Asana is an online task and project management service created by Dustin Moskowitz (co-founder of Facebook) in 2008. It is primarily positioned as a tool for teamwork on projects, but it will also work well as a personal task manager.
Asana has everything you need: projects, tasks, subtasks, a reminder system, calendar and more. And all this dressed up in a pleasant design and intuitive interface. Learn all the features of the program and start using it.
Asana is a cloud-based service. Its functionality allows you to monitor your workflow in detail, ensuring transparent and timely completion of tasks. It is possible to choose between two main ways of organizing the process – lists or Kanban board. However, it is worth remembering that currently it is not possible to convert a board to a list and vice versa, so when creating a project, this should be taken into account.
Project organization is divided into three elements: sections – tasks – subtasks. Tasks can be classified by marking them with different colors or adding specific tags. The heart of each project is the name of the company for which the work is being done, the deadlines and the description.
Whether the manager uses a table or a list to organize the project, we can drag and drop tasks to change their order. Tasks and subtasks are assigned to specific employees. Anyone who is a participant in a task, as well as the project manager, can leave comments in the task. In this way, a quick discussion of each part of the project is implemented.
Asana allows you to set tasks with dependencies on others. In this way, you can organize a consistent implementation of all goals and work more efficiently on the project. It also allows you to detect bottlenecks in the project and make sure that every employee is busy with something.
Asana is SOC 2 (Type 1 and 2) certified for system control, security and privacy. This certification provides guarantees of data integrity and security against unauthorized access. It is awarded by independent security experts after reviewing the company’s business processes and service delivery methods.
If you’re wondering whether Asana is a good choice, here are some of its key advantages and capabilities:
Asana users point to the user-friendly and intuitive interface as a big plus. Despite the extensive functionality, the screen is not overloaded with buttons, all elements are easy to find and use. All these advantages make Asana very accessible and suitable for working on projects in smaller and larger teams, as well as individually.
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