Nonprofit team organizes projects designed to inspire creativity in kids with Redbooth
Please describe the problem or business challenge your company was trying to solve with Redbooth.
We have a lot going on in our building at any given time, and it can be hard to keep track of all the details of things that need to happen. Redbooth was chosen by our Executive Director as an option to help us organize and time out tasks, and it has caught on like wildfire through our staff. We love being able to preschedule tasks and assign them to people so we know that they won’t be forgotten for event days or when we have other special things happening.
Tell us about your search for a solution.
Our Executive Director looked through several different options, but Redbooth seemed the most robust with its ability to assign tasks, report on people’s to-do lists, create workspaces and task lists, and send emails and reminders.
How did you make the decision to choose Redbooth?
We have really been loving Redbooth so far, and have mapped out our whole year in the first quarter so we know we won’t miss those big things that tend to get put off too long otherwise. We’ve had lots of new staff recently as well so it’s helped with continuity in tasks and making sure we don’t lose sight of projects.
What specific results and benefits were you able to achieve with Redbooth?
Redbooth has helped us tremendously to organize our tasks and be more productive as a staff. Now we wonder if it’s not on Redbooth, will we even get it done? Many of us have the app on our phones so we can add tasks during meetings and then nothing gets lost from the conference room to the office.
Do you have anything else to add?
I personally love the feeling of checking off a task and seeing it disappear, and my staff has really found it helpful in coordinating multiple people on projects by assigning their tasks.