Asana is een oplossing voor werkbeheer die teamsamenwerking en communicatie mogelijk maakt. Gebruik Asana om initiatieven te beheren, projecten op te zetten en vervolgens taken te creëren binnen deze projecten. Wijs taken toe aan je teamleden, voeg ze toe als taakvolgers, deel projecten of vermeld je teamleden in taakopmerkingen om iedereen op de hoogte te houden.
Met Asana heb je geen spreadsheet of e-mail meer nodig om samen te werken en te communiceren over projecten. Deel aantekeningen over taakomschrijvingen en upload bijlagen naar taken, volg en zoek openbare taken, combineer gerelateerde taken met één klik, organiseer taken op prioriteit, bepaal je workflow, ontvang meldingen over updates en taakvoltooiingen en voeg opleveringsdatums toe aan taken. Vervolgens ontvang je meldingen voor alle taken waaraan je bent toegewezen, werk dat belangrijk voor je is of projecten waar je lid van bent in je Asana-inbox.
Asana stelt teams in staat om taken te plannen en organiseren en de voortgang van elk teamlid te volgen. De meerdere werkruimten bieden je een plaats om meerdere teams, projecten en taken te organiseren en op de hoogte te blijven van de voortgang zonder talloze e-mails over en weer te sturen.
De mobiele app van Asana voor iOS en Android biedt toegang tot Asana, waar je ook bent. Je kunt in Asana ook programmatisch gegevens toevoegen en openen via een eenvoudige REST API.
Asana is a great platform for designers and marketing teams but may not the perfect solution for more business-finance oriented individuals. Asana feels like an upgraded Basecamp and Zoho with pretty visuals, fun integration, and task/priority management in a nutshell.
Asana's visually engaging and provides an easy at-a-glance view of projects depending on the template you've chosen for a group/project. In addition, its customization allows for easy task management and tailoring to your organizations needs.
As a newer user, I found that also having too many options made me feel some decision fatigue. I wasn't sure which template to pick but it took some experimenting and onboarding with Asana's team to figure out what worked for my organization. We currently use it for marketing projects internally and it is being used daily which has been helping workloads and making sure that the team is aware of what is going on.
Before we found Asana, we were having difficulties in communicating all project needs, deadlines, and expectations. With 9 members on our marketing team, sometimes details can get lost in the daily shuffle or smaller tasks may be pushed to the bottom of the list to make time for those higher priority projects. As this happened, some projects were getting overlooked and deadlines were missed. Then and there, we decided we needed a platform where the entire team can input projects, deadlines, detailed notes, and expectations. Back and forth communication is key when running a large team, and this has allowed us to give instant feedback and ask questions directly under a specific task.
If we do ever need to push out a deadline, you can make changes to any of the tasks/sub-tasks. Then, notifications can be sent out via email or desktop alerts. That notifies any user associated with the task that something on it has been changed. This feature of Asana has also been a major asset to our team.
Lastly, the calendar feature, showing all present and future tasks, has been a much needed addition to Asana over the last few years. When we thought Asana couldn't be more streamlined, it upgraded to add in the calendar! Seeing everything in an overall view on the calendar is very helpful, rather than just seeing the tasks laid out in list form. It helps us to see everything in a more "big picture" view, so that smaller projects aren't forgotten and deadlines aren't missed.
The best feature of Asana is the ability to share tasks, deadlines, notes, and projects with team members. By linking our entire team on one platform, it has streamlined our review and turnaround process. There are no gaps in communicating what is needed on a project and when its due date is expected. This has been invaluable to our team! You can assign each team member a task, the date it's due, and add notes to clarify things.
Truly, I cannot think of a single thing we dislike about Asana - the capabilities are exactly what we were looking for. It is easy to use and has updated over the years to match trends and the growing needs of its users.
the overall experience of asana is very goo, its a well built and well designed system that I can imagine I will be using for a long time to come.
one of the things that stands out to me as a designer, is intact the UI. love the colours and the features of the system. also its a nice touch adding in the little animations when tasks are completed
the only think I would say I sometimes have an issue with is the emails that I receive from the system. every now and then I will get an email that has a title but has no information about the overarching task, it would be very helpful if you could add in a parent task description or even an excerpt to just to give you some relevance to what the ticket is about
Switching to Asana made it easier for me to set goals, track my progress, and stay ahead of the game when it comes to managing my case load.
Asana helps me keep on top of the tasks, due dates, and sub-tasks that I need to be getting done. Unlike other case management/time management software, Asana actually works! Being able to see everything in one place helps me be able to better prioritize my tasks and make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
This is a very small thing, but one of the only things I have found that I do not enjoy is when I am on my list of tasks I am unable to move all tasks within a Section at once. I can move the Section title, but then I need to move every task individually. I wish I could drag and drop things around in batches.
The user interface is great - it's easy to jump in and start using it, and then to get better at using some of the amazing features of it. Our team has different levels of users, including people that are less comfortable using new tech, and Asana's flexibility allows them to use it less often and less thoroughly, while other users like myself plan entire projects start to finish, with high levels of granularity, directly in Asana.
This is a bit of a technical detail, but we are a sub-unit of several teams, in a college, in a university, and so we share our domain name (@xxxx.edu) with the global university, so we weren't able to get the company style account, rather than a basic premium account, which makes dealing with a ton of projects a bit unruly, and a privacy concern. Our fix was to make all the projects private and only share them with who needs access.
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