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Nov 28, 2018 | By Nikki Henderson
When a leader asks “what’s the project status?” it can lead to anxiety and wasted time. Program leads and teammates might not have one place to get the real answer. And even when they do finally collect all of the project statuses, the information is quickly outdated.
Nov 14, 2018 | By Audriana Vojkovich-Bombard
Spending too much time tracking down projects updates? Is the information incomplete or quickly outdated? It can be difficult to monitor project progress if you have to search in multiple places and don’t have the visibility you need, especially when you’re managing or tracking multiple projects.
Oct 31, 2018 | By Trish Tormey
Earlier this year we shared our vision for the future of Asana, which will help your organization move quickly and adapt to change so you have more time for the work that matters. Your team will spend less time coordinating and more time focused on the work that makes an impact. Everyone will have clarity about your team’s objectives, the plan to achieve them, and who is responsible for each piece of work.
Oct 23, 2018 | By Amulya Uppala
Finding the information you need, when you need it can be time-consuming. Especially when work is happening in many places like email threads, chat messages, check-in meetings, and shared docs. And when you’re working on multiple projects at once and trying to stay on top of deadlines, it can quickly become overwhelming.
Oct 10, 2018 | By Jenny Thai
For product teams, developing a long-term roadmap and launching new products and features are just one part of the job. But once they’ve shipped new products to the market, the work doesn’t end there. They’re also responsible for tracking bugs and incorporating customer feedback into the products they build.
Aug 16, 2018 | By Asana
Timeline in Asana is a Gantt-chart style view that helps you create a project plan that shows how all of the pieces of your project fit together. Find out more about using Asana Timeline to plan and manage your next project.