Many of the other types of project management tools that are currently available seem to be organized around the principle that discussing a project can slow it down. These tools are thus streamlined so that they tend only to tell you about the actual state of a project: who has been assigned which tasks and how they are progressing with those tasks. These tools are implicitly based on the idea that discussing the tasks, rather than simply noting how they are progressing, involves taking 'time out' from the project in a way that is unprofitable. Task lists that show the status of a project are useful, but their use is limited as discussion is often crucial to ensuring the success of a project. Sharing ideas, asking for feedback, and requesting advice, are all important aspects of making sure that a project, or a given task within a project, is completed to the highest standard. We realized that teams need a more efficient way to communicate than a simple task list, but also that they need a way to communicate that will help to speed the progress of their project up rather than slow it down. We know that poor communication can be so detrimental to working relationships and the outcome of projects, whilst on the contrary, good communication is the key to making a project truly outstanding.