Google Groups is a service from Google that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests. Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people—such as project teams, departments, or classmates—to communicate and collaborate.
Basecamp Classic is a popular project management application. The classic version of Basecamp let's you keep track of multiple projects, milestones, todo items and more. An easy way to consolidate your work and keep your inbox clean.Basecamp Classic Integrations
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Triggers whenever a new member is added in google groups.
Triggers when a new message is added to a project.
Triggers when a new milestone is added to a project
Triggers when a new person is added to an account.
Triggers when a new project is added to an account.
Triggers when a new todo item is added to a todo list.
Triggers when a new todo list is added to a project.
Adds a new email alias for a group.
Adds a new member to a group.
Creates or updates a group
Delete a member from a group.
Creates a new message.
Creates a new milestone.
Be Careful! Easy to go over your plan limit.
Creates a new todo item.
Creates a new todo list.
Google Groups is an online service offered by Google. It provides a message boards and email lists for communities of people with common interests to discuss.Google Groups offers a wide range of places which users can choose from, such as the fplowing:List - A single thread of messages on a specific topicNewsgroup - Private or public bulletin board covering a wide variety of topicsWeb Forum - A threaded discussion in which each posting can be replied to in turnMessage Board - Separate threads on different topicsThe main feature of Google Groups is that any registered user has access to all its features. This gives the user the ability to personalize his/her preferences for viewing or participating in messages and groups.Google Groups is also integrated into other Google services to provide users with more options for sharing information. For example, users can connect their blog to their Google Group to automatically send new blog posts to the group. Another example is that users can share photos in their Google Group by connecting it to Picasa Web Albums.Another feature in Google Groups is the ability to connect to the groups from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Users can browse existing groups and create new groups through their mobile device. The interface for Google Groups for mobile devices is similar to that of web version of Google Groups, but there are some changes. For example, users cannot directly post messages using their mobile device; they must first enter the site and then post messages.
Basecamp is an online project management top used by individuals and companies to manage projects, track tasks, and communicate with team members.Basecamp Classic (a.k.a. Basecamp 2. offers the fplowing features:Projects - A cplaborative space for project teams to get together and work on projectsTasks - A list of tasks associated with a project along with different statuses and prioritiesSignup - An area for new project team members to sign up with their email address for notifications about the group's progressMessages - An area where project team members can send messages back and forthUploads - An area where team members can upload files related to the projectCalendar - A calendar where team members can add events for upcoming deadlines and milestonesAs a web-based application, Basecamp Classic allows remote access from anywhere in the world via a web browser. Users can read messages posted on the site using a web browser. Also, users can update multiple projects at once by opening more than one project tab at the same time on the web browser. Each tab will show a progress bar at the top showing how much work has been completed so far compared to the total work required for completion. Each project tab also shows which team member is currently working on that project and what status they have assigned for their task(s. By clicking on the task, the user can see more details about it such as who created it and when it was created, who assigned it, and when it was assigned, its priority, due date, and comments left by other team members (if any. In addition, there is a chart on each task tab which shows a visual way of viewing the progress of that task. The chart displays what percentage of the task has been completed (or not), what percentage of time each team member has spent on it, and whether the team member is still working on it. As shown below in the figure, this chart is updated as new information comes in. The chart displays percentages based on the total work required for completion rather than on time spent so that if two team members work on a task at different speeds, they will both be accounted for correctly in the charts.
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