Windows 8, 10 Basecamp App Welcomes a Huge Update
There are many productivity apps in the Windows Store for those running Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, and one of them is Basecamp. With the latest features that it has received, it’s now better than ever, so go ahead and read more or download it.
Cloud storage apps for Windows 8 are essential when you are working inside a team, or managing one. But so are other productivity apps, such as Trello or the recently released ChatApp. Now a new one that we’re talking about is Basecamp for Windows 8, which has millions of users across the entire world. Now, of the best project management tools for Windows 8 users has received what we call a “huge update”, so you definitely need to check out the app if you haven’t done it so far.
The single downside is perhaps represented by its $4.99 price for some, but there’s a free trial available, so you can try it out and if you’re not pleased, you don’t have to buy the app. Now, let’s talk about the latest update and the new features. Besides fixing the traditional bugs, Basecamp for Windows now lets you write detail of a document, upload, calendar event and more. Also, you can finally assign people to a project and synchronizing via background tasks has been enabled.
The ever so popular online project management tool, Basecamp Next, now available on Windows 8! In this version, you can already get a flavor of a fully functional Basecamp Next client. This app is equipped with a Launchpad collecting all of your accounts and projects, fully functional to do lists and items, discussions and reading of documents.
If you choose to pin to the Start Screen the Basecamp app, then the tile will now show the last to do’s, upload and documents that have been modified. Also, whenever someone adds a to do, upload, or a document to a project, you will be notified of his action. So, if you have been waiting for these features for a while, waste no more time and snag the updated version from below.
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