Asana is a team collaboration and project management app that was launched in 2011 by two of Facebook’s ex-employees; Dustin Moskovitz (Co-founder of Facebook) and Justin Rosenstein (former Google and Facebook Engineer). Asana is a web and mobile application that helps teams organize, track and manage their work.
It is an app that is best suited for businesses that pile up tasks and have consistent projects that usually have deadlines.
Where to get Asana App
Asana can be downloaded free on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It first featured on the App store in 2014 and Play store in 2015. Asana helps teams manage projects, assign duties to teammates, specify deadlines and communicate tasks. It is also used for tracking progress and setting dates.
It has features like Administration which ensures team members report progress to their superiors; it helps to manage workplace passwords and security detail.
Asana integrations with third party softwares
Asana has thrived on making integrations with other software companies like Microsoft, Google, Dropbox, Zapler, Zendesk, Wufoo, Microsoft Outlook, Harvest, One Login, Google Sheets and Google Calendar.
The major advantage of these integrations is that all these apps have primary functions but you could collectively use them to attain a single objective.
Some of the companies that use Asana are Microsoft, Google, Airbnb, Uber, and IBM, just to mention a few.
The platform has more than 50,000 paying members and it is valued to be a one billion dollars company.
If you have a distant team and seek to work efficiently and effectively you should sign up for Asana and download the app, do ensure to watch a tutorial before using the App, just to ensure you navigate your way through the App easily. And don’t worry you can use it for free, but the best parts of the app are left for those who pay their bills.