Project Space is an instant-collaboration webspace organized for communication.
It organizes all project-related files and resources—email, discussion groups, voicemail, calendar, news feeds, lists, related websites—in one webplace. Any member using any browser or the iPhone can go to the project site to retrieve a file, send email or listen to voicemail, leave a note, send a news flash, participate in a discussion, or find an email, phone number, or address.
Project members remain up to date and in sync, even for fast-moving projects. All information is published to the web, making it simple to have a web presence. Information can be public or private.
Phone communication is completely integrated; no dialing required. Just click a member from a list; Project Space calls your phone and then the call recipient’s. To call multiple members simultaneously, use the huddle feature, which is essentially a conference call but without the hassle of pins or bridges. You can even give the project its own 877 number for redirection to any member.
The workspace is also highly customizable. New windows can be dropped in anywhere to add a tool or a website.
Although Project Space is designed as a collaboration tool, it works just as well if you're only looking to organize your life by projects. Having everything you need at your fingertips not only keeps you organized, it lets you regroup quickly after an interruption.
And nothing ever gets lost. Project Space resides in the cloud, with all files and other artifacts stored and archived on AT&T servers.
Research now centers on the user experience, making Project Space as easy as possible to use and expanding the number and type of resources. Under consideration is releasing an API to allow developers to create apps that could then be made available through an app store.