Quem usa Clubhouse?
O Clubhouse é ideal para equipes de software Agile de médio porte que buscam uma ferramenta de gestão de projetos estilo Kanban com recursos empresariais, mas que seja simples de configurar e usar.
O que é Clubhouse?
O Clubhouse é uma plataforma rápida e organizada de gestão de projetos para equipes de software Agile planejarem, criarem e lançarem produtos melhores. Ele combina a quantidade certa de simplicidade e estrutura para manter as equipes de software felizes e produtivas. O Clubhouse foi criado para desenvolvedores e oferece um conjunto robusto de integrações populares (GitHub, GitLab, Slack), além de uma API bem elaborada para automatizar fluxos de trabalho. Teste gratuitamente por 14 dias, sem necessidade de cartão de crédito.
Clubhouse - Informação
Fundada em 2015
Clubhouse - Preços
Clubhouse a partir de 8,50 US$/mês. Clubhouse possui uma versão gratuita e oferece versão de teste grátis. Veja mais informações sobre preços do Clubhouse abaixo.
Recursos do Clubhouse
Clubhouse - Avaliações
Exibindo 5 de 141 avaliações
Avaliado em 25/04/2019
Clubhouse vs Jira? Clubhouse wins.
Comentários: I have previously used Fogbugz, Jira, Trello, and a few others, and Clubhouse is the clear winner. You will find some of what I mention here applicable to something like Jira; contains depth, customer service request and issue tracking are highly visible, can be simple to use. But it would be like saying a burger from McDonald's is the same as the burger from Raoul's in NY; they both have buns, a meat patty, and you can create depth with the condiments! You could say that, but you'd be a fool. Are you a large org with cash to burn, needing extreme amounts of control, and customization, with mandated workflows? Jira has your answer. Are you a small/medium team that needs a fantastic feature & project tracking tool that works great out of the box? Clubhouse is hands down the best.
Vantagens: I find the product to be very simple at the surface with deep capabilities. Previously, we were using Jira and I found the software to be overkill for many of the tasks that we perform. Additionally, so much of Jira's useful functionality (and the Atlassian suite as a whole) is hidden behind paywalls, 3rd party addon services, and little gouges along the way. I absolutely abhor that practice so finding Clubhouse was a godsend. Customer service has been prompt and helpful, and though they have not implemented my feature request, I at least know that it has been prioritized. Team collaboration is great with their Slack integration. My team posts bugs, hotfixes, feature requests in the proper project, and I am automatically notified via Slack. The whole team has visibility to their request's progress.
Desvantagens: Navigating the nomenclature of Stories, Epics, Projects, Milestones, and how they should fit together is a bit taxing at first and takes getting used to. It would be helpful to have visual guides for someone like myself, but the documentation is available and well written. This is where I discovered the depth of capabilities in Clubhouse. You can very simply manage your project with Stories, and you can very finely tune your progress and visibility by getting to know these different groupings.
Avaliado em 25/04/2019
Perfect Balance Between Simplicity and Power
Comentários: Clubhouse has given us a great workflow which minimises the reliance on human input while maximising the oversight we have on the work we have in progress. For our team it strikes the perfect balance between the simplicity of Trello with the best bits of more powerful tools like Jira - minus all of the bloat. I would highly recommend it for the sake that because it's developer focused, our developers actually don't mind using it. At the end of the day, your tool is only going to be as good as the effort your team is willing to put into using it so this is definitely something that isn't to be overlooked.
Vantagens: Unlike other agile management platforms, Clubhouse is setup that you can get a lot of value from the simple Kanban board with the option to go deeper and track more in depth insights into the progress of your work. We moved to Clubhouse from a setup of Trello with a ton of extensions to help manage the extra tracking we wanted to be doing, and I think the best analogy I can make is that Clubhouse is like Trello on steroids. But in saying that, it's far simpler and more effective than other bloated tracking software like Jira or Pivotal Tracker - which in my opinion try to please the managers who want a lot of fancy yet ultimately meaningless metrics at the expense of user experience for the development team who ultimately has to spend time keeping it up to date. The GitHub integration which automatically moves cards as they progress through pull requests is a great example of how Clubhouse has considered that the development team is ultimately the user of the platform, and should be designed around getting them to use it effectively rather than bloating it for the sake of what management think looks good.
Desvantagens: There isn't anything major that I would complain about, but there are some improvements like showing epic burn down charts by points instead of the number of stories that I've asked for a few times but haven't been implemented. The reporting functionality also has a few bugs, but nothing major that stops it from being valuable.
Avaliado em 17/01/2020
A little difficult to get used to, but once you're there it's great
Comentários: It really benefitted our tech organization, but as a marketer I didn't find it as intuitive as I would've liked
Vantagens: I do like the many ways you can label and prioritize projects, how easy it is to assign and unassign tasks, etc. It is definitely a great platform
Desvantagens: Getting used to what the various names of project groupings and titles, what they mean, and how they fit together took more time than I would've liked and weren't super intuitive
Avaliado em 02/12/2019
Clubhouse is all the software project management you need without the clutter and noise
De ville W.
Comentários: Clubhouse has been a game-changer for us since we migrated from JIRA. We looked for something that was more lightweight, but still afforded us all the features we need to track our software projects. This is exactly what Clubhouse delivered, and more. I love the fact that Clubhouse gives you everything you need to track a project from the granularity of a sub-task, all the way up to milestones. This makes it easy to distinguish the forest from the trees, and present the relevant story to stakeholders at different levels. We haven't regretted the move to Clubhouse for a single moment, and we're always delighted with the new features that are regularly released. Simply put, Clubhouse gets out of your way very quickly and lets you get on with your actual goal: creating great software.
- Clean user interface
- Fast search
- Continuously adding of new, useful features
- Great integrations
- Free for teams of up to 10 users
- This is mostly me nitpicking, but I'd say reporting. It has been improving over time though.
- It would also be great if there was a tool for simplifying backlog grooming
Avaliado em 04/08/2019
While Clubhouse can do some things well, it is lacking in many areas
Comentários: My experience with Clubhouse was not great to say the least. While the UI is promising, and the price per user is much lower than others, you get what you pay for. Like too many other project management apps, there is not enough focus on the time being tracked vs a budget for the project you are working on. The project layers overlap in a way that would be good if you were working on individual projects for a larger product, but not if you are working on individual projects geared towards individual clients.
Vantagens: I think the best part of Clubhouse is the robust API that can allow a dev team to add or complement to the existing platform. Clubhouse seems designed for teams focusing on a product or a small portfolio of similar products or complimentary features. It does not seem designed for a consulting or agency style development shop.
Desvantagens: Clubhouse is lacking in a number of areas that should be expected features in agile project management software. Completion dates are buried, no project budgeting or hourly rates, no invoicing or adding expenses, time tracking, resource management, personal task lists, custom fields, dependencies. It also seemed overwhelming to get set up and running.