Overall Satisfaction with monday.com
We use monday.com to organize our projects, workstreams, tasks, and resources to deliver the results we're looking for. We also have teams using it to intake work requests, but I am not familiar with the details of that process other than that it is a capability the product has and that team is very happy with it.
- Burn down indicator on project & task due dates.
- Adjusting column/field sizes for various items instead of one uniform/automatic size.
- Switching from board to timeline views is better than experiences with other tools.
- No suggestions from me.
Its branding as easy to use is very accurate. Compared to something like Smartsheet, I don't feel like I'm missing functionality, but it is much easier to use. I'm sure it is missing functionality, but nothing I or most other people I know actually use, and what we did use in Smartsheet, monday.com is much easier to access the same functionality. Beyond that, I am able to use a lot of functionality that was simply too difficult to do in Smartsheet, so that is great!
As long as I have been using it, monday.com has had no noticeable bugs or outages.
Do you think monday.com delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with monday.com's feature set?
Did monday.com live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of monday.com go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy monday.com again?
Monday.com is in a very saturated field. Overall I rank it above Asana for ease of use, communicating with stakeholders, and organizing resources. The biggest issue I see with it is that it isn't massively differentiated and that it still won't solve most of the issues people tend to buy these things for. If you have a crappy process for staffing and organizing projects, monday.com isn't a magic bullet to solve that. If you have a decent process and need tech that helps augment that process, it will be great.