Basecamp increases maximum file size

Emanuel Longo | August 26, 2010

Basecamp increases maximum file sizeBasecamp, a popular web-based project management tool, has increased its maximum file size to from 100MB to 2GB! This tool, which we use at Dynamic Language, now makes it easier to share large projects between individuals and companies.

Another recent Basecamp update includes the ability to upload mpeg video files to the site.

Basecamp is available in more than 15 languages, and can be used by companies to collaborate with colleagues and clients worldwide. Basecamp’s User Interface can be displayed in a language that they are most comfortable with!

To learn more about Basecamp, visit the 37signals Product Blog, published by the company behind Basecamp, 37signals. We recommend checking it out to find tips on how to use 37signals’ products and to read Basecamp success stories!

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