TaskHub was inspired by the frustration of having to use multiple project management tools and platforms, and the resulting lack of organization and productivity. The goal was to create a tool that would streamline workflow and make it easier to manage tasks across different projects and platforms.

What it does

TaskHub is a project management tool that connects all your project environments, including Jira, Asana, Trello, and Azure DevOps, into one centralized board. It allows users to manage and monitor all their tasks in a single interface, track progress and update status across all projects, collaborate seamlessly with team members across different platforms, and get a holistic view of their workload.

How we built it

Challenges we ran into

One of the biggest challenges we faced was integrating the various APIs from the different project management platforms, as each had its own unique requirements and restrictions. We also had to ensure that the user interface was intuitive and easy to use, despite the complexity of the backend.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

We are proud to have created a tool that has the potential to greatly increase productivity and efficiency for individuals and teams managing multiple projects. We are also proud of the seamless integration of the various APIs and the user-friendly interface.

What we learned

We learned a lot VELO editor and about the intricacies of integrating APIs from different platforms and the importance of user experience in project management tools. We also gained valuable experience working on a complex and multifaceted project.

What's next for TaskHub

In the future, we plan to expand TaskHub's capabilities by adding more integrations with popular project management platforms and incorporating AI and machine learning features to help automate and optimize workflow. We also hope to gather feedback from users and continue to improve and refine the tool.

So what is to come?

  1. Refine UX. Fetching external environment data only by providing e-mail and password associated to particular account. It’s doable by permission request,
  2. Refine UI. Table can be done better,
  3. Add tooltips over particular cells to quickly show the content,
  4. Multiple connected emails management.
  5. Get a few rounds of tests with potential users. It will help locate major (and minor) flaws.
  6. Add possibility of connecting with more environments (Azure DevOps is on the run, next will be Asana and
  7. Make items editable from within TaskHub.
  8. Validations and notifications.
  9. Mobile view
  10. Error handling.

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