Teamly, an interesting collaborative task/priority management app Thursday reviewed previously, has announced it has moved out of beta and also introduced a new paid plan.
Teamly takes a different approach to most collaboration apps. Rather than assigning tasks to the people on your team who will get them done, Teamly encourages your team to look for the priorities in a project and exercise a little autonomy. It focuses on creating very short priority lists — consisting of just five things — and allows for the setting of daily, weekly and monthly priorities. It also allows managers and team members to review those priorities and provides real-time feedback for managers.
Two new multi-user plans are available. Teamly Professional costs $8 per user per month, and includes access to everything, including phone support. Teamly Starter is free and includes access to most functionality, but is ad-supported and doesn’t have access to some of the more advanced features, like data export and SSL encryption. Current Teamly beta users will be transitioned onto a trial version of the Teamly Professional plan that will last until May 9.