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I wouldn't suggest Crowdbasefor smaller companies, even for bigger companies a more integrated solution would be desirable. It may suit companies that want their collaboration separate from project management and CRM, but at least for our organisation it seems to make more sense to have most of our work tools in one place
It is the perfect companion for storing all those little bits of information you need to do your job well, the best thing is getting it all out of your head and in to Google Keep. You can trust it to hold that information for you, and you know you can go back and use its excellent search functionality to find that information at a later date. It can also work really well for your personal life as well. I have two accounts, my work account and my personal account - I use them both in different contexts but I have always found Google Keep is great for both.
CollaborationInteraction with staffGreat way to engage staff and support each other
It's incredibly quick to load, it doesn't take long to pull up any note you have no matter how much information is in the note.The ability to collaborate on a Google Keep note is also great! It allows for two or more of you to work on a project in one space.I also love that I can color coordinate. I can make all my meeting notes one color, my personal notes another color and so on.Enjoying the pinning feature that allows me to keep my important notes right at the top so I don't have to go searching for them when needed.
It is very limitedAlthough it has an API it doesn't link to the services we use.It isn't customisable like podio.
The iOS app sometimes gets into a state and doesn't update your notes (won't show new notes from other devices / computer), needs to be re-installed to resolveYour notes take up space in your Google account's quota, though this is not very apparent at first - you have to keep an eye on what you are storing - huge pictures better not go in there
It does everything I need it to do. It is easy to organize and categorize what I need and what I want to see.
Google Keep is very easy to use. Currently, the company I work for has employees from different age brackets, and this is one of the easiest apps on G-Suite to explain. Not a lot of people use it, but it is due to personal choice since a lot of people still prefer pen and paper to keep their notes.
I gave this rating based on the ease of use, the simple functionality and how well it does at keeping my attention and helping me continue to use it and stay on track. The functionality mentioned before alongside the reminder functions and how it utilizes Google's powerful machine learning tech to better its software is remarkable.
Crowdbase's strength may lie in its ability to do just one main thing well, but for us this was a massive limitation. I know that it is not trying to be Podio and it is therefore unfair to compare the two but there are features that overlap. for us Podio was better suited.
The main differential of Google Keep is its simplicity and efficiency for quick notes. I can draw on the card, put a photo, record audio if I can't write at the moment, in short, for everyday tasks, simple things, it is superior.
Encourages communicationEasy to useBefore crowdbase we never though of collaborating this way
Google Keep is free, and for what I need it for I don't need to purchase another tool.It's handy when it comes to taking quick notes, but so is a piece of paper. This tool won't magically improve your life.