Our team is looking at moving our projects from Todoist to the new Basecamp, though after noticing some other teams who have continued using the original Basecamp, I was wondering if there is any reason to stick with the old version. Are there missing features in the new version, or does your team prefer the older design?
Basecamp 3 has a lot more going for it than Classic, but there is a key feature missing that may prevent some teams from migrating - recurring To-dos.
Every time BC release a new feature, the comments section is full of requests for this. They released recurring events earlier this year, and everyone got excited... but no response yet.
I use Pleexy to fill this gap. It syncs my BC To-dos with personal tasks in Wunderlist (also works with Todoist). Not ideal for teams though.
I know this is about Basecamp, but we recently switched from Basecamp to Monday.com and the whole team things it's much better.
I wrote at length about Basecamp here recently. They just haven't kept up with the times. The whole product needs a massive update. It feels outdated, underfunded, and stale compared to the UI we expect from modern tools:
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