Top 10 Microsoft Teams Management Tools

Top 10 Microsoft Teams Management Tools

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The following list of Microsoft Teams Management Tools is informed by our personal experience as a running start up. It is also influenced by Capterra reviews. We review Capterra frequently for new ideas for project management or team collaboration tools.

 

Vacation Tracker

Vacation Tracker is newly available for Microsoft Teams. It’s a great team management tool because it keeps track of any type of leave. Any user can manage and view leave from either the Microsoft Teams hub or the Vacation Tracker app.The newly revamped web dashboard makes it a crisp, summer breeze to request and approve leaves, manage settings, create and edit leave policies, assign leave management roles within the platform, set up holiday schedules and personalized workweek calendars, monitor past employee leaves, and set notifications, among other new key features. Vacation Tracker lets you create up to 25 specific leave types such as vacation (naturally!), paid time off (PTO), half-days, or work from home, along with different leave policies tied to specific locations.

 

Sprout Social

Sprout Social offers great social collaboration solutions for many leading agencies and brands including Hyatt, Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Evernote and Microsoft. Moreover, Sprout enables brands to simplify social management, reporting, publishing, customer service, engagement and much more. Intrigued? Try Sprout offers a free 30 day trial.

 

Wrike

Bring your project collaboration to a new level without spreadsheets, emails or the hassle of chasing down status updates. With Wrike, your team can log their work, discuss tasks, share files, track time, and get real-time updates on work progress all in one app. All work collaboration happens in a single system. Therefore, your team will save hours on status meetings and updates and cut internal email by an average of 55%. Perfect for Marketing, Creative, Operations, IT, Project, and Product teams of 20+ people.

 

Asana

Asana is a collaboration tool that helps teams organize their work, from daily tasks to strategic initiatives. With Asana, you can connect all your work in one place and bring teams together, anywhere. From lists to boards, to calendars and gantt charts, Asana gives teams the opportunity to organize work their way. Join more than 75,000 paying organizations and millions of teams across 190 countries who use Asana to get more done. Get started in minutes to try Asana. But make sure that the price tag is something you’re comfortable with, before you get addicted to the product!

 

Nrby

Nrby is the smarter way for mobile teams to communicate. Indeed, Nrby is a platform with over 150+ communication workflows that solve operational problems. They can also help to identify sales and marketing opportunities, and to drive customer satisfaction. Hundreds of mobile teams are embracing Nrby’s communication platform to drive surprising business outcomes. Definitely a Microsoft Team management tool to try out!

 

Front

Front is a trusted collaboration software for productive teams that brings all of your email, calendar, CRM, task management, customer communication channels, and apps into a single collaborative platform. Manage support@ and sales@ email addresses, Facebook, Twitter, chat, and SMS, with more transparency and accountability. Delegate, assign, and share messages with teammates, and collaborate using internal comments and drafts before responding to customer conversations. Front also offers a free trial. What are you waiting for?

 

Slack

Possibly the most reviewed app on all of Capterra. Slack is where collaboration happens. When your team needs to kick off a project, hire a new employee, deploy some code, review a sales contract, finalize next year’s budget, measure an A/B test or just send some funny GIFs in between calls, Slack has you covered. Slack is the ultimate start up friendly tool.

Now wait, what is Slack doing on this list, isn’t this supposed to be a list of apps for Microsoft Teams users. Well, guess what? Just because a team is collaborating on teams, doesn’t mean they need to forget about Slack all together! So many team are transitioning between apps. In fact, some might be using both in parallel for a long time. Let’s embrace different and the organized chaos of our workplace! After all, Microsoft Teams vs. Slack isn’t a direct competition.

 

Confluence

Confluence is a team workspace where knowledge and collaboration meet. It’s a central source of truth for fast-moving companies. Confluence keeps everyone organized and aligned with everything from meeting notes to strategy docs and IT documentation so they can make better decisions faster and be more responsive to change. Confluence integrates seamlessly with the Atlassian suite of products like Jira Software and Trello, and allows for endless customization with apps from our Marketplace. 

 

Noodle

Your Search is Over! Noodle is the All-In-One, Collaboration tool for your Enterprise. Noodle provides a wide array of functionality. Local or Cloud Deployment, Role Based Permissions, 14 Integrated Applications, Forms & Workflows all with with Single-Sign-On user management. Also, you work with a support team that has been helping companies collaborate for over a decade, Its time to use your Noodle! Visit their website for a free Demo.

 

monday.com

monday.com, a flexible remote collaboration software, fosters effective teamwork, improves communication, and boosts productivity in one central hub. Get started with one of our ready-made templates to get your team onboarded quickly. Share files, feedback, and ideas, @mention teammates, assign owners, give real-time progress updates, see who’s doing what and when. Join more than 100,000 teams collaborating on monday.com!