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Tom's Planner Pricing

Pricing overview

Value for money rating

4.6

/5

9

Price starts from

9.95

Per month

Per Feature

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Pricing details

Professional Plan - $9.95/month (up to 20 live Gantt charts)
Unlimited Plan - $19.95/month (unlimited live Gantt charts)

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Overall Rating
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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Tom's Planner Review

Reviewed 4 years ago

I like it so far except for the pricing. For a software that takes times to put together and something that we just refer to on a weekly basis, it's quite expensive and also limited in terms of how many we can store on the system. It's a bit of hassle deleting old projects to make room for new ones. Upgrading from 10 to unlimited is a bit ridiculous if I were to only use 20, but have to pay way more than my initial budget. However, I still do enjoy using this software.

Pros

I like that Tom's Planner is easy to use and customizable.

Cons

What I like least is that when there's a long range of data on the dates, the exported images can get really small. It's hard to find the gantt chart data useful when the data are so squished and small. Is there a way around that?