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Are you a new employee needing to learn Basecamp for your new job (BTW congratulations!)?
Are you a freelancer looking to get organised and ensure your client work runs as smoothly as possible?
Perhaps you're a business owner wanting all your staff "on the same page" with work, boosting your communication & productivity...and cutting down on some meetings.
This course is for you!
Basecamp 3 - New User Guide leads you through the quickest, most effective Basecamp training available in Udemy.
This course will lead you step-by-step through the process of:
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My Background With Basecamp
For 11 years, I'd run a specialised outsourcing company, employing people in Australia to work with financial advisers. I spent years trying out a huge range of project management software programs, needing a program that would suit my contractors and my clients. Basecamp filled that need and was used by hundreds of people to complete thousands of tasks.
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|Section 1: Intro|
Updating Your Profile & PreferencesPreview
Structure & NavigationPreview
Introduction To Basecamp's Six Main Tools
Setting Up A New Basecamp Project (includes Clientside option)
|Section 2: Doing The Work|
Docs & Files
|Section 3: Bonus Lectures|
Important Support Links
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Rich Peterson is the founder of Generous Work, where he helps people create meaningful, profitable and highly useful businesses through innovation & design.
He is passionate about entrepreneurship, innovation, marketplaces, collaborative consumption, design that works and, of course, his family. When he's not consulting, teaching, selling over $1.7 million dollars of books or lending money to people in third-world countries (through Kiva), you'll find him reading, playing beach volleyball or mastering the art of surfing backwards.