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European alternatives to Jira

Jira is an Australian project management software. They offer classic features like kanban boards, automations, integrations, and reports and include an issue tracker.

This pages lists European Jira alternatives from companies based in a member state of the European Union (EU) or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

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Germany EU Open source Free plan

OpenProject is a project management software from Germany. They are open-source and can be self-hosted, but also offer on cloud solutions. They are built around tasks which can be viewed in different ways, for example in a Kanban board, a timeline or in a calendar. These tasks can be assigned to people and created by everyone. OpenProject can be integrated into other services, and you can build your own integrations with their API.

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Zenkit Projects

Germany EU Free plan

Zenkit Projects is a project management software from Germany. They focus on eas-of-use without making it hard for advanced users by providing different interfaces for different users. You can create goals and tasks to reach those goals, create timelines and deadlines for certain tasks, integrate the timelines into your favorite calendar service and improve the experience with Zapier integrations. A live report of all projects is always available, and you can see the workload of each user to balance it evenly.

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Germany EU Free plan

MeisterTask is a project management software from Germany. They allow you to manage your projects and track the progress and development of them from getting the idea to completion. This is done via a kanban project board, task scheduling (including calendar integration), time tracking and a personal agenda. If you need insides about your project, you can either view the current status of the project in a dashboard or generate a report. In addition, you can automate tedious tasks and integrate their API into your systems.

awork is a project management software from Germany. They enable you to create tasks and view them in different ways: in a Kanban board, a timeline, or as a simple List. Tasks can be assigned a deadline, and you can track how much time you worked on what. In addition, they provide you with a personal schedule, an overview of your projects and with the ability to create long-term timelines and plans. awork can be synced with calendar services and offer different integrations through their API.

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