Podio vs Asana Comparison Chart

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Reviews

Rodrigo Ibañez

The most complete solution due to Flexibility and Numbers management (MONEY!)

2015-09-17

I've try other apps as Asana and Trello, but the features that definitely make Podio our choice are; -FLEXIBILITY, to handle everything you need on the way you need, just need to take a couple of hours to learn/configure or use the pre-configure Apps Packages.

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Source: Capterra
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Response from Podio


Thanks so much for the feedback Rodrigo - we're thrilled to hear you and the team have found great value in using Podio!

Cheers,
Julia & Team Podio

Podio Reviews
Podio
The flexible way to manage projects with clients
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Anonymous
(Internet company, 1-10 employees)
Verified Reviewer

Very nice App for distributed project management

2017-08-17

Pros

Easy to use, friendly, modern and intuitive design. Very nice if you only need a project management tool.

Cons

In this sense Podio is more complete (and difficult to use...)

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Time used: 1-2 years

Frequency of use: Weekly

Likelihood to recommend

8/10
Source: GetApp
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Asana Reviews
Asana
Project and work management for teams of all sizes.
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Chad Wimberly

Full featured task management for small teams

2018-10-21

I use Asana every day with my coworkers and project manager for website development and maintenance. we've tried several other task management systems, and even went to the more full-featured Podio for a few months.

Pros

Asana is a fast and easy-to-use task management system that's great for Agile development and small team project management. It has Integrations with time tracking software and the app is rock solid. One of my favorite features compared to other task management software is infinite child tasks. Any task in any project can have an infinite number of subtasks, each with their own dependencies, assignments, and due dates. This allows you to take big and complex projects and turn them into bite-sized check boxes, which is a exactly what a task management system is supposed to do. They also handle attachments really well.

Cons

I'm still a little salty that there's no native desktop app for Mac or PC, but there are ways around it. Another small con is that after you create a project, it's stuck in that layout forever. If you use the trello-style board when you create the project, you can't switch back to the normal layout. I would also like smarter sorting options when viewing "my tasks". Currently their start and end dates feature is kind of at odds with the sort-by-date feature.

Rating breakdown

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Ease of use
Features

Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

9/10
Source: Capterra
Helpful?   Yes   No
Asana Reviews
Asana
Project and work management for teams of all sizes.
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