Accomplish tasks more quickly, while avoiding the complexity of additional project management tools. Add meeting notes, tasks, documents, images, and code snippets. Easily track any item that you need for your projects.
Create one workspace for each of your projects, and organize all of your chaos into an orderly, easily accessible, secure environment.Each workspace is independent, having its own notes, folders, tags, and members. Create multiple workspaces
Groups for workspaces - Group your workspaces to add more structure, gain higher levels of team collaboration, and organize more completely.
Create multiple workspaces — one for each of your projects.
Keep project data separate — Each workspace is entirely separate from other workspaces.
Easily maintain security and project focus — Each workspace has its own users, content, and permissions.
Keep order in each workspace — Create folders and subfolders within each workspace.
Continuous team collaboration — Teams can readily coordinate by accessing work items in a single, secure location.
Access workspaces from anywhere — Mobile phone, desktop, or directly at the Nimbus website.
Bring more structure to your business by defining processes and workflows that work. Guide your team with step-by-step instructions for efficient, consistent, and safe conduct.
Begin with a brief overview, define your goals, then add links to relevant documents that your team can research and understand more quickly.
Quickly create task lists and use the @mention feature to assign duties to different teammates.
Add more context by embedding all types of content including code snippets, videos, files, and more.
Team training can be a very effective, ongoing process that is personalized to the strengths and weaknesses of each team member. Create details and summaries for employee performance. Establish roles, set goals, and give feedback.
Exchange valuable feedback to drive every relationship forward. Use Nimbus Note to capture performance reviews from managers and individual contributors, peers, and departments.
Onboard new teammates onto projects more quickly by presenting them with everything they need to know to succeed in their roles. All in one workplace.
Need to set your new hires up for success? Create a welcome document that highlights what’s most important. Then, direct them to your company wiki and knowledge base articles. Provide a single document set to all team members. Here they can find all the answers, so you can avoid spending so much additional effort in repetitive training.