This guide to Basecamp walks you through the different parts of your dashboard, key features you need to know to get started, and how to create a project.
Sync Basecamp with Trello
To collaborate with teams on a different work management tool, or organize your To-Do List as a Kanban board.
Sync Basecamp with Jira
To feed development requests directly to the dev team, and provide feedback throughout the process.
Sync Basecamp with Zendesk
To effortlessly support your customer service teams on tickets or requests from clients.
Unito and Basecamp
- Marketers who require the support of developers on technical projects.
- Salespeople who need support on customer tickets or issues.
- Project managers trying to organize multiple teams on a single initiative.
How does Unito work?
Select your tools
Select the tool you want to sync with Basecamp and authorize Unito to access both of them.
Add your filters
Add filters to specify the projects, tasks, to-dos, and other information you want to sync.
Map your fields
Map how that information is shared so it fits with your workflow.
How Basecamp and Unito can help you cut down on meetings
Basecamp is a veteran among project management tools, with over three million accounts signed up since 2004. People love Basecamp for its simplicity: simple pricing, simple functionality, and simple organization mean a simpler workday. The tool really emphasizes keeping everything in a single place, from task management to messaging.
For individuals and teams using Basecamp together, there’s no doubt that it’s a great tool for staying organized. But most teams need to collaborate with other departments, stakeholders, or clients. What happens when they’re not in Basecamp? Suddenly you’re left to track down messages, feedback, and tasks in several different tools.
With Unito, you can stick to Basecamp without sacrificing your efficiency. Collaborate with other teams without ever leaving your tool, by simply syncing to-dos as tasks in whatever software your counterpart uses. That way, you can avoid resorting to emails or meetings to communicate across teams, and you still get all of the benefits that come with collaboration.