A Calendar Made For Teams, Sunsama
Sunsama is a platform for teams that integrates calendar, meetings, and tasks. It’s like a combination between Asana and Google Calendar with a very clean and intuitive interface.
Sunsama uses the Kanban method, as in Asana. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a way to organize tasks into cards within columns according to your state to learn to prioritize what matters most.
Prioritize your tasks day by day
In Sunsama you have a “Daily Kanban”, that is, the app organizes all your tasks in cards inside columns, and each column represents a day synchronized with your calendar. Although you can use Sunsama in a particular way, it is also designed for teams and managing projects with multiple participants.
You can choose between viewing the calendar or only of the tasks, or both. You also have a button that shows you the record of all recent tasks. They also have an integrated search engine.
In the app, each card can have notes, comments, lists, deadlines, and you can assign people to certain tasks.
You can use Sunsama with all its functions totally free without limit of users on the computer, the only condition of the free mode is that once your team has documented 100 tasks or meetings, you won’t be able to view your archive of past tasks or meeting notes. If you are going to use it personally it is more than enough, if you have a small team and you are going to manage a single project or several that are not very complex, the free version should work nicely. For very large teams that need more activities per day, there are different price levels $8.00 and $15.00. The difference in the two is the $15.00 plan is for larger teams and teams using Outlook.
You can register using your Google account and immediately and you can synchronize your Google calendars with the Sunsama calendar. You can also set reminders via email or Slack, sending an update of your events every morning.
Sunsama integrates with Slack, Asana, Trello, GitHub, and of course, Google Calendar. So you can import data from those services and synchronize them. The only issue that I see at the moment is that it doesn’t have mobile applications as of yet.
Recommendation Sunsama is perfect for teams as long as they aren’t away from their computers, at least for now. Hopefully, in the near future, they will have mobile apps.
Until Next Time,
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This post was written by Karen