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Inviting People to Collaborate in Basecamp - Basecamp Basics

Basecamp really shows off when it comes to collaboration and working with other people inside a project. In this Basecamp Basics video, Kimberly from Basecamp's Customer Success team walks through how to invite someone into your account and adding them to a project. You'll learn about setting someone up as "On the Project" or "Just Following" and an important tip for inviting someone into a project that's already in progress.

Understanding the Basecamp Home Screen - Basecamp Basics

In this Basecamp Basics video, Kimberly from Basecamp's Customer Success team walks through the Basecamp Home Screen. You'll learn how to add your company logo, pin your most important projects to the top, view projects in a list, and quickly jump between projects with a quick keyboard command.

Setting Up Basecamp Notifications - Basecamp Basics

Sometimes you want to get all the alerts, so you know the minute something happens in an important project. But other times, you just need to shut it all off so that you're not getting interrupted and can do focused work. In this Basecamp Basics video, Kimberly from Basecamp's Customer Success team walks through how to adjust your Basecamp notifications for how you like to work. You'll learn about changing your notification settings from being either "On the Project" or "Just Following". Need to temporarily turn off notifications all together? This video reviews how to do that with What you Work Can Wait and Focus Mode.

Starting a Basecamp Project - Basecamp Basics

One of the best ways to get started in your new Basecamp account is to start a project. In this Basecamp Basics video, Kimberly from Basecamp's Customer Success team walks through how to start a new project and explains invite-only projects vs. all-access projects, the five project tools that are on each project at start-up, and shows how to change, rename and duplicate tools within a project. You'll also learn how to link to an outside tool or service with the Doors feature.

What is a Basecamp Project? - Basecamp Basics

To understand how Basecamp works, you have to understand what a project is. In this Basecamp Basics video, Kimberly from Basecamp's Customer Success team explains the four ways that projects can be used – as a headquarters for your entire company, as a hub for an internal team or department, for time-based work, or as a subset of work from a larger project. Videos in the Basecamp Basics Series.

Card Table: Visualize your team's workflow

Card Table is our take on Kanban. It allows teams to visualize tasks that follow multiple steps, like fixing bugs or designing creatives. Pick a task and put it on a card. Once it's ready for its next phase, simply drag it to the next column. Is something holding you on? Move it to the "On hold" section, so it stays in view while you work on something else. Card Table is available to all Basecamp customers.