DoneDone offers users another way to complete tasks and work smarter. The system allows the user to cut through clutter to see exactly which issues are waiting for there attention. This is often one of the most important questions asked each day. DoneDone lets the user get right to work on what needs their skills the most. DoneDone is intuitive and helps the user along as they complete various steps in each issue. The user may be asked to re-assign an incomplete issue or change the status. The DoneDone system is easy to use so that anyone can use it, even non-technical individuals. Users can change priority levels as well so the most demanding tasks are taken care of first.Show more screenshots »
DoneDone was created in 2010 by We Are Mammoth. The company has worked with many well known clients, including Edelman, the Second City and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Along with DoneDone, We Are Mammoth has also created TryThis, a repository for solutions to very common web problems and X2O which can generate code without server side development.
DoneDone can streamline the task of staying organized and following issues on a daily basis. What makes DoneDone so unique is its intuitive nature. The system makes things even easier by helping the user along as they complete tasks or add updates. When the user has completed an action, DoneDone may suggest a follow up such as changing the item’s status or assigning it to another team member. DoneDone is sophisticated enough to do some of the thinking so the user can put more brain power to solving issues effectively.
DoneDone is a great tool to use in a professional environment. It is designed to be attractive yet formal. It’s far from bland, using color coding to note priority of items. Well organized charts and chat bubbles help users see what is going on and what tasks are waiting for them. Everything is logically placed with a hint of unique style that goes far in enhancing the overall appeal of DoneDone.
Visitors can begin the registration process by clicking on the green “Sign up now!” button found along the right hand side of the DoneDone homepage. The registration form requires a first and last name, company name, valid email address, desired account URL, username and password. The user must also enter billing information during the initial account set up.
DoneDone provides users with a unique pay as you go billing system. It is a subscription service, but done in a personalized way. The baseline account costs about $15 per month. This includes up to three projects and 2 GBs of file storage space. Every additional project costs another $2 per month. The fee cap is about $99 per month. DoneDone goes a step further by prorating the current month for the user. Based on when the user creates their account, they will only pay for the time remaining in the month.
DoneDone has a lot of potential to help users improve the way they handle issues and get work done. Professionals in the technology industry can use DoneDone to organize internal and customer issues so they are given attention in the right order. The application allows users to easily prioritize each new issue. DoneDone is also very affordable and adjusts its fee based on the user’s needs. As the user’s business grows, they can gradually add more projects to DoneDone and only pay for what they need.