Overall Satisfaction with monday.com
Monday.com is a very fleshed-out software that has a load of flexibility for its users. We used it as our one-stop-shop for all our task management and follow-ups. We used it for construction project management and meeting management as well. When you have information from 100+ sources in your company, creating one source of truth & one consolidated language for the entire company to rally behind is an essential benefit.
- Better communications.
- Delegation of tasks ease of use.
- Tracking information.
I think they have some fairly good templates and it's simple to use for those familiar with the type of software, to begin with. I think for people who don't have any experience with project management software it can be daunting. Some first-time user start-up guides would go a long way.
I never really had to use the support for Monday.com, which I believe speaks to the overall stability and usability of the software. If you don't have any real issues, there won't be any real need for support! For once or twice I did need to find something, the user forum was pretty good and information-rich.
We have absolutely no issues with downtime during the time we used monday.com. The feature set was really not truly lacking anything for most teams. I believe the overall experience of using this software is incredible and will be an awesome boon for most teams or companies of medium to small sizes.
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We ultimately decided some of the feature set that is provided for us through Asana was a better fit for our organization, so we made the switch over to this instead. The goal-setting, integrations, workflow, and automation fit our organization's structure and flowed well with the systems and software we utilized. Monday.com is well suited for those who are not as deeply integrated into any one network of software (Microsoft, google, apple, etc).