Tagged Posts: Features

Doolphylights (III): Profitability Through Financial Reports

Project profitability is a very serious matter that worries us all. We have talked about it before in some posts like, for example, “Increase the profitability of your projects in 6 Steps” or “How To measure the project return“.

Every project needs a research about its viability and profitability and Doolphy won’t forget it, and that’s why it provides financial reports to you.

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Now Doolphy Is Integrated With Zyncro

Doolphy & Zyncro

Great news! Today we are happy to announce that Doolphy, your project management software, can be integrated with Zyncro, the enterprise social network. The resulting solution is a social intranet that unifies projects, documents and communication.

Zyncro provides many collaboration features:

  • Corporative microblogging
  • File sharing
  • Your own business profile
  • Team groups
  • Organized work environment
  • Integration with other Internet applications (called ZyncroApps) among which you can find Doolphy now :)

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Doolphy Gets Social: New Features

Hi!

A new year is started and, as it is tradition around these dates, Doolphy brings a bunch of new features such as Comments on tasks, Activity notifications, Recent history. This time they will make Doolphy more social and will make you more aware of the activity of the rest of the members of your team.

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Make Your Wish List for 2012

Hello everyone!

Once most of us have looked back to 2011, it’s the moment to set our goals for 2012. I’m sure that you have a lot of illusions and wishes about being successful in different areas of your life.

In Doolphy we have started with a lot of energy the current year and we would like to know your wish list for Doolphy in 2012. We want to make true as many of these wishes as possible. In our Facebook page, we’re asking what do you want Doolphy to bring you this year. There are some Doolphy fans that have already sent their suggestions and we’d like to encourage you to add as many ideas as you may have in mind.

As you can see, we have used this first post of the year to ask you about  your opinion. This is just an advance of what Doolphy wants to continue being during 2012: a project management tool that improves according to your experiences and to the ideas that you share with us every day.

Don’t let this opportunity of dreaming pass you by! Nobody knows when dreams can come true ;)

Happy 2012!

 

Up With Your Projects!

What happened in Doolphy in 2011?

2011 is approaching to its end and everyone is closing a cycle of very hard work. The improvements in Doolphy have been very important and we would like to look through all the innovations that we’ve added to it in the course of this very productive year.

We started 2011 with 2 major releases, a new user interface and a Timesheet. They both provide an easier use of the tool. We also decided to release a new Report section, which is particularly useful for analyzing the activity that your team generates in Doolphy as a whole. We too revamped the section on roles and permissions to satisfy your needs regarding the access of information.

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Doolphylights (I): How to Create a Project in Doolphy, Choose Your Way

Hello everyone!

This week, because of the great amount of recent releases that we have been communicating, we want to put some order and begin a series of posts aimed at improving your experience with Doolphy and how to get more out of it.

This first article is going to be based on project creation, the fundamental first step in being able to optimally manage all the planning, execution and analysis of your work.

Doolphy knows that not all projects are alike and each one has some special requirements in order to be started. Thus, you have 3 different options to create your projects.

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New in Doolphy: Task dependencies!

Once again, it is release week at Doolphy. After the improvements in the configuration section and the possibility of creating project templates, this week is the turn of task dependencies.

How do Task Dependencies work in Doolphy?

Setting dependency relationships between 2 or more tasks means linking tasks to each other according to the start or end date. In Doolphy dependencies are created “End to Start”. Between task A and B, an end-to-start dependency implies that task B cannot start until task A is completed. Being able to create this kind of relationships is very important in some projects where it is essential to complete a task in order to start the next one.

Task Dependencies

Task Dependencies - Doolphy

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