What software do you guys use to manage your personal projects? Especially for requirements and feature documentation, but also things like time management and so on.
I just have a huge pile of A4 papers and a pen on the right side of my desk & I write there. To-Dos, issues to fix, documentation, anything.
I use a combination of Trello and Notion.
My attention management system is a mindmap on mindmeister (loosely adapted from GTD - I use it for years). I plan how many pomodoro I do on each project each week.
I manage the projects themselves in Trello. I would love to have a self-host solution;
maybe one day. One column for references (links to stuff which can help me), one column for next version, one column for current version, one column for in progress, one column for done, one column for abandoned.
For documentation: Hugo. Here's an example I've done.
I use Trello for tracking projects & github pages for documentations
This is a tough one because there are a lot of tools out there but each do something different. Ticketing systems like Jira are great for teams so for personal projects I would use something else like Trello or Notion. I migrated to Notion since you can have a todo list, boards and documentation, but the cost is you have to spend time setting it up and continuously manage where you put the info.
AirTable. They're basically Google Sheets on steroids.
We have developed Satiurn a platform where you can manage working task of multiple projects and you can also manage the accounting things related to each project. For the documentation we usually use google documents we don't need something more complex.
Trello.com for Time management
Skype.com for calls/meetings
WorkTIme.com for productivity monitoring
Jira for developing
And Scrum, do not forget about Scrum
I use GitLab for source control, so I use that for features requirements. For time management, I use Self Manager (full disclosure, I created it) because it follows GTD