My thoughts are they need to stop spamming ads on my youtube & spotify listening.
We use it, and I like it pretty well - been using it for a year now. Took some getting used to, as anything!
It hasn’t been my favorite. A lot of the features aren’t fully baked liked sub tasks and dependencies. It depends what you’re wanting to use it for though. The UI is neat and it very customizable. Using it for project planning isn’t great. I’ve found it very clicky and not intuitive to use. They have free trials though and good customer service.
I have been using it across various teams with mixed results. It’s very adaptable but, some of the features aren’t as polished as you would expect. It is a product that is developing all the time and becoming an increasingly powerful off the shelf tool. As with all systems, you get out what you put in. I recommend familiarising yourself with it thoroughly before rolling it out to anyone else. Battle test the features. Think about how you want others to utilise it and train them.
Almost 2 years ago, my team and I did a thorough run through of all PM software on the market. [Monday.com](https://Monday.com) was on the list, but didn't make the cut. We're a fairly large creative team, and needed various things like; reporting, proofing, ability to add freelancers among many other things. We ended up going with Wrike. After using it for a couple of years now, I'm still convinced that we made the right decision. It's a super powerful software that is really easy to use. Because it's so easy to use, we have nearly 100% adoption throughout the team.
It's ok but I prefer Clickup, it has more functionality and is cheaper.
I refuse to use a tool that advertises as relentlessly as them. It also helps that I've been running my business and life through Teamwork for well over a decade. All tools have a learning curve but to me, Teamwork is amazing, well priced, great service and is implementing great changes.
I feel ClickUp is better and cheaper. More features and just as many templates to get you started. I personally use Notion in my new role though because it does documentation really well in addition to task management.
We use it at our firm. It's a large step up from using SharePoint Lists and Excel to do our team's project management.
We use it for all our internal projects. But one cool feature is that you can add guests to boards. This is pretty handy when we use a freelancer or consultant for a small part of project but we want them to give updates to the team. We use it for all our internal projects. But one cool feature is that you can add guests to boards. This is pretty handy when we use a freelancer or consultant for a small part of the project but we want them to give updates to the team.
Monday's UI is way better than any other, HOWEVER, if you need actual functionality then it's far behind. I only just discovered after setting up all my boards that the "My Work" or "My Week" can only show a limit of tasks!! This means that not all tasks assigned will show up because I've "Reached My Limit" and no, upgrading your plan does not increase your limit. I was told by Monday to either delete boards or remove users to free up space as the solution. How can a Task management app possibly be just that if not all tasks can be shown when you've reached your limit is beyond me!
It has a lot of features and highly customizable but it is *slow*. I am not very demanding, I'm used to Jira, but it did terrible in a team of 10 people creating tasks in one project.
I have been using Monday.com and Quickbooks Online exclusively to manage my clients database and back-end functions for almost 2 years. It is an incredibly powerful tool that can do literally anything you want, if you spend the time to learn it. It is so far beyond a CRM or Project Management tool. Monday competitors are like buying a Lego set with instructions, while Monday.com is more like a giant bin of random Legos. Your success with it is entirely dependent on your creativity. If you have any questions and want to reach out, contact me at Roseworks.Datasolutions@gmail.com. I'd love to help!
We moved from Jira to Monday about a year ago, after 4-5 years on Jira. Coming from Jira, I’ve found it lacking in key areas, and we spend almost as much time trying to find things in Monday as actually doing work.