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phpCollab now uses Composer! Do not clone this repo right into a web directory - it requires a build step. Learn more or just download the latest build instead.

phpCollab

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Introduction

phpCollab is a project management and collaboration system. Features include: team/client sites, task assignment, document repository/workflow, gantt charts, discussions, calendar, notifications, support requests, weblog newsdesk, invoicing, and many other tools.

Features

  • phpCollab is a project management system. It is comprised of two interfaces:
    • User, which includes admin, employees, co-workers, etc.
    • Client.
  • A central login handles everything.
    • If a client logs in, then the client is directed to the client interface.
    • If a team user logs in, then they are directed to the user interface.

User Features

  • Within each project you have the following features:
    • Project Overview
    • Phases (optional)
    • Tasks & Sub tasks
    • Discussions
    • Team Members
    • Linked Content (uploaded files)
    • Notes
  • In addition, you also have a few global features such as:
    • Reports
    • Calendar
    • Search
    • Bookmarks
  • One very useful feature is the Home page. This page pulls up all the relevant items for that individual user in one place. This is also the first page that a user sees when logging into the system. So, a user can easily determine what tasks are due, or what projects they are involved in.

Client Features

  • Having a unique interface for your clients to use allows your clients to interact with the project team members.
    • Please note that you must publish any of the items mentioned in order for a client to be able to see it.
    • At all times you maintain full control of the project.
  • When a client first logs into phpCollab they are presented with a Home page that shows all projects that have been created for them. Once a client selects a project they will have the following options:
    • Project Team - a list of users assigned to the project.
    • Team Tasks - all the tasks assigned to the project team
    • Client Tasks - all the tasks assigned to the client
    • Document List - a list of all the documents uploaded in Linked Content
    • Bulletin Board - interfaces with the Discussion section found in the user interface
    • Support - can submit a task as a support request to the project team

Publishing

  • By default, a client will not be able to view anything.
    • Throughout a project you have the option of publishing items, such as tasks, linked content, team members, etc. Once published, your clients will be able to view the item.
    • You also have the option of un-publishing items as well.

What it does NOT do

  • phpCollab is a fantastic program that can give you the tools necessary to manage all of your tasks and projects. However, there is one misconception.
    • phpCollab does not publish your web site. phpCollab manages your projects, not your web site.

Development

To build the project locally, please follow this guide.

Documentation

https://phpcollab.github.io/phpcollab/

Installation

Download the latest release and refer to the docs/install.md file

Note: Do NOT clone or download the phpCollab codebase directly. That is ONLY required if you wish to contribute to the development of the project.


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