12 AI Tools for Team Management to Try in 2024

Posted February 22nd, 2024 in Productivity. Tagged: , .

Picture this: your team, a well-oiled machine pulsing to the beat of the digital age. It’s 2024, and AI in project management isn’t a trend. It’s the maestro orchestrating harmony in the workplace.


We’re talking about tools that streamline communication, automate tedium, and tailor strategies as finely as a fitted suit. As we sit back, let me guide you through 12 game-changing AI tools that are reshaping how to create your projects. They’re not just gadgets, they’re the co-pilots on your journey to peak efficiency. Care to take a glimpse into what these tools can do for you?

12 Project Management AI Tools

If you want to optimize your team with software like the examples featured on SnackNation’s list, read on. Here are 12 AI tools every business should use to improve their project management process.

1. ChatGPT


It’s hard to believe that ChatGPT is new, considering it’s all anyone spoke about in 2023, but ChatGPT as we know it is only about a year old. At the end of 2023, OpenAI unveiled a new exciting feature where you can build your own custom ChatGPT with OpenAI’s GPT.

Theoretically, your business could create a ChatGPT that can streamline project management. While you are required to code your own product, you can save a lot of time on scheduling once you’re done. We recommend hiring an experienced coder to get the end result you desire.

2. Notion AI


Project managers have a lot of documents and information to sift through, making it hard to stay organized. Notion AI’s biggest benefit is its ability to surmise text, create tables from large data sets, and expand or shorten text. Basically, it helps you keep track of all of your project’s info.

Notion has been around for quite a while, but its AI portion is fairly new, releasing in February 2023. Similar to ChatGPT, you can also use Notion AI to translate, fix spelling and grammar, or move past writers, but ChatGPT is better on this front. Stick to Notion AI for organization.

3. Google Gemini


Google Gemini was Google’s answer to the meteoric rise of ChatGPT. While the product is still in its infancy and isn’t available in most countries, those who can take advantage of it should use it to answer questions, compose music, solve math problems, code, and write emails and scripts.

But if you’re a project manager, Google Bard can help you learn about new industry trends, gather intel about your competitors, write support documentation, summarize articles, brainstorm ideas, and create project plans. It can even be used to analyze feedback.

4. Recruitee


Project managers aren’t always involved in recruitment, but they should be. Not only can project managers help simplify the often complex process, but they can also analyze and anticipate recruitment challenges, like a small candidate pool. This is where the tool Recruitee comes in.

Recruitee, powered by OpenAI, can do everything from create easy-to-read job descriptions to putting together email templates. Project managers are often the first to know if talent is lacking. They can use this software to help HR find a candidate that suits their project’s needs.

5. Figma


AI has done a lot to revolutionize the design process, and Figma is looking to drive this innovation further. Its tool, FigJam, is currently in open beta, but it’s already capable of doing a lot. For example, you can generate boards and diagrams for team exercises and meetings.

With the Jambot widget, FigJam can use the power of ChatGPT to improve your boards. Some great features include its ability to summarize sticky notes, create visual mind maps, generate code from a prompt, reframe text, brainstorm, and learn something about your competitors.

6. Tome


Project managers are all intimately aware of PowerPoint, but Tome may be the AI tool that makes it obsolete. If you’ve ever stared at a blank screen, wondering what to write next, Tome can be your savior, as it generates presentations from simple prompts or detailed outlines.

This tool basically does all the visual work for you. In under 5 minutes, you can use AI to write your script, generate unique images, and search for references. And if what Tome generated isn’t what you asked for, you can keep asking the AI to change your tone or pictures.

7. Flux


Flux may be the most niche tool on this list, but if you’re a project manager working with printed circuit board (PCB) engineers, it’s a godsend. Its AI “Copilot” can help project managers brainstorm solutions, create connections on schematics, and answer engineering questions.

A project manager could use Flux to better understand complex engineering concepts while also creating project trees that make sense. They can make sure all deliverables for a software project are delivered in a timely manner while ensuring that creativity stays front and center.

8. Kadoa


Project managers need data to create projects that impress their clients and customers. But, it isn’t always easy for them to extract and understand the data they’re working with. Enter Kadoa, a tool that eliminates the need for manual data processing work, saving time and money.

Not only that, but Kadoa can extract data in a form that project managers can understand. Businesses won’t need coding to analyze their data, either. When used appropriately, Kadoa will help professionals monitor their competitors, conduct market research, and generate leads.

9. Peak


If you work in the eCommerce industry, then Peak is one of the best tools to drive growth, profit, and efficiency in your business. With its AI, startups can conduct inventory, customer, and pricing intelligence, ensuring that everything is optimized and priced fairly for your customers.

While Peak came out in 2015, it’s constantly innovating and coming out with new features to help its customers. For example, Peak launched a generative AI product, Co:Driver, in 2023 to help project managers forecast trends, predictions, and patterns from user data sets.

10. Alltius


Alltius is another company that isn’t so new, but its AI component, KNO, is. KNO sells itself as the “perfect AI assistant,” as it’s able to get faster answers from search engines, offer better responses than typical chatbots, and reply to integrated users across multiple channels.

One of the hardest things about being a project manager is staying up-to-date with deliverables and keeping other employees in the know. Allitus can build your own assistant based on your data, making sure that other employees are being contacted in the matter they prefer.

11. Kindly


AI-powered chatbots are a dime a dozen in 2023, and they’re likely going to get more common in 2024. However, Kindly is a fairly new chatbot that sits tall above the rest. With Kindly, any business can improve visitor experiences, optimize conversations, and drive more sales.

This is important for project managers, as it helps them uncover customer feedback, bug reports, feature requests, and more. This allows them to create projects that help to implement or fix features while also saving time and money on hiring a fully human support staff.

12. Amplitude


Amplitude is one of the pioneers of AI teams and project management, but since the AI revolution, they’ve added even more features that can help you thrive. For example, they’ve added a data assistant and a tool called “Ask Amplitude,” where users can ask questions.

This tool and tools like it empower product and project managers by providing answers to questions about their users. Project managers can use these answers to design projects that benefit their end users. This is especially true for managers who operate in eCommerce.

In Conclusion…

So, there you have it—a tapestry of the most cutting-edge AI tools designed to skyrocket your team’s productivity as we propel into 2024. These tools aren’t just figments of some futuristic fantasy. They’re here, they’re real, and they’re eager to partner up with you. Imagine harnessing their power to craft projects that help your team not just survive, but also thrive.

Why resist the tide when you can ride the wave? Dive in, try these tools, and watch your projects transform. Are you ready to lead the charge into the world of AI-augmented teamwork?

About the Author

Richard Grant

Richard Grant has an established career as a technology consultant, helping business owners and CTOs harness new technologies for their business. He regularly writes and muses about emerging technology.

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