If you are looking for a project management program for your team or a self-help tool to organize your tasks, Asana can help. Asana is a free program that brings conversations and projects together in one place. To get started, go to their website: www.asana.com and sign up for a free account. Be sure to walk through their user tutorials to learn the basics. Once you understand how to use Asana, you can immediately schedule projects, share ideas, set deadlines, and assign tasks.
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3 thoughts on “Tools for Success: Asana”
I think for teams focusing on tasks only, Asana works great but For teams working remotely, wanting a better control on things that one actually needs for project management, ProofHub does the job well.
Thanks for the feedback! I see your point on Asana not being the best tool for teams working remotely. Thank you for recommending ProofHub. I’ll be sure to check it out.
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