A team management software for streamlining and automating task and project management needs.

Product Overview

Monday.com is a task and project management platform known for its ease of use and comprehensive feature set. It stands out for its intuitive user interface, which simplifies task management and workflow creation. The platform also offers a wide range of integrations with other apps, enhancing its functionality.


  • Clean, intuitive design
  • Free for up to 2 seats (Individual)
  • Integrates with Google Workspace and Slack
  • Multiple views (Calendar, chart, files, Kanban, map, and timeline)
  • Offers iOS and Android mobile apps


  • Does have additional costs
  • Difficult to find clients when they have multiple projects

Target Market

Business teams, freelancers, nonprofits, schools, and personal users.

About Monday.com

Monday.com Review: 2024 Pros, Cons, Features

With Monday.com, you can create dashboards to gain insights into your company and track the work progress. Views available include:

  • Calendar View
  • Chart View
  • Files View
  • Kanban View
  • Map View
  • Timeline View


  • Templates
  • Customizations
  • Team sharing
  • Team collaboration
  • Project overviews
Starting Price
$8 /user/month
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Product Overview

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User Reviews of Monday.com

Submitted on December 15th, 2023 by Bwire Godfrey

Easy to use

The Good…

Easy to use

The Bad…

No dislike

Submitted on August 21st, 2019 by Francesco

monday.com is a project management resource (previously DaPulse) that provides a way for teams to manage tasks, projects and goals. From medium enterprises to small agencies and businesses, Monday provides a need for those professionals and teams. It is a powerful team management platform. It balances traditional project management like boards with timelines, calendar, kanban, and more interactive views.

Before investing money into this application I’d make sure it’s right for you. I used it previously with another company. I found it really easy to use and we were always updating stuff pretty smoothly.

Submitted on June 10th, 2019 by Dave Foy

I’ve been using Monday.com for a few weeks and while the potential is huge, I couldn’t quite settle on a board structure that worked for my own video production business. That is, until I watched some YouTube videos to figure it out.

Submitted on February 26th, 2019 by Kelsey Brannan

I’ve tried many things to help my workflow such as manual processes via notebooks, but I wasted too much paper. It didn’t do the job. I needed something with structure. I tried a whiteboard, which was good for writing down ideas, but then after more and more ideas, my whiteboard was too clustered. I couldn’t understand what was a good idea vs a bad idea, and what I should prioritized.

As my YouTube business grew, Google Calendar helped but that was just for events. Luckily I found Monday.com. Basically it’s an endless whiteboard and team management tool to basically outline every aspect of your video production workflow. I have it broken down into 5 different boards to encompass my entire business on YouTube. This includes weekly team tasks, YouTube videos, social media, blogs, and my Patreon.

It doesn’t even have to be for video production companies. It can be used for HR, engineers, photographers, students, teachers… it’s endless. Freelancer, small company, big company, the possibilities are endless.

I’m not pushing this as something that will work for everyone, as one tool does not fit all, but it has helped me a lot. As a YouTuber and a creator, you can get overwhelmed with things, and this software gives me a piece of mind so I can set priority levels for my ideas.

Submitted on February 1st, 2019 by Anonymous

This is a project management software for many aspects of business. Some of the things you can do is make a board. A board can be whatever you want it to be.

Overall this is something that can boost productivity. I think it’s a good investment. I think I spent under $100/month which is nothing for a company looking to take on project management because the losses that you have from not managing your resources effectively is way more impactful than $50 out the door. The visibility on your efficiency and efforts is invaluable.