Alternative products to Microsoft Planner

10 alternative and related products to Microsoft Planner

Microsoft Planner

The project management tool for Office


Organize anything, together

Trello is a web-based project management application with a beautiful card-based UI.

Arthur Eudeline
Arthur Eudeline- Web developer f***ing proven technophile
Really cool, even't there is some pro features, the free plan offers all you need in 95% (even more) of the time ! Don't hesitate to use it, even if the kaban method can look a little bit scary if it's the first time that you use it. But for teams, it's very usefull to use and each project ("board" in Trello) can be interconnected with other services like Go… See more
Nguyen Van Nam
Nguyen Van Nam- Mình là người sưu tầm tượng gỗ đẹp
We started using Trello a few months after I first joined Product Hunt and I pretty much instantly fell in love with it!
Dr Mani
Dr Mani- Author of 'Knife At A Gunfight'
I've used it and found it very helpful to stay organized.
62 Alternatives to Trello


Simple project management for developers

Eighty9 💻
Eighty9 💻- Web Developer
Really great and simple to use
Peter Park
Peter Park- Founder & CEO, ConnectHealth
We've tried Trello, Pivotal Tracker, Asana, and Zube. All are good, but Zube is definitely our go-to project management tool now. Clean & simple UI, integrates with Github Issues, perfect for managing our sprints and working across our whole team.
18 Alternatives to Zube


Visual collaboration made easy

Upwave is a collaboration platform. Based on Nordic design principles, Upwave is the most visual, flexible and intuitive platform. Teams in 30 countries around the globe use Upwave to save time and money by reducing endless meetings, mails and messages. It increases productivity, improves collaboration and eliminates bottlenecks.

7 Alternatives to Upwave
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