Overall Satisfaction with monday.com
We use monday.com in a few departments to help organize projects, long-term roadmaps, and daily new and recurring tasks. monday.com helps us address the business problem of having too many good ideas without a way to organize, plan, and strategize for all of them at once by giving us a structured place to brain dump and move qualified ideas through a workflow pipeline.
- Organize ideas for short- and long-term projects
- Move projects through project stages
- Prioritize tasks and to-dos
- Keep all team members on the same page
- Additional functionality for automations
- A toggle to visually de-clutter full boards and only show priority items (when you have a lot to do, it can get overwhelming to see everything at once)
- A way to boomerang/re-bubble up items at specified dates. Sometimes I know I won't have the bandwidth for a specific project/task until X time, but I want to keep it on my radar. If I put it on a different board/group, I'll forget to bring it back up, so a way to say "move this item to this group on X date" would be a game-changer
- Easier setup of project management boards
- Easier project tracking
- Stops tasks from falling through the cracks
For me, monday.com didn't need any training on figuring out how to use it. I did watch a number of instructional videos to make sure I was using it to its fullest ability, but I easily could have gotten up and running without additional help.
monday.com has always worked as designed for me. It's been very reliable and has been a tool our team can count on.
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monday.com is great for organizing big projects and keeping all the smaller to-dos on your radar. We have been using it to organize updates to our ATS/CRM software, and overall it has been great. The big difficulty we have is in organizing the smaller tasks that make up the projects without cluttering things up. We have around 150 projects that each has 3-30 sub-steps, some more intensive than others. monday.com has subitems we could layer in, but expanding those/tracking each of those individually gets overwhelming to scroll/sort through