I'm not actually certain that what I'm looking for is called project management software. I want something very simple. Suppose three people are working on a project together. The software should give them a place in the cloud to share files; and the collaborators should send messages to the other group members, which can all be viewed in the cloud, in a place associated with that particular project. (Since I might have other projects going with other people.) I should be able to choose a setting that sends me an email when someone uploads a file or writes me a message. The email should contain the content of the message, and the uploaded file should be attached to the email. The advantage of this method over plain old email, and attachments, and a shared dropbox folder, is that if I want to look for an old message, I don't have to sort through all my email -- I can just go to that project online, and see ALL the messages that have been exchanged as part of that project.

It would be a plus if the uploaded files could have tags.


Look at Alfresco document management system or Nuxeo.
You can use alfresco share for collaborative project management or adapt another UI application (I'm biased here) like OpenESDH, both of which require the alfresco repository to work.


The first option that comes to my mind is Trello. It has a Kanban methodology. Imagine a board where you can move any step, or post it from a "to do" column or to a review one.


There is a free version, but in order to share files, you need to pay some fee.

Another option is:


You can look for alternatives like them.

You still can save space on your projects, for example, posting a link to a OneDrive hosted file or another cloud-based Drive instead of using this site's space.

  • Thumbs up for freedcamp.com In your case I think is the best solution. – Josem Nov 6 '17 at 21:36

1.Smartsheet- Smartsheet is the best in cloud based support tech that track and manage projects. 2.Freshdesk- project management software which is also cloud based

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