Andra Vomir: Here's how to pick a project manager in less than 1 minute. First, which tools to avoid.
Notion. It's not a project manager, it's not even close. it's a knowledge base.
Monday.com is the jack of all trades. They're trying to do too many things, including trying to be a CRM, so they're the master of none.
ClickUp's also trying to be an all-in-one tool, which means they're super buggy and their features are kind of overwhelming and confusing.
Asana is great for large teams 200 employees+, if you have complex processes and projects, and you can afford a consultant to help you set it up.
After using Asana for 7 years, we just switched to Motion in the recent year, because Motion is great for teams that have less than 100 employees we just switched to them this past year after using Asana for 7 years.
They're the ultimate platform for time management they keep all of our tasks, personal and work-related and projects and meetings in one place, which is which is on our calendar. It's super clever. Check it out!
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