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What is Asana?

"Asana facilitates effective teamwork by keeping communication and task management in one place."

Teamwork without email, Asana is a cloud-based solution allowing teams to collaborate more effectively by keeping conversations and tasks in one place.

Asana’s main focus is to allows users to plan and manage projects online without the need for difficult-to-follow email threads. The Asana ‘workspace’ system provides a space where users can assign tasks, follow tasks, add notes, comments, attachments and related tags. If any changes take place, followers will receive updates straight to their inboxes.

Asana runs on both desktop and mobile devices, and is completely free for teams of up to 15 people.


Asana scored 85/100 in the Task Management category. This is based on user satisfaction (84/100), press buzz (63/100), and other relevant information on Asana gathered from around the web.

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Asana Product Overview

  • Keep everything in one place: No need to email team members — comment directly on tasks to keep conversations and tasks in one place. Stay updated on team progress with automatic status updates into your inbox.

  • Plan your day: Get organized and view your task list every time you open Asana.

  • Free, unlimited usage: Use Asana’s full functionality in a team of up to 15 people for completely free.


Languages: English

Asana Features

  • API
  • Batch Permissions & Access
  • Budgeting
  • Calendar Management
  • Chat
  • Contact Management
  • Contact Sharing
  • Customer Management
  • Dashboard
  • Data Export
  • Data Import
  • Data Visualization
  • Document Comparison
  • Email Integration
  • Expense Tracking
  • External Integrations
  • File Sharing
  • File Transfer
  • Forecasting
  • Google Apps Integration
  • History/Version Control
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Marketing Automation
  • Multi-User
  • Notifications
  • Password & Access Management
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Supplier Management
  • Third-Party Plugins/Add-Ons
  • Travel Management

Asana User Reviews

Average User Rating:
4.18/5 based on 2883 user ratings.
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Great task management tool

// Business System Analyst at Mockup Science Inc.

What do you like about Asana?

I love that we can assign certain tasks to different or multiple users since I'm sure that there are often several employees working on one project. I like that there is a log saying who did what within the task, as in so and so changed the description. This is helpful when I can't remember what has been changed since I last checked a project.

What do you dislike about Asana?

Takes a little bit to learn and figure out their terminology and how things work. Also, it will be good to add some method of being able to track time spent working on a project. Ability to total up or see along the way how much time has been spent on the project.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Asana solve?

We use Asana in our team to manage all inbound requests, priorities, projects and in general the workload across all stakeholders and team members.


Usefulness
4/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
4/5
Customer service
5/5
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Project Management Tool

// Marketing Manager at Mockup Science Inc.

What do you like about Asana?

I like this program, that you can choose the appearance of your toolbar. The program even has a free version that will help you evaluate its capabilities. My favorite aspect of this platform is how easily you can store notes, conversations, documents and task lists related to your projects in one place. If you are looking for a simple and free solution, I can recommend using a trial or free version of this platform for several projects and track your success when interacting and registering.

What do you dislike about Asana?

The mobile platform application was one of the weakest. I also did not like that there was a frequent arrival of e-mail messages and notifications that I received at the beginning. Once I learned how to change the notification settings, I found that this experience would be much nicer.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Asana solve?

With this program, I solve an individual problem, which is the organization of my daily tasks. I use a program for planning tasks, projects, it also gives me a real timeline and a visual representation of how busy my month or week is. The program also allows me to track when a task is not ready for execution and I can move it to a new date, and the task records this movement.


Usefulness
4/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
5/5
Customer service
5/5
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Your team will be able to do more together with Asana

// Customer Service Representative at Code Blue Mix

What do you like about Asana?

Excellent functionality, several "levels" of the task. As a consequence, good detail. There is an opportunity to sort assignments by priority. There is a convenient system of commenting and communication with colleagues. A user-friendly interface makes the product look like a full desktop application. The service is useful for quite large teams, where you should separate the "desktops" of different groups of users. Asana is convenient for both modest and complex projects.

What do you dislike about Asana?

I wish it could be a time tracking feature built into this software. This will be useful for pacing time and for tracking time for tasks.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Asana solve?

"Teamwork without e-mail", reads the slogan on the official website of the project. In addition, it really is: thanks to convenient lists of tasks, the service allows you to organize the work of the team without leaving the system. Team collaboration has improved when we start running multiple projects. We have many new clients to onboard.


Usefulness
5/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
5/5
Customer service
5/5
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Perfect Task Manager

// Manager at Red Bull Distribution Company

What do you like about Asana?

Any problem can be planned as much as possible in detail. You can make projects under joint tasks, divide them into sections. Also, each task can have its own tags (not only standard ones but any ones you want). Design and usability are indeed at a high level. Especially when compared with the old version of the service or some similar system. The opportunity to invite a person for general work on projects. For the invitation, it is sufficient to know only the email. For team members, you can assign different levels of access. A very convenient option for visualizing tasks by days. It is easy to find out what tasks are planned for the next week. You can transfer tasks between days simply by dragging and dropping them.

What do you dislike about Asana?

The Android application contains all the basic functions. However, it's much more convenient to work from the desktop.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Asana solve?

We use almost all the functions of this service. For me, this is the best system of joint coordination. People in my team know exactly what to do and when to do it. My clients know exactly what is happening with their projects. Moreover, I know how to plan my day. Communication is directly related to tasks and results - this is really important.


Usefulness
4/5
Ease of use
5/5
Value for money
4/5
Customer service
4/5
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Asana is the best value for money on Project Management Software

// PMO at Aeropuerto de Carrasco

What do you like about Asana?

I like the simplicity for creating tasks and subtasks in a notepad taking fashion.

What do you dislike about Asana?

I would like better visualizations on project performance and integration with external contacts.

What have you been using it for and what problems did Asana solve?

I used it to manage requirements gatherings and project scope control. It solves every mayor aspect of PMing.


Usefulness
5/5
Ease of use
4/5
Value for money
4/5
Customer service
5/5
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