MetaLab, an interface design company that also produces a few products, has just unveiled a major new redesign of its collaboration app, Flow.
Popular to-do list application Any.Do has raised $3.5 million in new funding to continue helping people get things done no matter the device.
Asana has been laser-focused on improving task workflow for large teams over the past few years, but so far you could only access it on your computer or iPhone.
Siasto, the tiny startup that competes with Huddle, Podio, Asana, and Microsoft Sharepoint, is making a name for itself as the disruptive newcomer on the scene.
Software-as-a-service company Jobber has raised a seed funding round.
Clio, a cloud-based project management service for individual lawyers and small law practices, announced Monday it has raised $6 million in its second round of funding. Acton Capital Partners and Point Nine Capital led the series B round.
Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein, two former Facebook engineers, have launched Asana, a tool for helping people work together on projects and get things done.
Astrid, an Android app that aims to reshape task management, announced today that it has received seed funding from Google Ventures and Nexus Partners.
Today’s funding announcements include online networks for shopping and task management:
Raise your hand if you could stand to be better about task tracking. Keep your hand raised if you rely on email entirely to manage your tasks. IssueBurner, a service developed by the data-management company Webyog, aims to bridge that divide by letting you use emails to easily track tasks, issues, and anything else you need to follow-up.
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