Trello’s free version is powerful enough for simple project management. It comes with unlimited cards, up to ten boards per workspace, unlimited storage and unlimited integrations with apps and tools like Slack, Google Drive, Salesforce and Dropbox.
For $5 a month (per user, billed annually), Trello’s Standard plan adds unlimited boards, advanced checklists and custom fields. The Premium plan at $10 a month (per user, billed annually) includes dashboard views, timeline views, more advanced security features and priority support. This plan is best for a team of up to 100 that needs to track multiple projects and visualize work in a variety of ways. Enterprise is Trello’s top-tier plan. At $17.50 per month (per user, billed annually), organizations get unlimited workspaces, front-of-the-line priority support and multiple upgraded workspaces.
ClickUp’s free version is not as generous as Trello’s. ClickUp limits users to 100 MB of storage, as opposed to Trello’s unlimited, provides five free workspaces, as opposed to Trello’s ten, and comes with a one-day activity log, as opposed to Trello’s unlimited activity log. ClickUp’s free version, however, does come with more customizable tools than Trello’s, such as multifeatured dashboards, conditional automations and time-tracking tools.
There are four paid ClickUp plans, starting with Unlimited for $5 a month (per user, billed annually), it allows for unlimited storage, unlimited integrations and unlimited dashboards. For $9 a month (per user, billed annually), users of the Business plan get advanced automations, advanced time-tracking features, custom exporting and granular time estimates. At $19 a month (per user, billed annually), the Business Plus plan adds custom role creation, increased application programming interface (API) and priority support to the list. The top-of-the-line Enterprise plan includes white labeling, a dedicated service manager and unlimited custom roles. Users must contact sales for the price.