Oh my gosh, you have so much to do and don’t know the best way to organize everything. If you don’t use Asana Task Manager, then you will want to check it out.
The Way of Work
Did you know that Asana says that our work environment is evolving? They also say, “The majority of employees’ time (60%) is spent on work about work, almost twice the amount they believe they’re spending on it (35%).” Now, that is a good chunk of our day, isn’t it?
So, just who is Asana that they can make this claim? According to Wikipedia, “Asana (pronounced /ˈɑːsənə/) is a web and mobile application designed to help teams organize, track, and manage their work…It is produced by the company of the same name. (Asana, Inc.)
It was founded in 2008 by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-Google, ex-Facebook engineer Justin Rosenstein, who both worked on improving the productivity of employees at Facebook. The product launched commercially in April 2012.”
Asana Task Manager
The Mighty Power of Asana
Steve Dotto from DottoTech said that when he first started out with Asana, he used the software as a task manager. Then, it was so powerful that he switched and started using it as a project manager. But Asana says it best when they acknowledge that their software is a work manager.
So, how can you use Asana? I’ll tell you about a few features, and then I will turn it over to Asana to explain their uses.
Do you have a team that works remotely? It goes without saying that teams that stay organized accomplish work from anywhere. Coordinate work, comment on tasks, and respond to requests from one place. Your inbox is your control pad for everything you’re working on. Besides keeping up to date with status updates, your ability to reduce duplicate work and increase team visibility by adding tasks to multiple projects is increased.
Get Organized with Asana Task Manager
Asana gives you the ability to put all your plans and projects in one place. No longer are you disorganized? Stay productive, even with all the noise and chaos around you.
Asana explains how you can plan, organize, and manage Agile projects and Scrum sprints in a tool that’s as flexible and collaborative as your team. For example, utilizing Boards to Timelines and custom fields to dependencies, Asana has the features your team needs to build fast and ship often.
Speaking of boards, have you heard about Kanban boards? They are so useful. Visualize your progress on digital Kanban boards and see how efficiently your team moves tasks from to-do to done.
Wikipedia has a page that explains it this way. Kanban boards visibly shows work at various points of a process. This is done by using cards to represent work items and columns to represent each stage of the process. You just drag your work item to the right into the next column when the items have been completed.
Of course, this is just a small part of how Asana Task Manager works. But is it affordable? Let’s take a look.
Pricing for Asana Work Management
Asana Project Management has four different pricing plans that will fit your team’s needs. Starting with Basic, it progresses to Premium, Business, and Enterprise. Each plan is loaded with options and team management possibilities.
Each plan is a building block for the next level up. I would be amiss if I didn’t mention that you can sign up for the Premium or Business levels for free. The Enterprise plan requires contacting Sales so they can determine your needs.
In fact, Megabite Computer Services uses Asana and is pleased with how it improves our efficiency. We find it easy to use and it keeps us up to date with our projects. Take a moment to learn more about task management apps and what they are.
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