You can also see all the tasks you're responsible for—across all of the projects you're assigned to—in your personal dashboard.
If your projects start life in brainstorming sessions with mind maps, you'll have another reason to try Meister Task: its Mind Meister integration.
If it's not important to you that your project management app is accessible online, you may also want to consider Projectlibre and Gantt Project in addition to the apps listed below.
Both of these tools are powerful desktop-only apps that are designed to be alternatives to Microsoft Project.
You can plan your project in a mind map, then drag it into Meister Task to turn each idea into a task.
It's one of the quickest ways to turn your team's ideas into an actionable plan for execution.
For more features, Trello's Power-Up options (in the web app's menu) let you view tasks on a calendar, add voting options on tasks, fade away old tasks automatically, and much more.
And you can make Trello boards for everything—personal and work tasks alike—to get your work done in a way that fits your needs best.
Trello is a simple way to start organizing your projects in kanban boards.
And with a free plan that allows for unlimited boards and users, it's a tool that anyone can use.