Management Software
- Task Progress Tracking
- Task Scheduling
- Time & Expense Tracking
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Reviews of Freedcamp
Offers everything you need on one software
Freedcamp is a great software that meets all task and project management needs. Its convenient, customizable to fit my needs and user-friendly. I integrated my calendar and Google Drive with it and it has really helped me keep track of my deadlines and tasks and access my files a lot better. The interface is easy to navigate and not overwhelming like the apps I've used so that is a plus for me when it comes to being organised. I'm pleased with it.
Setting it up can be a bit challenging but otherwise I have no complaints about it.
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Comments: I think what impresses me about Freedcamp the most is the level of support. I asked about an automation feature I needed to maximize my workflow, and they rolled it out across the whole platform not long after! I have tons of experience with SaaS but this is next level.
I love how accessible the team here has made Freedcamp to just about anyone. At first this devalued the whole thing in my mind, until I started trying out the premium features. I love how responsive the team is, and how customizable the software is. Between the combination of these two things, you can achieve pretty much anything you can imagine as far as project management software goes. The enterprise features are super cool too. The custom domain is almost unheard of in this space, tie that in with the branding and wow my mind is blown.
The learning curve. There is SO many features that figuring out how to prioritize and train on the ones you want to use can be overwhelming. I think this is a good problem to have, but it must be taken into consideration especially with larger organizations
It was struggle, struggle and struggle again
Switching to another tool (basecamp) was something I lobbied and asked and could support myself through my organisation but the project coordinator who liked the tool was not in favour of any changes. The project is almost over, I will be happy to forget this nightmare.
Please do more usability testing and make software user friendly!
The only thing I liked it that the person who implemented it seemed to enjoy all the intricacies of the tool . I can imagine that computer science background was of help to this person. Otherwise, as a user I found this the worst software package I had to use in my entire professional life.
3 years of struggle with each functionality of the tool - discussion threads, status, notifications etc. make it impossible to name one thing. I wonder whether there was any form of usability testing with new users ? I doubt it. I conquered the tool each time I needed some response from colleagues badly however it was never easy and I gave up doing an additional e-mail round to be sure the message reached the addressee.
2 years ago
Hi! I'm sorry you had a bad experience. We rarely get complaints like these, but we will consider implementing more usability testing. I would also like to add that we have no record of you ever being in contact with our support team, so I think the 1/5 rating in that category is a bit unfair.
Great software for team management
Comments: Great experience. I use it for my team and is just the perfect mix between functionality and power and easiness of use.
I like that it works according your needs. If you need Gant Chart, or a Kanban workflow, or a table task view of your project you can easily do so. The team is really active and improving everytime to make better the software.
Some functionalities (like Wiki) could improve on the interface. Sometimes it has so much features that can be a little step learning curve.
Freedcamp is amazing and a life saver overall
Comments: It is an amazing amount of software for the free tier and I highly recommend it for those with large teams, and those with small minimal teams the premium version is well worth it.
Freedcamp is an amazing tool on the free version. For a company like mine, where I have a lot of different clients, and they have a lot of different marketers, designers, etc. that often need to be included on their tasks and conversations, it makes all the sense in the world for me to use this free tool... It organizes each client into its own project and we are able to create different types of task lists etc.
There are features in the pro/paid version that I would LOVE to have... The problem here is that if you have 30 - 50 clients, with 2 - 5 persons on each team, all with varying degrees of involvement on their website but all need to be kept in the loop on what tasks are open and what arent... It becomes impossible to upgrade, because I would have to upgrade for each user license... This kept me from an awesome appsumo deal that I really wanted to buy, but didnt make sense. My suggestion to them would be able to find a way to have just a few users, or even just one, that has the capabilities to upgrade the plan, and create subtasks, etc. while still keeping the same functionality for the free tier users. I NEED the clients to be able to create, edit, etc. their own tasks. I would literally lose functionality and the ability to use the platform for upgrading. My 2 cents.