Monday also requires an upgrade to get the full list of features, but its free version includes 200 boards and 20 column types to create all kinds of “pulses” to work from.
Monday’s paid pricing plans start at $6/user/month and Asana’s start at $10.99/user/month. The paid plans for Asana include access to its new Workflow Builder, which helps you create automated processes to coordinate your teams.
Both Monday and Asana have enterprise pricing options for larger organizations that need them.
For Asana vs Monday, they both offer very similar features you’d expect for a project management tool. It comes down to a personal preference for UX design and the user experience of how work progress is visualized.
It may be worth doing a free trial of both to see how they compare with each other. Either way, both platforms are excellent options for workflow management for small and midsize teams.
Have you used Asana or Monday? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below about which features and capabilities you like the best.