Jun 11, 2018

The problems teams deal with mostly boil down to stuff scattered in too many places. Emails, chat threads, Word docs, etc. That makes things easy to miss and hard to find, which leads to communication gaps, preventable emergencies, and extra work.

Basecamp organizes your communication, projects, and client work together so you have a central source of truth.

  • Everything will be in one organized place
  • Everyone will be on the same page
  • Projects will get off the ground faster
  • You'll know exactly what’s going on
  • You'll free up time spent on meetings

Jun 7, 2018   |  By Ryan Singer
For years we’ve used Basecamp To-Dos to track all of our design and programming work here at Basecamp. They help us make sure that nothing slips through the cracks.
May 1, 2018   |  By Jamie Dihiansan
Ping and Message excerpts, image previews, and grouped Campfires make catching up with Basecamp a breeze.
Apr 17, 2018   |  By Jonas Downey
We gave up on Likes and invented a totally new form of tiny communication. If there’s one thing you can’t avoid on the Internet, it’s Likes. They’re in nearly every software platform where people post photos or write text messages.
Apr 2, 2018   |  By Jason Fried
When we launched Basecamp 3, we introduced a new way for client services firms to work with their clients. We called it the Clientside. It was an entirely separate part of a Basecamp project where all client-facing communications lived.
Apr 2, 2018   |  By Tara Mann
This release is all about usability improvements. Download it for iPhone and iPad from the App Store now. Find tab improvements