1. Access Facebook Ads Manager in monday.com

We’ve updated our Facebook ad integration to support mapping from Facebook ad models so you can manage your campaigns and work in one place.

2. Updates to Adobe Creative Cloud integration

We’ve added new features, such as the ability to upload files you’re working on directly to the monday.com file column without leaving Adobe CC. This way, when you tag your designer to design a new blog cover, they won’t have to leave Adobe CC to put it on the board and continue doing what they do best. We’ve added the ability to search Adobe Creative Cloud to find boards, groups, and content on monday.com, and can support different types of columns.

3. Updates to Excel integration

Our integration with Excel is one of our most popular, so as always, our amazing R&D team has found ways to make it useful when it comes to work.

It’s easier now than ever to import data from Excel, whether it’s a quarterly budget or checking the different sites that link to your content.

In addition to this, you can ignore/merge items based on the column value in the current table. So if you need to update your campaign prospect list, you can be sure to automatically merge duplicates and save your data.

4. Use our new app to simplify work

We added a mobile version for your convenience.

Haven’t figured out what exactly our app market is? It gives users, partners, and creators the freedom to build apps on the monday.com platform! Here, you’ll find amazing out-of-the-box tools that extend the power of the monday.com platform and meet the unique needs of your sales team and workforce!

5. Use the item card to power your work day

With the item card, you can see all your item information in one place. This new feature works by gathering data from your existing columns and displaying it in a map format, so it’s easy to keep track of different companies, freelancers, and all the people you work with.

This is especially useful if your table has many columns, but who doesn’t in the marketing world? To install it, you will find the item card in the gallery. To access it, open one of your items and click “Add View”.

Then select the item card and click “Add Widget”. And then, you’re ready! The item card will pop up as a new tab in the updates section. By clicking the pencil icon, you can customize the columns you want to display on your map.

Once done, you can manage your column data directly from the object card!