@YvetteLans and I have been working with ClickUp for quite some time, but permissions is probably the only thing that is working well inside ClickUp. The system is very fragile and bugs happen all the time. Yes, the permissions in Fibery need improvement, but like they said, it’s not that easily done.
There is a big difference between Fibery and ClickUp and in the way challenges are handled. It looks like ClickUp is choosing to add as many new shiney objects as possible. Making the framework of the software unstable, slower and buggier. While Fibery focuses less on shiney objects and fast implementation. In my opinion, Fibery is choosing quality over quantity. Good solutions, without compromising the quality of the software.
Most of the times, you can create a workaround to get what you want for the time being. Up untill what you prefere is a native function in Fibery.
Just wanted to share our experience with you before you make a choice.
Just felt like sharing after reading your comment, Marloes.
We have very similar experience with ClickUp as you describe. It has a lot of features and is very flexible, but far too brittle and slow, and not reliable enough for us to trust for documenting anything important. We have been using ClickUp for a couple of years, but have now started a move to Fibery, which so far exceeds my expectations.
Same here kinda. My company is currently segmented between some of Business Line A using Monday m, some of Business Line B using Zoho Projects, and everyone else kinda just doing random spreadsheets, emails, and notes. I’ve used or tried all the big names, and Fibery is the best balance of current amazing usability with methodical quality improvements overtime. Workarounds are possible for most things, and it can be annoying sometimes, but then I know if they just pulled a ClickUp and started adding it all in all Willy nilly, it just wouldn’t have that Fibery magic, so I super appreciate that.
The lack of streamlined native notifications with easy external reach is a bit of a bear, but I’m reworking my project/task management system to utilize Trello for most of that stuff and just pull in to Fibery via the native 1-way integration for relations to all my other entity types until Fibery nails the notification piece…perhaps 2-way integration with Trello could bridge the gap since it is an atlassian product and they already have Jira’s 2-way sync pretty much figured out?
Great to see you’re putting focus on knowledge management. Not sure if this is covered by knowledge management, so a few comments based on our paint points:
it’s very frustrating to search for where a document sits in a tree when you open it via link. Breadcrumbs would be very helpful.
following from above - tree hierarchy is currently not used for search - which means we often need to duplicate information in document/view name. For deeper hierarchies you end up with patterns like “Rainbow Corp → Rainbow Corp Meeting Notes → Rainbow Corp Meeting Notes 2023 Feb 05”
when query gives a lot of results you will often find yourself wanting to sort results in recency order or filter results using another criteria. I could imagine this solved by either allowing filtering on rich text in the view filters or extending global search feature (eg “query sort:[Date] name:EndsWith(‘right’)”.
This is desperately needed! Any way to show closed entities in Search would be a big bonus right now, thanks!
I guess index comments in search still on on the radar? Would really love to have this since we have probably most of our valuable content in comments right now…and when you come up with the new communication system, I feel like at that time indexing comments will be requisite…
It allows to reduce used tokens a lot. Haven’t experimented with it enough to see how lossless it’s but I guess it’s a matter of correct prompt.
“Inventing assembler again” ))
Thinking out loud you can probably fine-tune a model to an algorithm if it’s giving good results. That there should be no need to pass the original algorithm to the model every-time. Though that is just a hypothesis.
I would like to see table improvements as well! I love all of the other improvements that we’ve got recently, but a fully featured table view would get rid of a lot of janky report views and make my whole process much cleaner.