Hope you are doing well and looking forward to a wonderful week ahead. Sometimes during the month of October 2020 , we added a video from Al Chen
which had a summary on task dependencies
in Google sheets , ClickUp, Monday, Wrike, SmartSheet, Notion, Coda . The reason this video was published in notionvideos.com was because it compared Notion and the other mentioned tools for Task Dependencies. Tom Solid
, also published a video comparing
ClickUp , Notion, Asana & Monday towards the end of October 2020.
, popular Notiono ( a term used by the official @NotionHQ twitter handle)
published a video towards the end of November “A permanent switch would be coming ”
. This was followed by a video on 13 December 2020, from another popular Notion expert Mariana’s Study Corner
, Will ClickUp be the ultimate replacement for Notion ? .
Last week, Clickup
announced that they raised $100m for their Series B at a $1 billion valuation. This prompted me to take a closer look at Clickup and see why so many productivity experts from the Notion Community are looking at it seriously. This issue of Insights looks at Clickup and Notion. A clickup video database in Notion is available for download in this issue .
Clickup, claims that it is the only productivity platform that replaces all other workplace apps across organizations. Clickup announced that it has raised a $100 million Series B round, bringing its total funding to $135 million. The canadian-based venture fund, Georgian, led the round, with participation from Craft Ventures. With more than 900% revenue growth in the past year, ClickUp’s extraordinary virality among users is a testament to both the strong community it has built and the market demand for a streamlined productivity platform that replaces all other work and productivity software.
Founded in 2017, ClickUp has quickly become one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies thanks to its comprehensive feature set and high-touch customer service. Combined with this new funding, it is positioned to lead the productivity management software market, which is expected to exceed $102B by 2027. Today 200,000 teams worldwide, including those at Google, Nike, Uber, Netflix, and Airbnb, use ClickUp for everything from project management to chat, docs, time management, wikis, goals and OKRs, and dashboards. All ClickUp features are available in one highly-customizable, easy-to-use platform that works for all users and all departments in an organization.