Good but expensive
January 23, 2020
Good but expensive
Score 5 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with monday.com
We used monday.com for our project management. We make books and there's a long process for how to make them. We were using a spreadsheet to keep track of everything and we needed a better system. We needed something that was beautiful and easy as we managed our books. It solved the problem of project management.
- Less time trying to organize a spreadsheet, and more time getting the job done.
- Because it's a beautiful software, it was easy to get people on board.
Monday.com is definitely a good platform—it has the things you need if someone is looking for a project management software, but we found Airtable and Google Sheets as fine alternatives to what we wanted at a lower price. Teamwork was also good and they had a free version for us to use too. I think Monday.com should have a free version.
We didn't actively ask for support for monday.com, but they had automated emails with tools and things for us to consider as we started monday.com. Other than that, I wouldn't be able to speak into the overall support of monday.com. They weren't really proactive during the trial period, but rather were trying to get me to sign up for a monthly plan.
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Monday.com was okay. I see it as a beautiful version of Google Sheets, but we couldn't justify the cost of it being the primary tool that we used. If someone is looking for a project management software that was beautiful and kept their team on track, and they had the budget for it, I would recommend it. For a small start-up like us, we couldn't justify the monthly price in comparison to the competition.