What is Leantime?
It is a project management system for small teams and startups. Designed to help you manage your projects from ideation to delivery.
Leantime is a tool in the Project Management category of a tech stack.
Leantime is an open source tool with 805 GitHub stars and 181 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Leantime's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Leantime?
- Idea boards
- Research boards using the Lean Canvas
- Task management using Kanban boards, list and calendar views
- Milestone management using Gantt charts
- Timesheet management
- Project dashboards
- Multiple user roles (client, developer, manager, admin)
- Integrations with Mattermost & Slack
- File storage with AWS S3 or local file system
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