We are starting to develop a new product, and we need to decide between Jira and ClickUp as our project and product management tool. We are using Bitbucket for the repository, and we know it is from Atlassian, so it prompts the question, which one to choose.
Jira with close eyes, easier, better integrations and works great with agile methodologies.
It will let you plan and execute while measuring everything which in turn gives you the ability to optimize the dev cycle and find bottlenecks.
You can create a backlog of stories and plan sprints to execute them. This is critical y you have aloe budget or are starting out.
Very mature and a great community behind it.
Clickup. These guys are hungry, and development speed is great. Numerous integrations and great out-of-the-box functionality + you can have all product marketing in it too. It's all about context switching, leading to cognitive overload. We found Clickup like an all-in-one solution. Onboarding, documentation, processes flow, goals, high level workload overview, you name it. + you can easily onboard a client to a dedicated area for them to be able to participate. Permissions and role, Teams and Slack integrations are great. Check this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ_ThEF2sL0 , you can add to templates any agile workflow you like. A bit of a learning curve, but as soon as you realize that this is notion on steroids, you are good to go. Disclosure - I am not affiliated with Clickup, just a happy producer using it to run our online school full cycle. Copywriters, designers, devs, product managers. It was a rough start, but with decent amount of onboarding and training it becomes THE TOOL.
Thank you Mikhail.
Thank you Daniel!