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Score 8.4 out of 100
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Score 8.8 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Huddle

If you must simultaneously edit documents on a project, Huddle is not a good option. Also, if your team is not technically savvy, the learning curve can be challenging. Finally, if you need hundreds or thousands of people working on a project, Huddle might not be the right choice. I think it is better for teams under 100 people.
Eric Batson | TrustRadius Reviewer

Notion

If you are generating a lot of content and working in a team environment, Notion is a clutch way to make sure that every member of the team is working on the same draft or version of your document. If you are in a process chain, it also becomes quite useful being able to drag the content card from one person's to do list from another's when it becomes their responsibility.
Garrett Lemons | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

Huddle
6.8
Notion
6.8
Task Management
Huddle
7.7
Notion
8.2
Scheduling
Huddle
5.0
Notion
6.8
Mobile Access
Huddle
7.4
Notion
7.8
Search
Huddle
7.4
Notion
6.4
Gantt Charts
Huddle
Notion
7.3
Workflow Automation
Huddle
Notion
4.5
Visual planning tools
Huddle
Notion
6.4

Communication

Huddle
7.3
Notion
8.0
Chat
Huddle
9.0
Notion
9.0
Notifications
Huddle
5.4
Notion
7.2
Discussions
Huddle
3.9
Notion
8.5
Internal knowledgebase
Huddle
9.0
Notion
9.2
Integrates with Outlook
Huddle
9.0
Notion
Surveys
Huddle
Notion
6.0

File Sharing & Management

Huddle
9.4
Notion
7.8
Versioning
Huddle
9.3
Notion
7.5
Video files
Huddle
9.0
Notion
7.3
Audio files
Huddle
9.0
Notion
6.7
Document collaboration
Huddle
10.0
Notion
9.8
Access control
Huddle
10.0
Notion
8.2
Advanced security features
Huddle
9.3
Notion
6.0
Device sync
Huddle
9.0
Notion
9.3
Integrates with Google Drive
Huddle
Notion
7.7

Pros

Huddle

  • Usability is excellent.
  • Makes it easy to track who has worked on what.
  • Makes older versions of your files available.
  • Sharing documents is super simple.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Notion

  • Notion is very easy to use and create content on. With other Wikis, you have to edit the page using widgets and never know what it will look like until you are done. With Notion you get to create in the same view that others will see when they view your page.
  • Notion is very clean and easy to read. There are a lot of different choices for how to format the content however you wold like.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Huddle

  • The desktop app is occasionally unreliable and it is never easy to get to the bottom of it with the tech support people...
  • Tasks are virtually useless as they have no context. We want tasks to be against documents so we can make our workflow more formal but they are not, so we don't use them. A reimplementation of to do and calendar facilities with files/documents as the context would make a huge difference to us.
  • The Huddle Office plugins are a great idea, but they cause us far too many Word and Excel crashes so we have to turn them off.
Rob Butterworth | TrustRadius Reviewer

Notion

  • Sometimes the data functions are difficult to get working.
  • Wish there was an option for folders to better organized.
  • Formatting does not work well when using copy/paste or exporting to another type of file or document.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Huddle

Huddle is quite different from Tibbr. They serve different purposes for the most part. However, they both allow colleagues to improve their communication with one another, minimize email inbox clutter, and improve processes. We use both of these in our organization. Huddle has allowed us to store documents, share communication and generally work in the cloud.
Eric Batson | TrustRadius Reviewer

Notion

I have replaced Evernote use with Notion. Evernote became just a place to shuffle resources to essentially read later, however products like Pocket have replaced that as well. Inclusion of the database approach from Notion far exceeds what Evernote offered. Evernote was good at keeping notes, but good portion of notes in my workflow are temporary and easy delete or archive.
Theodore K. Langston | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Huddle

  • This has made it a lot easier for remote workers to access important documents without needing to use the VPN at home (which does not always work).
  • It clearly shows who updated the last document and when so it is clear who you need to ask if you have questions or something.
  • We have used it in client settings, so this saves money as we do not need to request a separate client laptop or VPN token.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Notion

  • It reduces duplicative work as everyone is literally on the same page.
  • Allows multiple stages of the production to happen simultaneously without impeding the other, i.e. content editing and photo insertion can happen simultaneously once the draft is finished.
Garrett Lemons | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Huddle

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Huddle Editions & Modules

Edition
Huddle$101
Huddle PlusContact sales team
Huddle PremierContact sales team
  1. per user/per month
Additional Pricing Details

Notion

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Notion Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

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