Why do we love Basecamp?
Welcome to our project management tool: designed for a seamless and user-friendly experience. This portal contains a record of all correspondence and files related to your project.
Why do we love Basecamp?
- Project management is all about communication. Projects are more efficient when people can discuss issues openly and communicate clearly. Basecamp makes this easy.
- No more messy email threads. That’s right. You won’t have to spend countless hours trying to find emails or files in your inbox. Simply log into your Basecamp account to review the status of your project, next steps, communication, correspondence and files. Instead of scattering emails all over the place, Basecamp focuses on keeping all communication in one centralized location.
- It’s easy to respond to messages. Basecamp encourages team and client discussion. You can easily add your two cents to any message.
- Since all messages are stored in Basecamp, everyone involved in the project knows where to go for the latest information.
- Notifications of messages are directly sent to your email inbox, so you are alerted of new comments and posts.
- You can reply to a notification directly through your email inbox (unless you are posting a file). Therefore, you won’t have to log into Basecamp every time you want to respond to an update.
- It’s easy to share files, documents, images and designs with your team and GDS. You can log into your Basecamp account to do so.
- Basecamp generates automatic image previews. When someone uploads an image, Basecamp will automatically generate a preview so you can see what the image looks like, without having to download it first. This saves time and file space.
- Basecamp keeps track of every version of every file. When you upload a new version of a file, Basecamp retains a copy of the old version for safekeeping. This makes it easy to view document changes.
- You can quickly search for files via the “Files” tab in the navigation. This is a quick and easy way to locate specific documents.
Follow these simple practices, and you’re sure to love Basecamp as much as we do.
- Do you want to start a new project or a new discussion point? Click on “New message” and subscribe the appropriate individuals to receive email notifications.
- If you have more than five files to upload to Basecamp, save some time and create a zip file. To create a zip file, place all photos into a folder and compress the folder.