For 3-4 months now, I am on the verge of no-code. I consume a lot of content, I try to learn more tools, and I build.
No-code gives me access to do things that work in the real-world, an MVP for sure. I've written an in-depth article about A glimpse into no-code. I the current period, I want to build various apps so I get used to Bubble and, in the same, to see the endless possibilities of what I can create in the future.
The app I built is called TeamsTool, a project management app with the basic functionalities to be called an MVP.
- Create a project with the desired members, where you can then manage all the tasks for the desired project
- Main dashboard where you can see all task from selected project split between New/In Progress/Done
- Search between tasks by name
- Two additional filtering options, by date or percentage of task done
- Add new & edit currents tasks
- Add extra Task Notes beside Description, maybe something regarding the status or separate things that your manager or yourself have to remember for that task
- Analytics page where you can track task by progression and the due date
- Admin/Project manager page to see all members & their tasks for each project or as a whole (if they are on various projects). This helps the project manager to know who is available for more work. Also, a delete member option.
This is all that I've built for this app, also every action has alerts and automates emails to the desired persons.
I made this app with the help of Buildcamp, where they have great tutorials and resources for Bubble.io.
You can also see TeamsTool in preview using the
If you would like to know more or need help with no-code, especially bubble, I am happy to respond, mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.