http://www.trackitforward.com/site/pmi-portland
www.dropbox.com/home/PMI%20Portland%20Chapter
pmi-portland.slack.com/messages
www.trello.com
hangouts.google.com
asana.com

This page is being set up as an example of what could be done with a Google Wiki. The target audience being our volunteers. The goal being standardizing on the tools we all use as volunteers for PMI Portland Chapter.

http://www.trackitforward.com/site/pmi-portland
TrackItForward is now used to track volunteer hours.
With TrackItForward comes a location for the volunteer to update their own contact information rather than relying on an old out of date Google Form/Sheet. Click on:  TrackItForward/pmi-portland


www.dropbox.com/home/PMI%20Portland%20Chapter
If you use Dropbox, be aware that it is not your typical "file share". It is a way to keep folders insync across devices and users. This means that if you don't have the space on your account to sync up with a account that has more space in use than you have free, it will not work for you. Also be sure to use a role based account (___@pmi-portland.org) and not someone's personal Dropbox that may disappear.  



https://pmi-portland.slack.com/messages
Many volunteers of of the chapter are using "Slack" this is a collaboration tool Much like a chat, but focused more on team work. There are interfaces to other tools, like Tello, Asana, Google Hangouts, Dropbox and more. Their are "channels" which are basically focused conversations. These channels can also be used to get updates for the other interfaced tools in one location, so for example you can see who changed what on that Dropbox file several of you are using.


https://trello.com/
Like Slack, many of the chapter volunteers are using Trello. Trello is a Kanban style board that allows teams to move "cards" between lists and bulletin boards. Unlike the butcher paper and post-it method used on meeting room walls, you can attach most any kind of electronic median to the card.
Click on: trello.com


https://asana.com/
Another project management tool being used is Asana.
Click on: asana.com


https://hangouts.google.com
Google Hangouts is used by many volunteers in their personal lives and now as a conference calling and team meeting tool. Currently you can only have 10 people on a video conference call, but once we go live on Google Apps that number goes up to 15 people on a video conference.

Google Group














Subpages (1): Dashboard