What You'll Discover In This Episode:
You can stop being mad at me now.
In several previous episodes I teased that I was using a new project management program and loved it even more than Trello which I had been using and liked a lot.
My excitement didn’t allow me to be totally quiet but I didn’t think it smart to unveil the program before because I had been given special access to version 2.0 that they hadn’t rolled out yet and a few glitches were still being worked out.
Well, glitches or not (most of them are fixed!), my preferred project management program rocks and version 2.0 is on the market!
As they claim, ClickUp is One app to replace them all. Tasks, docs, chat, goals, timelines, reminders.
Well, maybe it can’t replace every single app (I love my Netflix!) but it’s a one stop shop that will meet most of your project management needs.
You no longer need to jump around from program to program and pay subscriptions for each.
Whether you’re a small team of five or a corporation of 500, ClickUp was created to be customizable to meet any business’ needs.
Don’t take my word for it though. In this week’s episode of Productivity Straight Talk, I sit down with the Founder and CEO of ClickUp, Zeb Evans, who has a lot to say on the matter.
Zeb takes us through his journey of dropping out of college, entering the tech field not even knowing how to code, starting several software companies with over $100 million in revenue, and launching ClickUp because there was an internal need for it in one of his businesses, and scaling his new found baby. We dive into ClickUp’s functionalities, struggles, customer-focused mission, and where the program is headed.
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Zeb Evans is a serial entrepreneur that's started several software companies with over $100 million in revenue. Currently, he's founder and CEO at ClickUp, a productivity platform where people plan their work.