Integromat allows one to connect apps and APIs together and is an integral component of any no-code stack. One can also fetch data from an external API without writing any code!
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All are good options for process management. If you need to throw in workflow automation, check out Integromat!
Do you prefer either of the apps in your work? I've used Process Street in a few projects, and Pipedrive more as a CRM though hadn't thought of using it for process management. Haven't tried Kissflow yet!
Let me know how that goes!
Haha OK so ClickUp is awesome because it is a proper project management tool that is beautiful and highly-customizable. It has every feature you need and also many that you probably don't. It is not exactly a Notion alternative especially if you use Notion for wikis. But for everything else, especially task management, roadmaps, etc., it is far superior than Notion.
Why Notion is overrated? Well here's why
The core use case Notion serves is taking notes or documenting stuff. When you take notes and document stuff, one of the goals is to easily an a quickly copy text and paste it elsewhere. Doing this on Notion is super annoying as you might already know. Copying a piece of text is not intuitive, requires additional clicks and if your text is being down in blocks and you paste that on say an email body, you spend more time just adding spaces and formatting the text. WTF.
Makes sense. Notion's a notes app with project management tacked on (and some oddities from that); ClickUp is a project management app with notes tacked on.
I've got a full list of apps to try from you now!
@iCanAutomate I feel you on the copy/past stuff...but I really like the flexibility of Notion overall. Being able to spin up kanban boards within docs is super useful.
What do you like most about ClickUp compared to tools like Trello and Asana? This space has gotten so crowded the past couple years!
Clickup looks a bit over-engineers. So many options and features. I'd be afraid that it would get in the way of actually getting work done. I haven't spend much time with Clickup by any means, but I feel Basecamp is a happy medium. It's more minimal feature-set actually helps it to stay out of the way. I'll take a closer look at Clickup nonetheless!
god the design of this discussion forum sucks. I'm not coming bank until they allow us to edit comments. JUST USE DISCOURSE PEOPLE. I can't even find my own comments here.
ClickUp is highly customizable. Once you use it, you can't help but fall in love. And the UI is just sexy!
It absolute does! In fact, I honestly think that Notion adopted the block system from Gitbook.
Very cool. I need to try it out.
Notion is overrated as hell. ClickUp is underrated as hell. I use both and can say this with utmost conviction.
That is amazing.
Ok we're now going to need your detailed breakdown of what makes ClickUp so good—and Notion so overrated!
🤦♂️ we need to add image support for comments. that was supposed to be a "shots fired" GIF.
Not exactly for notes but for important stuff that is to be shared with amongst various teams, we use Gitbook.
Does this let you edit plain text files and commit them with Git, while still having that nice of an interface? If so, that would be magical!
Coda/Retool + Integromat for Internal apps. Bubble/Thukable + Integromat for external apps. We recently wrote an article about this: https://blog.integromat.com/every-tool-you-need-to-build-without-code-9a63e54a58e5
Right on! I lead growth at Integromat and I couldn't agree more! :)
It's an incredible productivity tool packed with features and very affordable too. We rely on it for all our collaboration/task management needs and it works really well. And to top it off, it's extremely well-designed.
That's interesting to hear about a product that is already perceived to be very expensive, especially if you have thousands of MTUs to track.
We do have a pretty low price right now since our volume is low. Maybe when we're 10x bigger I won't be soooo stoked with the pricing, but @ $120/mo. for 10,000 MTUs, it's a phenomenal value.
Hey that is really interesting to hear. Have you had a chance to look at Integromat yet?
Hi Arpit - I had explored Integromat when I initially set out on a search to automate but at the time, there were a few integrations available on Zapier that the tool didn't yet include. I hadn't taken a look at their integration list since then but a quick glance shows they've expanded massively and are definitely worth revisiting.
To my point above, we happen to use Zapier but I believe that a connection/automation platform, in general, is such an undervalued tool and can help companies and individuals save countless hours and dollars overall.