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Founded in 2008 in San Francisco, Asana is one of the fastest growing SaaS companies ever.  It offers a...
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Asana has the feature to address,…

Asana has the feature to address, create, store, and share all the files and documents within my team. I love the Kanban board, this helps me to organize and manage Project Sprints accordingly. Best feature is ‘Integration’, It allows me to connect to most of my platform that makes our work easy. Very easy to use and efficient overall. It just took 1-2 weeks to get my hands on with all the features. 1. Asana doesn’t have an ‘automated’ bug tracking feature. It would be nice to have that. Because it really required in some of our projects. 2. Asana needs to have a lock feature because we use task description to document our finalized requirements and sometimes unknowingly, some of the users in our team may erase or edit that requirements which are creating many confusion and errors. This tool provided ease to the company’s project management. Especially, users don’t have to be technical, asana is user-friendly. -via Capterra

Asana has the feature to address, create, store, and share all the files and documents within my team. I love the Kanban board, this helps me to organize and manage Project Sprints accordingly.

Best feature is ‘Integration’, It allows me to connect to most of my platform that makes our work easy. Very easy to use and efficient overall. It just took 1-2 weeks to get my hands on with all the features.

1. Asana doesn’t have an ‘automated’ bug tracking feature. It would be nice to have that. Because it really required in some of our projects.

2. Asana needs to have a lock feature because we use task description to document our finalized requirements and sometimes unknowingly, some of the users in our team may erase or edit that requirements which are creating many confusion and errors.

This tool provided ease to the company’s project management. Especially, users don’t have to be technical, asana is user-friendly.

-via Capterra

Would Recommend: Yes

Asana provides a simple way of managing…

Asana provides a simple way of managing a company’s tasks – internal and external. The intuitive interface helps create projects, tasks, and subtasks and assign them to the respective party. The fully customizable search feature helps users to create search bookmarks that help identify incomplete tasks, tasks per member or any other combination. The ability to integrate with other services such as Everhour and Slack completes and missing elements of the service. Asana’s mobile application runs as smoothly as the web version making it as useful as possible. Also, the service is updated regularly and anything new is presented on the Asana blog – a nice addition to the service. The only drawback is that it cannot combine tasks assignments between projects. So, for users that have multiple tasks, it is now clear if they are available. However, Asana has released a video of their vision. This includes a complete view of a member of the company. So, if someone is caught up on a task on a specific day it is easily recognizable. -via Capterra

Asana provides a simple way of managing a company’s tasks – internal and external. The intuitive interface helps create projects, tasks, and subtasks and assign them to the respective party.

The fully customizable search feature helps users to create search bookmarks that help identify incomplete tasks, tasks per member or any other combination. The ability to integrate with other services such as Everhour and Slack completes and missing elements of the service.

Asana’s mobile application runs as smoothly as the web version making it as useful as possible.

Also, the service is updated regularly and anything new is presented on the Asana blog – a nice addition to the service.

The only drawback is that it cannot combine tasks assignments between projects. So, for users that have multiple tasks, it is now clear if they are available. However, Asana has released a video of their vision.

This includes a complete view of a member of the company. So, if someone is caught up on a task on a specific day it is easily recognizable.

-via Capterra

Would Recommend: Yes

Asana has overhauled the way our…

Asana has overhauled the way our business works. We have complete transparency across our entire team on every single task or project we need to manage. Each Team Member begins their day by opening Asana Whether it be our daily lunch orders or the management of our entire client base and their many jobs, this system is indispensable. Asana has given us the tools to allow a significant reduction in email and provides a complete work history. Every action, comment, mention or file relating to a task or project is documented and accessible via the powerful search feature. Asana makes getting stuff done easier. It has increased our capacity and it has helped our accounting firm become 100% cloud first. I don’t really have anything bad to say about Asana, I only wish I knew about it sooner as it has changed my life. -via Capterra

Asana has overhauled the way our business works. We have complete transparency across our entire team on every single task or project we need to manage. Each Team Member begins their day by opening Asana Whether it be our daily lunch orders or the management of our entire client base and their many jobs, this system is indispensable. Asana has given us the tools to allow a significant reduction in email and provides a complete work history.

Every action, comment, mention or file relating to a task or project is documented and accessible via the powerful search feature. Asana makes getting stuff done easier. It has increased our capacity and it has helped our accounting firm become 100% cloud first.

I don’t really have anything bad to say about Asana, I only wish I knew about it sooner as it has changed my life.

-via Capterra

Would Recommend: Yes

I’ve tried a variety of different…

I’ve tried a variety of different software before. I’ve used Wunderlist, Jira, Teamwork, Trello, and while they’re all providing something useful, I feel like Asana provides all that and more. Their API is super easy to use and I’ve built control centers that use the data from my tasks. I’ve developed websites that provide a roadmap for my company purely from tasks with particular labels and due dates, showing title and comments and so on. Just amazing. The best part though… UI. It’s so beautiful it makes me want to do tasks. I’ve seen some ugly UIs out there and that’s not something I want to deal with everyday. For Jira I had to write my own TamperMonkey script just to make it a little more eye-friendly. With Asana – no need. It’s as pretty as it can be and with each update (as small as they are), it looks even better. I can’t even mention any cons. Whatever issues I’ve had, I went to their forum and posted it there. All ideas are reviewed and responded to. -via Capterra

I’ve tried a variety of different software before. I’ve used Wunderlist, Jira, Teamwork, Trello, and while they’re all providing something useful, I feel like Asana provides all that and more. Their API is super easy to use and I’ve built control centers that use the data from my tasks.

I’ve developed websites that provide a roadmap for my company purely from tasks with particular labels and due dates, showing title and comments and so on. Just amazing. The best part though… UI. It’s so beautiful it makes me want to do tasks.

I’ve seen some ugly UIs out there and that’s not something I want to deal with everyday. For Jira I had to write my own TamperMonkey script just to make it a little more eye-friendly. With Asana – no need. It’s as pretty as it can be and with each update (as small as they are), it looks even better.

I can’t even mention any cons. Whatever issues I’ve had, I went to their forum and posted it there. All ideas are reviewed and responded to.

-via Capterra

Would Recommend: Yes

As a designer working in a studio with…

As a designer working in a studio with lots of other departments and ongoing projects, Asana is super helpful for my team as an organizational tool and helps us to visualize our workflow and progress on the work we’re doing. What I have especially loved is the “Board” layout which basically looks like a bunch of sticky notes representing your projects and tasks. It is really helpful visually to see projects moving from one state of being to another. My team organizes projects in terms of ongoing, proposed/pending, future, and overview, and within each category we have what is coming up, what’re currently working on, what needs feedback, and what is completed. It absolutely wonderful at keeping everything organized and helping us stay on top of our work, and prioritizing things based on due dates and importance. It doesn’t hurt that it’s also a beautifully designed interface overall! What I would like to see improved is some guidelines or some idea of the way the platform is meant to be used. My team has figured out what best works for us, but that really took us playing around with it and organizing ourselves. I wonder what the developers actually had in mind and if we are really using it up to it’s greatest potential. I’m also not a fan of the “List” style layout of reports and find it quite confusing. Also I’m not sure what the purpose of the Dashboard section is or quite how to use it. Again, guidelines/tutorials for each new user that is added on would be quite helpful. -via Capterra

As a designer working in a studio with lots of other departments and ongoing projects, Asana is super helpful for my team as an organizational tool and helps us to visualize our workflow and progress on the work we’re doing.

What I have especially loved is the “Board” layout which basically looks like a bunch of sticky notes representing your projects and tasks. It is really helpful visually to see projects moving from one state of being to another.

My team organizes projects in terms of ongoing, proposed/pending, future, and overview, and within each category we have what is coming up, what’re currently working on, what needs feedback, and what is completed.

It absolutely wonderful at keeping everything organized and helping us stay on top of our work, and prioritizing things based on due dates and importance. It doesn’t hurt that it’s also a beautifully designed interface overall!

What I would like to see improved is some guidelines or some idea of the way the platform is meant to be used. My team has figured out what best works for us, but that really took us playing around with it and organizing ourselves.

I wonder what the developers actually had in mind and if we are really using it up to it’s greatest potential.

I’m also not a fan of the “List” style layout of reports and find it quite confusing. Also I’m not sure what the purpose of the Dashboard section is or quite how to use it. Again, guidelines/tutorials for each new user that is added on would be quite helpful.

-via Capterra

Would Recommend: Yes
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Provider Overview

Founded in 2008 in San Francisco, Asana is one of the fastest growing SaaS companies ever.  It offers a workplace management solution that is simple, affordable and packed with great features.  Asana was named Editor’s Choice by PCMag and praised on Freakonomics Radio.  The founders are Justin Rosenstein, who has helped to create tools such as Google chat and Facebook’s “like” button, and Dustin Moskovitz, one of the co-founders of Facebook, Inc.  Despite their former careers creating tools which have contributed to much workplace distraction, their mission in creating Asana is to do just the opposite and help teams to focus, prioritize and be productive.

Asana is a powerful platform, but also very usable.  It allows members to easily take ownership of tasks and see the big picture.  The timeline and dependencies features are great tools for tackling large complicated projects, but the basic free version is a powerful option for teams that don’t need any extra frills.

 

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Free Version

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Pricing Plans

 

Free Version – $0

  • Unlimited tasks, projects, and conversations
  • Up to 15 team members
  • Basic search

Premium – $9.99/member/month when billed annually, $11.99/member/month when billed monthly*

Everything in Free, plus:

  • Timeline 
  • No team member limit
  • Advanced search & reporting
  • Custom fields
  • Task dependencies
  • Comment-only projects
  • Private teams and projects
  • Start dates
  • Admin controls
  • Customer success webinars
  • Priority support
  • Google SSO

*Plans of 15 or fewer qualify for a small team discount, so the price per user per month is $6.25 when billed annually, and $7.50 when billed monthly.

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Everything in Premium, plus:

  • Manage team members with advanced admin controls like service accounts and SAML.
  • Get specialized help from our customer success team, plus same day support to ensure you’re successful with Asana.
  • Maintain strict control over your data and security with user provisioning and deprovisioning, data deletion, and cross-regional backups.
  • Put your logo front and center. With custom branding, you’re able to customize Asana with your own logo.
  • Beta – Get early access to Portfolios to help track the status of important projects.
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