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Mar 26, 2020   |  By Team Asana
As millions of teams adjust to working remotely full time, many are searching for ways to stay productive without compromising work-life balance. Finding time for deep focus, reducing digital distractions, and fighting the constant deluge of app toggling and notification checking are all top priorities for workers—and for good reason. According to the Anatomy of Work Index, nearly three-quarters of workers experience burnout every year.
Mar 9, 2020   |  By Julia Martins
Whether the flexibility of working from anywhere has always been appealing or you’re trying to figure out how to navigate a remote work schedule as a way for your team to stay healthy, remote work can seem challenging at first. The best way to succeed as a remote worker is to make sure you have all the tools and information you need to do the job well.
Mar 9, 2020   |  By Rachael Vasquez
At Asana, we’re on a mission to help the world’s teams work together effortlessly. And to us, that means reducing work about work so teams have visibility and clarity into who’s doing what by when. The same is true even when team members are working remotely. From globally distributed organizations to teams that are thinking about remote work as a way to remain healthy, Asana can help you and your teammates stay connected, collaborate, and continue to hit your goals.
Mar 9, 2020   |  By Asana Blog
Remote work: let’s talk about it. Maybe you’re thinking about a work from home plan to keep you and your team healthy, or maybe you’re one of the 98% of employees who report wanting to work from home at least some of the time. But no matter where your team is located, you can work together effortlessly with the right tools and mutual trust.
Feb 26, 2020   |  By Victoria Chernova
When teams bring together the right people, processes, and ideas from across their organization, they can accomplish amazing things together. Unfortunately not all teams work and communicate in the same tools, creating challenges for cross-functional collaborators and slowing down work on shared projects. This is especially true for technical and business teams whose highly interdependent work can get bogged down by a lack of visibility and repetitive, often duplicate, progress tracking.
Mar 23, 2020   |  By Asana
Here's the highlight reel for what's new in Asana in March:
Mar 20, 2020   |  By Asana
Watch internal Asana experts share their best remote work tips for how to use Asana to drive clarity, connection, and communication with a distributed team.
Feb 19, 2020   |  By Asana
Here's the highlight reel for what's new in Asana in February:
Aug 1, 2019   |  By Asana
Together, Workload and Portfolios give you a suite of features to plan, monitor, and manage work happening across all your initiatives and teams—so you can accomplish your most ambitious goals together.
Aug 1, 2019   |  By Asana
Make sure no one on your team is overworked. With Workload, you can set a weight to your tasks, such as hours or points, in Asana to understand exactly how much work everyone has on their plates and manage capacity.