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Salesforce Do.com Shows Task App Potential
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Brian.Dean
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Brian.Dean,
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11/16/2013 | 6:45:44 AM
Re: Do.com shuts down soon :(
Well these things happen in business, services open up and services close down. Sometimes a service closes down when they aren't enough customers to support it or make it break even. The reasons could be many for example the market is not ready for something that is vastly ahead of its time or vastly behind its time. I am not a Do.com user but I am sure that they were a few Do.com users still out there, and my heart goes out to all of them who have to conduct a migration now, having said that migration is also part of business and doing it right is gold.

Wrike is a good alternative, and what other solutions have you considered? For example there is Trello.com, Paymo.biz, Asana.com (which ranks higher then Wrike.com), kanbanflow.com (which has a good following in France), bitrix24.com etc is also ok. Life goes on.
dg_the_muse
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dg_the_muse,
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11/16/2013 | 4:10:09 AM
Do.com shuts down soon :(
Hi David, you've probably heard about the upcoming shutdown of Do.com. The app has been quite popular, so this news has been really surprising for us at Wrike, just like for everyone else. Most likely a lot of people are already looking for an alternative "home" for their work, so I just wanted to drop a note here that Wrike would be happy to welcome Do.com users on board, the import tool is up and running: http://www.wrike.com/blog/11/15/2013/Popular-App-Do-com-Shuts-Down-Soon-How-Safely-Migrate-Tasks-Wrike


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