Hey there, Morgan here and in this video I’m going to cover the basics of using Freedcamp for project management. So Freedcamp is a free project management software. I think it’s really great I’ve used all of them out there and this one’s my favorite. So here’s how it works: If you’re working with me on Freedcamp, you will receive an email invitation saying you’ve been invited to join one of my projects. In this email just accept the invitation and then you’ll probably need to sign up. I’m not sure if I have an email – or sorry – an account with this email… Alright… I do. Alright let’s login You’ll just sign up if you don’t have an account. It’s pretty simple So on the screen you’ll see that you’ve been invited to a project. So just accept this invitation go to the next screen Here’s how to create the main widget that you’ll be using. So first click “add some” “add some” to get started, and create “TASKS” Not “MYTASKS ” but “TASKS”, and select “ALL PROJECTS” – “ASSIGNED TO [Your Name]” The progress should be “NOT COMPLETED” “My incomplete tasks” and then we can leave the count at five or go to 10 if you would like. Then this creates a widget that shows, in date order, what tasks you need to do. Freedcamp also have the tasks board which shows you a list of all the tasks going on. It’s not quite as clean as the widgets view, which is why I like to use the “widgets board” and the “my tasks” widget. You can play around with these there’s several more widgets that you can use. They’re pretty interesting, but this is the most important one. You’ll notice that even though I have a lot of tasks, only one of them has an “In status” mark. You should only have one or two maybe statuses in progress at one time. Once you completed a task just mark it is “FINISHED” and that’s all you need to do. So that’s pretty much the Freedcamp overview. Let me know if you have any questions and i’ll be happy to go into some more detail.