Asana

San Francisco, CA, USA
2009
Jan 19, 2021   |  By Julia Martins
New year, new you—but same organizational habits? No thank you. If you’ve resolved to be more organized in the new year, you’re not alone—according to the Anatomy of Work Index 2021, being more organized and finishing work on time is one of the top three work resolutions for 2021. But despite the fact that millions of people around the world set New Year’s resolutions, previous surveys have shown that less than 8% of people accomplish them.
Jan 14, 2021   |  By Aaron Ebert
With the shift to remote work, many teams are feeling the pain of having to search through documents and apps to find the information they need to get work done. While we could once tap colleagues on the shoulder for a quick question or help finding an important project document, we’re now spending more time digging through documents, spreadsheets, and wikis. Switching between apps is not only time-consuming—it’s also hampering team agility.
Jan 8, 2021   |  By Cathya Lopez
Last year, we launched the Collaboration Cohort on our social channels to spotlight tried-and-tested tips from global community members like you. We’ve been so inspired by the best practices you’ve shared to support each other and your teams through collaboration, clarity, and mindfulness. As we start the new year, we wanted to share our top 10 #collaborationcohort tips from the past year so you can approach the opportunities ahead with renewed motivation and positive energy.
Dec 21, 2020   |  By Nick Sonnenberg
At the end of the day, most business owners have three major concerns when it comes to planning the growth of their business: It’s a trend I’ve seen across nearly all industries through my own business efficiency consulting and the work my company, Leverage, does for our clients. We function as a tech-enabled growth agency that helps businesses generate more revenue through marketing efforts while also saving costs by improving their operational efficiency.
Dec 14, 2020   |  By Julia Martins
Raise your hand if you’re really looking forward to taking a few days off to relax and unwind. If you’re anything like us, you’re already anticipating closing your laptop for a few days, snoozing your notifications, and getting into deep relaxation mode. But as nice as it is to do all of those things, it can be stressful to think about the mountain of emails and notifications waiting for you when you get back. We’re here to tell you: there’s a better way!
Dec 11, 2020   |  By Richard Uruchurtu
KlientBoost is a digital marketing agency that primarily focuses on direct response and bottom of funnel marketing through PPC, CRO, SEO, and email marketing. At KlientBoost, we value visibility and communication, which is why we have an Asana project for each of our clients dedicated to the work being done for them. Clients can access this project as Guests, in order to stay up to date on any relevant communications or updates.
Dec 9, 2020   |  By Grace Lee
This year, due to remote work and COVID-19, work holiday celebrations might look a little different than usual. Most companies can’t plan their traditional holiday party or organize holiday-themed in-person events. But just because you can’t connect in person doesn’t mean you can’t close the year with some team connection. For tips, we turned to our Professional Services and Customer Success teams.
Dec 1, 2020   |  By Julia Martins
Did you know you can run an Agile team with Asana? Though Agile is a popular lean project methodology for product, engineering, and software development teams, any team can run Agile processes with Asana. Whether you’re building Kanban boards, running Scrum sprints, or using another Agile philosophy, try these templates to get your team started with Agile project management in Asana.
Nov 17, 2020   |  By Julia Martins
In order to help teams gain as much clarity as possible, you may have noticed that tasks in Asana can only have one assignee. That way, you always know exactly who is driving the work—or as we like to say, who’s doing what by when. But sometimes, a task has multiple components, or multiple contributors. You can’t add another assignee to the same task—but you can create subtasks.
Nov 17, 2020   |  By Victoria Chin
What does it mean to be connected in a time when teams and tools are more distributed than ever? According to research[1], today’s enterprise workers switch between an average of 10 apps 25 times per day to execute work, resulting in unconnected communication, reduced efficiency, and duplicative work. In other words, instead of effectively moving work forward, many are stuck context switching and moving work back and forth between tools in a struggle to collaborate effectively.
Jan 12, 2021   |  By Asana
New in Asana this month:
Dec 14, 2020   |  By Asana
The final "What's New" of 2020 is jam packed!
Nov 16, 2020   |  By Asana
Check out what's new in Asana this month in 60 seconds or less:
Oct 15, 2020   |  By Asana
Asana and Zoom are working together to make meetings better. —Schedule Zoom meetings from Asana tasks to keep work together. —Use Asana during Zoom meetings to capture action items in one screen. —After the meeting, get a video and transcript of the meeting attached right to the Asana task. ...and more!
Oct 14, 2020   |  By Asana
What day is it? Who knows anymore. But we do know it's time to tell you what's new in Asana.
Oct 8, 2020   |  By Asana
—Use boards for work that moves through phases or with visuals, like sprint plans, content calendars, or account tracking —Adjust your board and card view to see details you need, and complete subtasks from a card —Set up rules in your board to save time and automate work by eliminating repetitive steps.
Sep 23, 2020   |  By Asana
Give us a minute and we'll give you three things that are new in Asana!
Sep 23, 2020   |  By Asana
Just got pinged for a status update? Before you fire up the spreadsheets, here's how you can do it in Asana.
Sep 22, 2020   |  By Asana
Asana is the essential business tool teams need to deliver on company goals. Visit asana.com for more.
Aug 27, 2020   |  By Asana
For any Asana project, you can switch between several different views to see tasks however you want.

Asana is a leading work management platform used by teams to stay focused on the goals, projects, and daily tasks that grow your business.

Asana helps you coordinate all the work your team does together. So everyone knows what needs to get done, who’s responsible for doing it, and when it’s due:

  • Get organized: Plan and structure work in a way that’s best for you. Set priorities and deadlines. Share details and assign tasks. All in one place.
  • Stay on track: Follow projects and tasks through every stage. You know where work stands and can keep everyone aligned on goals.
  • Hit deadlines: Create visual project plans to see how every step maps out over time. Pinpoint risks. Eliminate roadblocks. Even when plans change.

Asana is free for teams up to 15 members with unlimited projects and tasks. Web and mobile apps are available at asana.com, iTunes, and Google Play.