I know there are similar threads to this but I feel it is worth a new post since Coda continues to evolve and grow with new features.
We have been using Coda for relatively light project management with small 2-4 person teams, for the last couple months. We have a setup containing personal work view, Milestone/Objective/Item tracking, weekly sprints, and a master “All Tasks” doc that uses cross doc to pull in tasks across projects.
So far we really like the streamlined workflows compared to bigger PM software that have a lot of bloat or locked out higher-tier features.
I’m considering adding in original time estimates, multiple actual time-spent entries per item, and corresponding views for different types of reporting and projection.
I know there have been users here that have put significant effort into this over the last year, and have experience with a lot of other PM popular products like Wrike, Asana, Jira or Clickup. There have been big improvements to Coda in areas like permissions, sharing and accounts in that time frame.
If you can share your current take on Coda’s use as a standalone replacement of those types of tools for more detailed Project Management with 5-30 team members, and thousands of tasks, it would be really helpful and appreciated! Are there critical aspects of Coda in 2020, like performance, that make it a difficult choice? Or features that those other products offer out-of-the box that make the time spent in Coda not worth it?