Zoho Projects has all the features you need but, at the same time, it doesn’t have all the tools you need. To understand this, it’s necessary to understand Zoho as a company. It is a collection of dozens of software products that would, usually, have overlapping features with Zoho Projects. Instead of that, those features are removed and kept in the original product. An example of this is Zoho Forms and Zoho Docs. With that being said, the core project management tools like task management, projects, project views, commenting, etc. are intact. It also has more advanced features.
A time tracking function is integrated directly into Zoho Projects that allows users to capture the time they spend on their work. The timers can be started automatically when certain conditions are met, can be paused, and managers can even reject entries.
Modern project management is nothing without automation. Zoho Projects makes this possible with what it calls blueprints. You can set up workflows, assign tasks to different people at each stage, and let it continue to run in the background.
There are multiple collaboration tools combined to give users a holistic overview of activity within their accounts. Activity feeds, dedicated chat areas, forums to post queries about specific topics, and even pages to build a company wiki are all available for customers to take advantage of.