Using PBwiki to manage your projects

15 Apr

We just finished up another great webinar today, focused on using PBwiki for project management.  We spent an hour going over how you can use PBwiki templates and folders to build your own project management system, and answered a whole bunch of questions from users.

To watch this and other recorded webinars, or to sign up for future webinars, be sure to visit our webinars page.

4 Responses to “Using PBwiki to manage your projects”

  1. Abukar Taakow Hassan April 17, 2008 at 12:38 am #

    I am testing my abbilty for uploading –projects to the aggrisatellite and for your information i have been trying for the last whole month on sending Projects now if i can succeed or not kindly inform me.

  2. Jon April 17, 2008 at 11:19 am #

    I think Downriver was an exciting and adventurous book.

  3. JAY April 20, 2008 at 4:19 pm #

    This is all great stuff. I’d love to get an update on two things that I can’t find on this blog.

    (1) do you enable MS-Word — Save-To PBWiki? I recall seeing htis on this blog somewhere, but now I can’t find it.

    (2) any sense of plan for a plan to let more of us migrate our PBWiki 1.0 to PBwiki2.0?

    Thanks and all my best.


  4. Ramit Sethi April 25, 2008 at 1:57 pm #

    Jay, we released Word-to-PBwiki saving a while ago as an alpha test, and we’ve since pulled it to do some more work on it. And we’ll be slowly letting users update their 1.0 wikis to 2.0 over the next few months. We have to make sure we get all the details right, and we’re close, so look for more announcements soon.

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