Master the Basecamp basics
No dry, laborious manuals here. These short videos will have you running a better business in no time.
Basecamp gives you a place to share things company-wide, within a team, or for a specific project.
Each project has a set of tools that lets you put everything in one place: messages, tasks, files, schedules and more.
Reference: Working in projects.
Get back to past decisions and easily handle multiple issues at the same time. Examples of using the Message Board and To-Do comments to discuss work instead of chats, emails and meetings.
Status meetings waste time and are boring for everyone involved. Replace them with Automatic Check-ins.
Reference: Automatic Check-ins.
In a busy account, it's better to turn off your email notifications and use the Hey! menu to see what's new. Here's how.
Reference: How notifications work.
Too many people or too much stuff in a project? Then it's time to split off a separate project. Two examples shown.
If you want to keep access to a project but don't want all the notification noise, unfollow the project. Here's how.
Reference: Notifying, and being notified.