Coda vs. All-in-one Project Management Tools Compared
Considering an alternative to Clickup, Wrike, Airtable, Notion, Asana, or Monday.com? These guides compare Coda with other project management and all-in-one platforms, complete with Coda templates to try.
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Wrike’s folder hierarchy makes Wrike a more traditional project management system. The default view of your tasks is a spreadsheet view which can be viewed as a timeline, Gantt chart, or calendar. Project managers can see all the activity that’s happening on the project in an “inbox.” Extra features and customizations can increase the monthly price.
With Coda, you can build the flexibility into your project management system using basic formulas for sorting and filtering your tasks. Learn more. 👇
Airtable vs Coda
$12 per person per month includes 5,000 total rows and 5,000 automations in your
If you’re looking for the next generation of spreadsheets, you’ve found it. Airtable takes a relational database and provides users apps to build their own business solutions.
Coda unifies data, both structured and unstructured, onto one surface. By placing your relational database and project brief side-by-side, Coda helps you create a comprehensive project management hub. Learn more. 👇
Notion vs. Coda
$5 per user per month includes unlimited pages/blocks, guests, and file uploads. The Free plan gives unlimited pages/blocks and up to five guests for free. See more on
Notion allows you to create a collaborative wiki with your teammates. You can also add lists of data that can be filtered by different columns so you can see your data in different ways. This makes Notion pretty powerful for task management since you can view tasks that are in progress, assigned to a specific person, etc.
Coda increases your team’s current functionality with powerful automations, buttons, and integrations. Learn more. 👇
Asana vs Coda
$13.49 per user per month includes unlimited tasks and projects with some additional features, like task dependencies and timeline view. The Free plan also has unlimited tasks and projects, but with a 15 teammate limit. See more on
Asana allows teams to manage and collaborate on tasks. The main view is a list of tasks you can filter and view in different ways (like a kanban board). Timelines and dashboards allow time-tracking and gives project managers insight into how the project is progressing. Automations can streamline repetitive tasks.
Coda’s innovative table views, options, and formulas allow you to build a more complex project management system. Learn more. 👇
Monday.com vs Coda
$12 per user per month includes guest access that is charged for every 4 guests you invite (4 guests billed as 1 user). Includes 250 actions per month for integrations and automations. Free plan doesn’t include automations or guests. See more on
Monday.com focuses on task management. Out of the box, tasks are grouped into common buckets like project status (e.g. in progress, not started, done). There is some built in color-coding so you can see which tasks are delayed. View tasks on a gantt chart or by person.
Coda brings your task management and write-ups in a single place—no more toggling to reconcile your tasks and brainstorm/planning sessions. Learn more. 👇
A few of the 25,000+ teams that 🏃♀️ on Coda.
Coda is an all-in-one doc for your team’s unique processes — the rituals that help you succeed. Teams that use Coda get rid of hundreds of documents, spreadsheets, and even bespoke apps, to work quickly and clearly in one place. This template is a Coda doc. Click around to explore.