Asana and Basecamp now offered in Spanish and French through Bridge24

By Bridge24 Team | September 30, 2016

hola-bonjour-helloIn addition to great features included with Bridge24, it also provides a way to work with Asana and Basecamp in another language other than English. Connect to these applications and view and interact with your information in an interface in your native French or Spanish. Features to edit tasks and to-dos, as well as produce reports and export to Excel are included.

Below is an Asana account connected to Bridge24. All menu items in the left panel, column headers, pop-up dialogue labels and notifications are provided in French and Spanish. Since much of the functionality to update tasks is possible within Bridge24, use this interface to work with your data from Asana or Basecamp. (Also supported for AceProject and Trello)

To select the language of the interface, click on your profile image on the top right of the application, and change the language setting. The following is Bridge24 connected with an Asana account with the French language setting:


Here is Bridge24 with

New in Basecamp 3: Profile Cards and the Latest API

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | September 19, 2016

logo-basecampBasecamp recently announced a feature that helps users express themselves more. The new Profile Cards allow people to express their status with a little personality. Busy people usually want to describe what they are currently working on. Sometimes, they want to announce to the rest of the team they are out of the office. The web-based PM tool now has a creative way in providing this information. Also, the latest API is now available for interested third-party integrators.

Unexpected Job Titles

The team at Basecamp noticed an interesting trend since last year. Apparently, the Job title field is being used in a more creative way. The field is supposed to contain information that describes a member’s official position or responsibility. For instance, a member’s Job title could be iOS Designer or Customer Support Manager. Instead, users put in more colorful descriptions such as Respectable Citizen or Quiet Optimist. Moreover, some are putting in what projects they are currently working on, out-of-office messages and even graphics.

Basecamp 3.1 App for iOS New Features

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | September 19, 2016

logo-basecampBasecamp project management software regularly updates their mobile apps so users can work wherever they want to go. Version 3.1 for iOS includes significant updates. Users with their iPhone and/or iPad are now readily notified and can work with greater ease with the following enhancements:

  • See what is coming up and due
  • Write comments with less distraction
  • Log in with 1Password
  • Open Google Docs in their own app
  • Easily find attachments.

Hence, managing projects, groups and client work with iOS devices has never been easier.

Basecamp 3 Today Widget

Basecamp 3 makes available for users the iOS Today widget for easier notification. They can add the widget to their Today screen. In effect, users are able to see upcoming events and to-dos that are due soon, even from the locked screen. No need to check the schedules every so often. Also, a few shortcuts from the most recent Ping and Campfire chats are visible in rows. Therefore, users can easily jump right into chats and to-dos right from the

Basecamp News: Master The Art Of Effective Delegation, Low Cost Way to Improve Your Business, and more

By Bridge24 Team | August 7, 2016

Basecamp Helps Master The Art Of Effective Delegation

Master The Art Of Effective DelegationHave the owner track the delegated task via Basecamp. Ensure you have a structure in place so communication is honest when a project/task needs to be rescheduled or deadline renegotiated. Most of my clients find dividing a complex project into a series of smaller projects increases visibility, and ensures that weekly deadlines keep momentum. Then, if a deadline needs to be moved the impact isn’t as severe, since the deliverable is much smaller. Set a standard for renegotiation when a deadline will be missed. Most of my clients have a 48-72 hour advance notice when it appears a deadline is in peril.

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Basecamp as a Low Cost Way to Improve Your Business

Low Cost Ways to Improve Your BusinessStartups are usually strapped for cash. But that shouldn’t stop you from building your dream as effectively as possible. So

Basecamp Software Review – Features and Pricing

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | June 22, 2016

Overview Presentation

logo-basecampBasecamp is a web-based tool to manage projects, groups and client work. Basecamp 3 is the latest version and included a new, redesigned and improved features that help users to stay on top of all their work. It aims to keep people on the same page, organize and disseminate information, discuss ideas and make official decisions while keeping things in the application still simple and straightforward. It is being used by over 100,000 companies across the globe, by freelancers, small shops, mid-sized companies and large multinational organizations, providing a private, secure space online where people can work together and get projects done. If you need a great extension to Basecamp, we recommend you use our own tool Bridge24 for Basecamp

Features, Benefits, Product Strengths

  • Transparent Communication, Real-time MessagingBasecamp has a unique mix of six tools that help users organize and discuss everything they need to get work done. The Message Board allows users to post important topics such as announcements, proposals, or ideas

Basecamp News: Defining a Movement, Tools for Delegating, and Content Marketing Tips

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | June 20, 2016

Basecamp In Tne NewsBasecamp is a pioneer in the cloud-based project management software market. With a unique work philosophy and an effective PM solution, this news article shares the narrative of how Basecamp defined a movement and stayed at the top over all these years. Also in this collection, project managers and leaders in charge of managing teams and groups are advised to work smarter, not harder with tools to help you delegate. Last in the list is an article that provides 6 outsourcing tips to add nuclear power to your content marketing, a complex activity that when done right, could lead to great rewards.

How Basecamp Defined a Movement – and Stayed at the Top

At the start of this PCMag article, Lean Startup contributing writer Rachel Balik takes readers back at the time when Basecamp started in 2004. Some of the company philosophy and work ideas of Jason Fried, CEO and founder of Basecamp, were shared and discussed, which Fried believes is the reason why the

Basecamp News: How to Use Basecamp to Manage Website Design Projects and Everything Else

By Tracey-Lee Batsford | June 6, 2016

Basecamp In Tne News

With thousands of users worldwide, Basecamp is one of the most popular web-based project management solutions on the market. It is widely used in many industries and for a variety of different types of projects. If you work in an agency that develops websites or creates website designs, Basecamp can be a powerful tool to manage your projects. Let’s take a look at how Spinweb, a website development agency, VIEO Design, a website design company and Hines Digital/BEAG Co., use Basecamp to get their projects delivered on time—without a hitch!

How to Use Basecamp to Manage Your Website Projects

Spinweb has been using Basecamp for a number of years for its project management needs thanks to a variety of its features, including: user-friendly interface, features to interact with both colleagues and clients, calendar syncing with Google calendar, file management, task lists and powerful search capabilities.

Starting a website project in Basecamp is easy. You can either build one yourself or use one of

How does the new Basecamp compare to Asana? Read our Software Comparision

By Pankaj Mondal | March 11, 2016

Basecamp vs AsanaA bevy of project management and collaboration tools which have sprung up in the last few years have made it possible for managers to get their work more organized coupled with greater collaboration abilities. Today we will take a close look at the top two tools used by businesses of all sizes worldwide-Basecamp and Asana- and make an unbiased comparison between the two.


Trusted by millions worldwide, Basecamp is a secure, private space online where people collaborating on a task can organize and deliberate on everything they need to get the project completed. It was initially launched by 37 Signals, a private web application firm, on February 5, 2004 followed by a new version, which was rolled out in 2015. They have more than 8,000,000 paid customers, with a staggering eight million running projects at the moment. Approximately 97% of their customers state that they would earnestly recommend the software to their friends and colleagues.

Even though the Chicago-based company boasts of a massive fan base

Basecamp 3 – New User Guide

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | March 3, 2016

udemy-logo-300x102Course Description

Basecamp 3 New User Guide is an online, on-demand course from Udemy to get people learn the latest version of this productivity tool as quickly as possible. It is ideal for those who need to learn how to use the application because of their new job or responsibility, because of a desire to get client projects more organized, or because of a need for better collaboration within the team or company. With a total of less than an hour of lecture, course enrollees will learn how to register and set up their accounts and profiles, navigate the application, and be introduced to its main tools.

Course participants will be guided step-by-step in how to sign up, manage notifications, create and assign tasks, and learn about the different communication channels available in the application. The course includes lifetime access to the lectures, is accessible also with iOS and Android devices, and with a Certificate of Completion given at the end of the course.

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Rework – A Book Review

By Pankaj Mondal | March 2, 2016

ReworkRework is a book that rocks the business world. It has a unique approach and does not corroborate the same old traditional advice found in a majority of business books. It tosses out old business rules that are considered obsolete and mainly focuses on internet-based businesses; however, most of their new rules will function smoothly in other industries too.

Experience matters a lot and the founders of Basecamp, who are also the authors of Rework, have gained tremendous experience in the real world to offer readers pragmatic tips and suggestions. Having been in the business for over a decade, the entrepreneurs have gathered the best concepts that have made the book a role model for many. Rework redefines business rules to fit the realities of progress and achievements in the 21st century.

Book Details

The book is available in the following versions-Kindle, Hardcover, Paperback and Audible which is free. It was published by Crown Business on March 9, 2010 and is written in English. The Hardcover