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Plan, organize, and track your projects in a single, collaborative space
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December 4, 2018
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Whether you're developing the next great app or kickstarting a company, you're going to need a team to back you up along the way. And, while the Web makes connecting with team members easier than ever, keeping them all on the same page can get tricky amidst all the Skype calls, email chains, and other digital clutter. Enter monday.com, the intuitive team management tool that helps you plan, organize, and track your goals all in a single, collaborative space. You can net a two-week free trial today.

Simple, but not simplistic, monday.com sets its users up with an intuitive template for their workflows. You can customize it based on what's important for your team, using columns to visualize your projects, track time, see what your team members are working on, and more. From there, inviting team members is as simple as sending an email, and monday.com keeps all of your correspondence, documents, and the like centralized, so you don't have to waste time hunting for what you need.

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monday.com equips you with planning tools that let you map out tasks across your entire team and track their progress as they go. That way, you can take otherwise intimidating projects and break them down into digestible chunks that your team can handle. monday.com also integrates with a number of popular tools, like Slack, Trello, Dropbox, and Google Drive.

With monday.com in your corner, collaboration is easier than ever. You can try it for yourself today with a two-week free trial.

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