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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
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There have been lots of times when we need to add a new habit into our daily work routines, and having the option to do so in the To-Doist app on the very first screen is incredibly helpful. It's a good reminder, and I believe that professionals who truly appreciate and properly value the implementation of good habits would be very grateful for this feature. It's also a time saver because you don't have to manually type it in every day/week / etc.
Read full review Pros Collaboration Interaction with staff Great way to engage staff and support each other Read full review Free plan offers two viewing options and 4 color themes; paid plans offer more Can integrate with Google Calendar, IFTTT, and Zapier apps Viewing format is pretty uncomplicated, including sidebar, easy on the eyes Importable and exportable data, emails Optional beta testing opportunities (can opt in/opt out at any time) Read full review Cons It is very limited Although it has an API it doesn't link to the services we use. It isn't customisable like podio. Read full review The Todoist application now works almost identically across all platforms. There is a minor improvement that I would like to see on iOS and that is the ability to show task count by custom filter. In Board view, I want to be able to easily add sub-tasks to a parent task. Besides those two minor improvements, I am extremely happy with the application. Read full review Usability
Excellent features and concept, simple implementation, but the software is not very clear in training new users and communicating features. The occasional unexplained crash or freeze is not handled gracefully by the desktop software, requiring either the user or tech support to manually restart.
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I've used Todoist for about three years now and I haven't needed to contact support, which I'm considering a 10 out of 10. Honestly, their platform is so easy to use that I never had to look up a knowledge base or forum to be able to do what I wanted in Todoist. So I'm not sure what their support system looks like or how it works, but I do know that if I haven't needed support, that's also a good sign!
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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
and it is therefore unfair to compare the two but there are features that overlap. for us
was better suited.
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[Todoist: To-Do List & Task Manager] is significantly simpler and cheaper than most of the alternatives and doesn't complicate the management of tasks with a plethora of unnecessary features. While all the alternatives have strong feature sets, what Todoist does better than any of them is manage tasks, in theory the central point of them all.
Read full review Return on Investment Encourages communication Easy to use Before crowdbase we never though of collaborating this way Read full review Location-based reminders ensured that my staff didn't miss things when they went onsite with a customer. This has led to renewals on a regular basis. Sharing of task visibility for managers with their direct reports has enhanced 1-on-1 meetings and ensured that field coaches kept focused The cost of Todoist vs. the value it creates is a huge selling point for the software. For the price per user, I've found nothing that even comes close! Read full review