The group interface is also meant to be easy to use to get a quick idea of what other people are working on, or share tasks with other people. For instance, if you’re a project manager, you could create a bunch of tasks, and then just drag and drop them to other people in the system. You can’t change other people’s priorities (yet), because I think it’s better if you simply ask them yourself – technology isn’t a substitute for communication!
While I work on the paypal interface (I looked into Google Checkout, but it’s still got some limitations), I’m going to let people sign up for the group-enabled version with six months for free. It won’t cost too much per user when I roll it out in any case, probably somewhere south of $20. The basic version is likely to remain free as long as I can cover hosting costs.
I’ve been using it myself at work and home for the past month or so, along with a few of my colleagues, and it seems to fill a nice niche in between more heavyweight issue tracking tools like JIRA, and the index cards/bulletin board we’d been using.
Check it out – I hope you like it! In any case, let me know what you think.