Asana is a solid, user-friendly project management tool that will meet most users’ needs. While not quite as powerful as some competitors, its interface is a massive selling point for people new to using this type of software. Read our full Asana review to find out more.
Keeping teams engaged is a key part of making online work a success. Fortunately, Asana is software that not only helps you manage your projects, but keeps things entertaining enough to get everyone on board. In this Asana review, we’ll see how being enjoyable to use can make good software better.
Features include task management, reporting, automatic notifications, a customer portal, collaboration tools, dashboards, a mobile application, document management and task assigning. Asana also includes an Inbox feature that captures all updates generated automatically by the software.
Asana can be accessed through mobile devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones. It can also be accessed on both Android and iOS smartphones. The software is free for up to 15 users. Beyond that, the price band is based on the number of users a company has.
Asana can be integrated with various applications such as DropBox, Sunrise, HipChat, Slack, Box and Google Drive. It has an 100MB limit per individual attachment.
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