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Is there a Mac program like Microsoft Project?


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I am looking for a program for my Mac like Microsoft Project that will help me design plans, assign tasks and resources, create timelines, etc. Know of anything?
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Search for Mac Project Management Software. I am not on mine or I would and I dont do wide sweeping searches at work.

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Nothing compares with MS Project but unfortunately it's not available for the Mac, however, there are alternatives:

Here's one you can try: LINK

OmniPlan for the Mac is popular and very good. Download a trial copy to see if it meets your requirements. LINK
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I am looking for a program for my Mac like Microsoft Project that will help me design plans, assign tasks and resources, create timelines, etc. Know of anything?
I asked the same question (of Google) when I first switched - and settled on the answer that cschag has already provided. There are no real project competitors for the Mac - but if all you need to do are the things you described above - then the links he provided should serve you just fine.
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Consider: OpenProj

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Merlin (for collaboration)

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