- Managing tasks across teams.
- Ensuring tasks are completed on time.
- Updating tasks and commenting to communicate with managers, team members, …
Task Management (1216)
Team Collaboration (1200)
Workflow Automation (1042)
Resource Management (1051)
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monday.com Work OS is an open platform designed so that users can create the tools they need to run every aspect of their work. The visual interface includes building blocks like Apps and integrations, allowing teams to build or customize their work solutions.
Whether users need to streamline a sales pipeline, create a marketing campaign process, run a robust CRM, or build a project management tracker – monday.com aims to provide a collaborative space for teams to stay aligned, agile and efficient, in everything they do.
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- Supported: Task Management
- Supported: Resource Management
- Supported: Gantt Charts
- Supported: Scheduling
- Supported: Workflow Automation
- Supported: Team Collaboration
- Supported: Support for Agile Methodology
- Supported: Document Management
- Supported: Email integration
- Supported: Mobile Access
- Supported: Timesheet Tracking
- Supported: Change request and Case Management
- Supported: Budget and Expense Management
- Supported: Quotes/estimates
- Supported: Project & financial reporting
- Supported: Integration with accounting software
- Google Drive
- Microsoft Teams
- LinkedIn Marketing Solutions
- Zendesk Support Suite
- Meta for Business
- HubSpot Marketing Hub
- Jira Software
- Todoist: To-Do List & Task Manager
- Google Calendar
- Twilio Autopilot
- part of Twilio CPaaS
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||35%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||40%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||20%|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android|
|Supported Languages||English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Dutch, Turkish|
- Managing tasks across teams.
- Ensuring tasks are completed on time.
- Updating tasks and commenting to communicate with managers, team members, and across teams on tasks.
- Getting sign off on tasks.
- Recording what tasks are done and what tasks are coming up.
- Sharing files across teams.
- Assigning tasks to specific team members.
- Updates team members and tagged colleagues when there are changes to a task.
- Allows for a lot of personalisation when creating boards so they can be made to suit your needs.
- Offers a clear and collaborative way to manage tasks, workloads, goals, and priorities across the business.
- Better tutorials to help new users learn all the features.
- Feature to create repeat tasks.
- Board options to add groups for specific days/dates.
- Preset collum for days e.g. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc.
- Option to turn off the confetti on status update collums (not always used for status updates so the confetti doesn't always make sense).
- Option to copy without "(copy)" automatically being added to the item.
- Beautiful UX
- Easy automation for basic steps
- Reporting: saved views and filters for regular reporting based on updated data.
- Responsive design - too small and a browser window and I can't see anything anymore.
- Word wrap function could be nice.
Everybody can have their own view and it does not affect the others which makes people more willing to play and engage with the tool.
- Easy to find materials from past work projects.
- Updates provide transparency and accountability in a way that Outlook just can't support.
- Personal dashboards so you can see where you or your direct reports stand in terms of workload.
- I really can't think of anything that needs improvement.
- Order things
- Integration with make.com
- UI UX on mobile app is terrible.
- Pricing starts to be unrealistic.
- Tracking tasks
- Maintaining document and supporting information history for tasks
- Planning and overseeing big projects
- None that I can think of at the moment.
- Boards are customizable to create a process and flow that works for everyone.
- The visual aspect and use of colors help narrow in on what is important, especially compared to looking at a spreadsheet.
- It is more easily adopted and used by the team compared to other solutions.
- It is not a full excel alternative; lacking in some equation functions.
- Fell short for creating a full-fledged project schedule compared to ms project/smart sheet.
- Notifies People Via Email and/or Slack
- Adds color and vibrance to an otherwise boring spreadsheet
- Create relevant subitems without making the spreadsheet larger
- The organization of workspaces and subitems can become quite a list and not very easy to find things.
- The owner of things is not very clear
- When things become outdated or unused the item or project just sits there cluttering up the workspace.
- Ease of use
- Project management
- Link documents
- Customizable status's for multiple groups.
- Scheduling: monday.com is extremely good at scheduling and reminding when things are on the schedule.
- Automations: monday.com's automations make it extremely convenient to have items either email changes to correct people or make changes to the item when it is updated or needs to be updated.
- Storing Information: Items can be updated and information can be added extremely easily to monday.com.
- I wish there were a few more fields that could be modified in automations.
- monday.com is good at letting me know who is on a project
- monday.com is good at letting me know what the job progress is
- monday.com is good at letting me know the status of a product
- monday.com is not particularly intuitive. You really have to "hunt" and "peck" for the right buttons to update and comment on projects
- Although I'm getting the hang of the software, there is still some confusion as to where my projects are listed. After a few moments of research, I can figure out what is where.
- The "look" (graphics) of monday.com is initially confusing to look at
- It helps add, track and assign active files and place updates on each one.
- I love the "confetti" when a task is completed. It motivates me to complete even more tasks!!
- In the 2 years we've used it, we've rarely had any problems, we only call to ask how to incorporate more tools into our work flow.
- When we call for help, they always come up with solutions and even create features for our working pipeline that help us work more efficiently.
- I would like to see different color/theme templates for the tables
- It would help if each team member pipeline is editable without affecting the whole team's view of it. Ex: order of columns, size of pipeline, colors, etc
- Very clean automations.
- Extremely customizable.
- Easily manage teams.
- Endless amount of space.
- More templates.
- More training videos on how to maximize monday.
Monday.com could be a real problem solver with it's many capabilities. There are still things to be desired when it comes to the functionalities, but there has definitely been a huge progress in a short period of time.
- Database holder
- Project management software
- Visualization tool
- Collaboration place
- Planning tool
- Visualization capabilities
- Sharing capabilities - Dashboards
- Automation capabilities
- Email integration capabilities
Customer Success Management is good, responsive and caring.
- Project management
- Easy to set up
- Fairly simple to customize based on your teams' unique needs
- It can be overwhelming to customize the tool and takes time to see what works for your team.
- I wish there was some sort of set onboarding to help your team all get organized and up to date with the tool at once.
- New features are being added constantly and that can be a bit cumbersome to relearn at times.
- See changes in real time
- Kanban board makes for easy viewing
- Simple and easy to use
- Nothing at this time. Works as intended and it amazing for our team.
- Project manager.
- Activity control.
- Gantt diagram.
- Easier collaborative work for team members.
Technological projects : Assign to the members of the team different projects so that they are carried out according to the calendar of activities and support.
- Capturing requirements.
- Maintaining product backlog.
- Prioritizing items.
- Tracking statutes of requirements.
- Adding comments and additional details.
- Automating redundant tasks.
- Integration with collaborative/ productive platforms.
- Performance at some times.
- Lead control
- Control users
- Opportunities control
- Tasks control
- Dashboard panels (Columns could be modified in agree with the user)
Less appropriate: Billing / Proposals / Sales control
- Assigning tasks.
- Organizing tasks.
- Assigning a date to tasks.
- Seeing the status of a task or project.
- We've had the site crash a few times recently.
- A room reservation system would be an interesting feature.
- Publishing Social Media posts from the monday.com scheduler if possible?
- Effective and versatile to the peculiarities of K12
- Have automations and workflows that don't require my team to spend vast amounts of time verifying the completion of action items
- Allow our customers to participate in the tool that guides their projects and outcomes
- You can share boards with particular customers and have them participate as guests.
- You can set automations to remind customers of their action items.
- You can create templates in monday.com that match your own frameworks and workflows.
- Board integrations. There are a limited amount of board links you can have. We're tracking 200+ school districts at the moment (each with a board). That gets complicated.
- I love Monday Docs. I would love to see export features: Specifically HTML and/or Markdown. It's what keeps me from using it in every form for actual authoring of content (i.e. - export to WordPress). There are some hacky ways to do this - but would be cool to see.
- Some performance issues with Monday Docs. But it's new!
There still is a learning curve. Less about how to use the tool. Rather, how to have the tool support and rock your use cases and workflows. This is a particular problem in software (we face the same issue with our platform). You can figure out how to use a board. The next question is "how do a create an amazing workflow, board, framework, whatnot to support the real problem(s) I'm facing.
Indeed, everyone I know who really embraces monday.com usually takes their first creations (after a month or so) and deletes them. Better to just start over again once you really "get" how wrangle monday.com to your use cases. That was certainly true for us. (Thankfully, we were warned.)
- Great usability - Once you know the platform, it is easy to customize it to fit your needs.
- Great customer service - You can email them anytime and ask questions and they are very responsive. They will either direct you on how to accomplish what you are looking for, provide work arounds, or let the dev team know that that feature would be helpful.
- Great tutorials and resources - They have lots of YouTube video tutorials and articles on their website to help explain different features to you. They also do occasional webinars to explain new things as well.
- They have a lot of different views for the boards as well. You can see it in the normal table/line item view, but you can also create a Gantt chart view, timeline view, etc. You can also sort by a specific person and only see the items that they are assigned to, which is super helpful for my team members.
- It would be nice to be able to auto-number some groups in a board. We put numbers by prioritized projects/groups on our board, but when we re-order we have to manually re-number all of those tasks.
- It would be nice to have the ability to expand all sub-items at one time. I think this feature could be nice, but when we are reviewing the board as a team, it is not efficient to have to click each sub-item button to see those items.
- Organizes tasks by color.
- Ability to create new boards and share them with others.
- Create notifications to team members of changes to the project scope.
- The pricing plan after 5 users jumps to 10 users. No plan for 6 or 7 users, and you have to pay for 10.
- There are a limited about of colors to choose and I find having to duplicate colors.
- The name monday.com is a bit confusing when talking to an employee "You can find your task on Monday."
- Items and sub items help keep your boards organized
- Automated workflows make it easy to notify team members exactly when you need it to
- Dashboards help visualize progress as you begin working on and completing items
- Importing Excel docs can sometimes be a struggle
- Notifications are not consolidated. So if a teammate makes a new board and assigns me to a bunch of items, I get an individual notification of every single one
- I like sub-items, but they aren’t always necessary so making them unremovable isn’t great
- Project management
- Project communications
- Automation and systems integration
- Ease of adding integrations and automation. It's good. I just think it could be easier to manage the multitude necessary on some boards we've built.
- Easy UI.
- Project management.
- Customization over email updates.