Pyrus is #18 in Top 18 Productivity tools

Last updated: January 18, 2013
This is a web service to help you manage projects. Here you can assign tasks to yourself and your colleagues, monitor their progress and control workflow. Papirus combines organizing issues and communicating on them. Papirus replaces email by allowing you to organize tasks, track their progress and communicate in the same software.

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#18 in Top 18 Productivity tools


The best alternatives to Pyrus are: Asana, Trello

Latest news about Pyrus

2013. launched to bring GMail-style task management

If you like GMail - you definitely need to look at the new online task management service We always wanted Google to add something similar to Google Apps. It's realy easy and suitable tool, which can be effectively used to organize collaboration process in your company. First of all, works not only in browser, but also on all popular mobile devices: iPhone / iPad, Android, Windows Phone. This is critical, because you not always near computer when working on tasks. Secondly, Papirus is really collaborative - it allows to assign tasks to each other, monitor their status and discuss tasks in comments, and even create business processes (e.g. document approval). Moreover, you can collaborate not only with your co-workers, but also invite external users. You can attach files to task, set reminder, priority, owner and project (projects work like tags). Like messages in GMail, tasks in Papirus are sorted in categories (Inbox, Today, Planned ...). It saves your attention and prevents of falling into a depression due to seeing a list of 100500 tasks. The app provides a close integration with email. This includes sending reminders, alerts, and the ability to create tasks by sending message to address In addition to tasks Papirus contains file library (with version control), contacts, announcements and forms. Add to this Active Directory integration, API, authorization via Google Apps and you'll get an effective system that can be recommended to any serious company. started in 2010. The developers say that it already has 14000 users including several large enterprises. The service cost $5/month per user. There is also a free version for 25 users.