How to manage my projects?

If you are an online worker and you are having trouble ( You cannot deliver work on time ) managing your project? I think the main reason for this failure is poor time management. You should think about it once, because no matter which is your field, whether it is in personal life, or an online worker (web developer, graphics designer or blogger) like me, you have to manage your project.
Now the question is that what are the tips and suggestions to manage our project perfectly?

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I manage.

In decades I do the management. I've tried project managers many times but nothing beats managing my own project.

However I do still use Outlook's Calendar to log the time for billing.

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Thanks message

Thank you very much for your reply sir.

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Use Software

There are some good project management tools available online which you can use to manage your projects.

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Project management tools, time tracking software

In our company, Project managers are create the project backlog that contains all the features and requirements that should be implemented (ordered in accordance with business priority and importance for customer).

We actively use project management software, such as JIRA and Redmine.

In addition, we utilize time tracking systems. Today there is a great variety of such tools available in the market - Timecamp, Toggl, TimeDoctor to name a few. They vary significantly in terms of features they offer, so you have an opportunity to choose which one will meet your needs to the fullest.

By the way, we've done a review of popular time tracking tools several years ago; you can check it if you are interested in this subject:

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