Overall Satisfaction with TalentCards
We work remotely from all over the world. On top of collaborating with each other, we also learn new skills from one another. For example, coding. Our programmers use many different platforms to build games like Godot and Unity. At some point, a Unity developer was able to teach a Godot developer how to efficiently set up a scene in Unity for the first time by using the Card system in TalentCards. They were easy to layout and teach the development step by step. I think it was a great time-saver over Zoom Meetings which we usually do because we do not have to all sync in different timezones with finding the perfect time to get together and learn new things. TalentCards can be made ahead of time and shared with the entire team.
- Easy to Use
- Has both a Free Version and a Trial Version to test
- Great for teaching important steps when learning new material
- It isn't hard to learn but it would be great if they had chat support if you get stuck.
- I have found a bit of lag in between cards
- No real complaint, it is a great system
- Easy to add info as it becomes available
- Great way to learn important info in small doses
- Perfect for small businesses
- Atlassian JIRA Align (formerly AgileCraft)
They don't compare, it is two different products, but Jira helps manage products and keeps a virtual to-do list. While TalentCards is something that can be added to Jira's list as a scheduled learning session. I haven't used any product close to TalentCards before. We were looking for different ways to learn together and this software really fit the bill.
Do you think TalentCards delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with TalentCards's feature set?
Did TalentCards live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of TalentCards go as expected?
Would you buy TalentCards again?
TalentCard is a great system to use for Learning small amounts of helpful information, in tiny lessons from anywhere. I think that it has the potential to be perfect in some ways if perhaps allow the students/learners to respond and ask questions in detail. Right now, I'd say since most things are taken from the cards as we learn, card customization would be an excellent feature.