DivvyHQ is a cloud-based project management tool with specific functionality for content managers and teams. Calendars, workflow tools and social publishing functions let you divvy up content planning, creation and publishing work without losing control over the process.

Unlike a number of other platforms, DivvyHQ doesn’t concentrate solely on digital content such as blog posts and social media posts; teams can incorporate other marketing plans into the framework and work together to create e-books, videos, print publications, press releases and other content.

Default workflows provide out-of-the-box management for entire content teams, including copywriters, designers, editors and publishers. Content managers can also plan unique projects via the tool’s task management functions, which offer progress tracking, work logging and template creation.

Since many content managers drive more than one project at a time — often for more than one client — DivvyHQ provides unlimited calendar creation. You can share each calendar with the individuals you choose, letting you silo work as needed.



As a content planning tool, DivvyHQ is a master for managing teams. A user-friendly dashboard makes quick updates simple and keeps everyone on track while unlimited calendar management aligns well with multiproject and team approaches.

Workflow management reduces risk of lost tasks or forgotten content and gives you the ability to plan content for multimedia or offline needs. The platform allows for content creation and social publishing all in one place and even has a parking lot for unused ideas.

Your content is also highly protected on secure cloud servers, with backups every three hours.



While DivvyHQ may be a fantastic choice for agencies and larger organizations fielding multiple teams, it’s not the way to go for a single freelancer or the owner of one site.

Even the least expensive of the three packages, the Lite package, could still be cost-prohibitive for smaller businesses on tighter budgets. The Lite package is also missing the handy social publishing function.

Only the highest-cost package, Enterprise, comes with any level of support.