Asana is one of the most loved project management applications that make it a hit with product, designers and marketing teams alike thanks to the simple nature.
What is Asana and who's it for?
Asana is a powerful and intuitive all-round project management platform designed to help teams of all sizes stay organized and on track. With its user-friendly interface and robust set of features, Asana makes it easy to manage projects, collaborate with team members, and track progress towards goals.
One of the standout features of Asana is its ability to create and manage projects. The range of views and all-round practicality of Asana makes it easy for almost anyone, we typically recommend this alongside say Trello - as a superb all-round project manager that almost everyone gets on with.
Asana integrations allow for a streamlined process, and an easy way to move an entire team over to a new platform, all whilst still using your favourite apps and tools. Collaboration inside Asana makes it easy to keep track of who is responsible for what and ensures that everyone stays on the same page.
Best Place to Learn Asana?
There's a few different courses. One we'd recommend exploring is by Paul Minors - an Asana Solutions Partner - use TOOLFINDER to get 10% off his course. Or, alternatively, there's Up Level by the wonderful Louise Henry.
Here's some of the features of Asana, the project management tool:
- Task creation and assignment
- Due dates and reminders
- Subtasks and dependencies
- Multiple project views (list, board, calendar)
- Project templates and custom fields
- Team collaboration features (comments, conversations, @mentions)
- File and attachment sharing
- Project progress tracking (status updates, milestones, progress reports)
- Search and filtering capabilities
- Mobile app for on-the-go access
- Integration with other tools (Slack, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.)
Asana is a great all-round tool.
We typically recommend it, like Trello, for all general situations when teams are looking for a solid all round project management experience but want something fairly easy to get going, with a friendly nature and plenty of integrations.
Asana is one of the OG productivity tools too, so it has a good record of success with teams. Asana integrations also make it a great choice for teams wanting to combine tools and applications to streamline their experience.