• This is so frustrating allowing plugins like this to be in the plugin directory. It is completely hampered unless you upgrade to the pro version. I added a project and then tried to add a task – oops can’t you need to upgrade. It is the same with every feature.

    Don’t install – it is a waste of time.

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  • Plugin Author Tareq Hasan


    Hello @cregy,

    I am trying to get my head around on what you said and couldn’t figure out which features you are talking about. You can use this plugin without any restriction, only the advanced stuffs are in the pro version.

    You can create a project, add unlimited co-workers, create unlimited discussions, task lists, tasks, milestones, comments, files and everything. We are not displaying any prompt or restricting you. Which is very feature rich as a free plugin and have the features to collaborate with your team.

    In which part did it feel that we are trying to upsell the pro version too much? Only the advanced features, like My Task, Calendar, things like that are in the pro version. Is it too much to ask for this?



    Forgive me if I’m wrong and I certainly will remove all reviews. To move forward I will reinstall the plugin and give you access. I’m glad you responded – I probably wrote that out of annoyance because it is getting such good reviews and I wanted it to work.

    I have just tried to add a task and it says This feature only available in Pro Version.



    Sorry I have just re-read what you have said and I have got it right. Basically this does not allow you to add a to do list despite saying it does on your summary in the plugin page.


    Hello @cregy,

    You have told that you can’t create a to-do list or to-do in this plugin. Right? For your convenience here is the screencast link of creating a to-do list and to-do https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_YmyobyVFUWRjQwbEY0QUd3RWM/view.

    Feel free for asking support if you have any more confusion.


    I’ve spent the last two days researching and trailing demo’s of project management plugins for WP and was initially frustrated that the better options seemed to be premium plugins. I don’t mind paying for a premium plugin if it’s regularly updated and maintained but to have a free version to trial and test before purchase is a must.

    IMHO WP Project Manager looks to be the best option out there and the free version does allow task list creation and task creation as detailed by the author above. You can also stay on the free version too, but I like the look of the premium features.

    I’ll be adding my own review after a week or two of using this plugin, but so far so good!

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