Asana ist eine Aufgaben- und Projektmanagementlösung, die Teamzusammenarbeit und Kommunikation erleichtert. Verwende Asana, um Projekte zu erstellen und anschließend Aufgaben innerhalb dieser Projekte zu erstellen. Füge deine Teamkollegen zu Aufgaben und Projekten hinzu, füge sie als Aufgabennachfolger hinzu, teile Projekte mit ihnen oder erwähne sie in Aufgabenkommentaren, um alle Beteiligten auf dem Laufenden zu halten.
Asana macht keine E-Mails mehr nötig, um über Projekte zu kommunizieren. Teile Notizen zu Aufgabenbeschreibungen und lade Anhänge zu Aufgaben, verfolge und suche öffentliche Aufgaben, kombiniere Aufgaben mit einem Klick, organisiere Aufgaben nach Priorität, richte deinen Workflow ein, erhalte Benachrichtigungen über Updates und Aufgabenbeendigungen, füge Fälligkeitstermine hinzu, füge Nachfolger für Aufgaben hinzu, füge Herzen zu Aufgaben hinzu, um deine Dankbarkeit zu zeigen.
Dein Asana-Posteingang wird verwendet, um Benachrichtigungen über alle aufgaben- und projektbezogenen Aktivitäten zu erhalten, z. B. wenn dir eine Aufgabe zugewiesen wird, wenn eine Aufgabe heute fällig ist, wenn jemand dich als Follower hinzugefügt hat, wenn eine Aufgabe aktualisiert oder abgeschlossen wird, wenn ein Fälligkeitsdatum bei einer deiner Aufgaben geändert wird, wenn jemand einen Kommentar hinzufügt oder wenn eine Anlage zu einer der folgenden Aufgaben hinzugefügt wird.
Asana ermöglicht Teams das Teilen, Planen, Organisieren und Verfolgen des Fortschritts der von Mitgliedern bearbeiteten Aufgaben. Die mehreren Arbeitsbereiche bieten dir die Möglichkeit, mehrere Teams, Projekte und Aufgaben zu organisieren und den Fortschritt zu verfolgen, ohne dass du hin- und hergehende E-Mail-Threads benötigst.
Sieh, organisiere und verwalte die Aufgaben und Prioritäten für alle deine Teammitglieder von einem Ort aus. Bleib auf dem Laufenden über Änderungen an Aufgaben und Aufgaben, hinterlasse Kommentare, gib Feedback, lade Anhänge hoch und lege Fälligkeitsdaten fest. Delegiere, priorisiere und verfolge Aufgaben und Teammitglieder auf einfache und saubere Weise.
Die Asana Mobile App für das iPhone bietet nativen Anwendungen Zugriff auf eine wachsende Anzahl von Asana-Funktionen. Du kannst auch Daten in Asana programmatisch über eine einfache REST-API hinzufügen und darauf zugreifen.
If apps were food, my mouth would WATER when I mention Asana. It's not just any meal. When it comes to organizational apps, it's THE best dessert. It's SWEEEEEET!
It's the app that I'm actually using to write the draft of this review on.
Every time I need to move all my to-do's from my head onto another place, I jot them down on Asana.
I can use physical calendars, ( I actually do like them)... but Asana has been the ONE system that I use to jot down my goals, to-do's , projects, systems, outlines, notes, reminders, pretty much everything except my shopping list and things I have to fully write.
I love this app so much that I'm actually quite proficient at using it thanks to a course that I took called Asana HQ http://bit.ly/asanahq.
It has taught me how to maximize my account that I created using my own domain.
The beauty of Asana is that it's simple to use, easy to create lists on, group those things into tasks or projects and just literally move forward in life.
I have become considerably more proficient in life thanks to Asana. Yes you can buy a computer, and buy some software and gear for your dreams... but if you don't have a tool in place that allows you to nudge yourself forward, you'll most likely be stuck for a very long time.
Asana is SO great that I count my lucky stars knowing that it's free.
Try it... and don't be surprised if you fall in love with it.
It's perfect for the little thoughts you don't want to forget, it's also perfect for the
I can't think of anything.
I like it that much.
If I had a magic wand, maybe more free features would be nice. I wish they added a progress bar to your tasks or projects to visiaully better be able to gauge the progress we're making. But it's already a great app.
I've been using Asana for years- I think starting in 2010 or 11. I've used it so long that many of my accounts started as the free version and I've watched them slowly and effectively roll out added, useful, functionality without hassle or interruption. I've introduced over 10 nonprofit organizations to using Asana, and everyone has loved it.
Easy to learn, attractive and simple interfaces, easy to make it your daily home base. Great for both new and experienced computer users. I love that you can have task/project-related convos and attachments. This is excellent if you are like me and frequently need to show people where they made decisions in the past in an easy way. I love that events can be recurring on almost every pattern I've ever thought of. I use it for grants tracking, so I can assign out pieces to different team members and easily gather pieces back to me. I love that I can hyperlink to previous years notes, attachments, etc. for easy reference, which is really helpful with donors. I also use it to plan editorial pieces, social media, communications campaigns, nonprofit programs, board meetings, household tasks and chores, etc. Previosuly I used it for large books/projects to break large academic projects into smaller pieces. I've used it with large and small groups aged 18-67. I've set it up for over 10 orgs/groups and it is fast and easy. Everyone loves how easy it is to just start using it. Great email functionality and it has a ton of add-ins you can use to link to other software (like time tracking, invoicing, etc.) I LOVE ASANA.
I love their free version with a firey passion, but once downside is as they have grown, the free version has lost some searching/reporting capability. However, using their paid product gets you everything you could want. So if you are piloting the free version to get a sense, there is a lot more out there.
In a large team who are decentralized (different departments handling different tasks within the same project), the tool works well to coordinate each team and meet deadlines. It also minimizes the hassle of follow up for team leads.
Key pros that elevate my overall experience in regards to the software are:
1. User interface and design - The design aspects are very colorful and interactive, making it easy to navigate from one part of the application to another
2. The timeline feature and ability to monitor other team members' progress on common or interrelated tasks enables the overall team to be efficient and helps with easy follow up
3. The ability to create tasks, project templates, color coded calendars and visual project plans not only adds to the user experience (UX) but also to enhance efficiency as one progresses through the project timelines and goals
4. The software is efficient in updating what's in progress, complete, new requests, all of which assist the user to manage their goals for a project. Priority levels also increase efficiency because a user can also give more attention to high priority tasks.
5. On the technical side, it has an open API and integrates well with other software applications such as dropbox and GitHub
6. Asana recently added gantt chart functionality called timelines which helps with project dependencies
1. It takes some time to learn how to use each feature of the product as there are so many features. It requires someone who already has some knowledge to be able to guide other team members. They are easy to use once you do work on them, but some users struggle with more specific features such as dashboards, communication tools.
2. It does not have an in-built instant messaging/chat feature to chat instantly with team mates although they have options to integrate with other softwares for the same functionality.
3. There are too many details that need to be added by users, taking away slightly from the overall experience
We have been able to streamline group organization and collaboration into a single source. Asana has helped to keep current lists of project related tasks, and ensure team members are aware of, and completing tasks by the given completion target dates. Asana has also helped to reduce email clutter caused from frequent 'back and forth' emails for small comments between team members by providing a single location to comment on, and update statuses of tasks. Overall, Asana has been a great tool that has provided a significant positive change in the way we communicate and track project statuses in our team.
The excellent user interface provides for a clean and organized way to add tasks to your list, edit tasks, and cross tasks off when completed. As I primarily use this software for business purposes for collaboration with team members within my office, it is a one-stop-shop that has eliminated paper checklists, sticky notes, and "to-do" lists, by combining all of these in a slick web interface. The ease of use results in frequent task updates which can be viewed and commented on by the entire team, ensuring tasks are not missed or forgotten. As I am often working on many projects simultaneously throughout the week, the convenience of adding new projects and tasks to individual projects is extremely helpful to stay organized, view all of the pending tasks, and schedule time accordingly based on completion dates you have inputted for each task. Another great feature is linking emails to certain projects in Asana; a quick copy of the URL for the project in the platform, and you can easily send emails and attachments directly into Asana for effortless filing. As a free software, Asana is an excellent tool to use for group collaboration, or for personal use to make sure you are effectively managing checklist, tasks and projects.
The major downside to Asana used in a working environment is that tasks can't be assigned priorities, which can result in frequent check-ins on the list to ensure you are prioritizing tasks properly. A color-coded priority method would be extremely helpful in elevating high priority tasks above the rest. As Asana is a cloud-based software, latency can sometimes be an issue resulting in a delay in typing and moving between projects and tasks, though this is only a minor convenience.
Overall I really love working in Asana. It's easy to use, very intuitive, and solved a huge business need, which was really streamlining our project process and organizing team assignments. I think there's tons of room for growth. I also really like all the online resources they provide - I bookmark articles and tips all the time.
The collaboration opportunities this platform offers is excellent. I also really like being able to assign users are contributors or comment-only. That has been helpful when working with clients who get a little overzealous with their task assigning. Obviously the look and feel are great - it's very intuitive to someone who uses collaborative tools (ie. similar to Basecamp). I also love the drag and drop file archive - we use this feature even more than Dropbox because all aspects of the project can live in one place. The more I can keep my team in this system working, and finding what they need independently, the better.
Not being able to assign the same task to two people is a pain. I don't want to duplicate the task because that clutters up my project space and can cause confusion (esp when I have a ton of moving parts). . So the option to have two people responsible for the same task would be ideal.
I've had issues with the dependency feature as well. It's not super intuitive - though it's a feature I'd like to use because I'd like to trigger team members to start on certain work once a task is completed - it would make my job as the Sr. PM easier. Maybe blowing out the dependency functionality is something to look into.
One thing I hear ALOT from clients and team members is accessing links from their Asana email notifications. They will click a link and be taken to just that specific task, but they don't understand where that task lives because the project tags aren't obvious enough. If the links could open up the full project with the list or kanban view on the left, and the open task on the right, that would be hugely helpful.
Resourcing is a huge issue for our company so I would love to see something about resource management implemented in the future. I would pay double to have a solid resourcing/traffic view in Asana.
Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Asana.
Asana bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Beginnt ab: $10/Monat
Preismodell: Free, Abonnement
Kostenlose Testversion: Verfügbar
Asana bietet die folgenden Funktionen:
Asana hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:
Großunternehmen, Mittlere Unternehmen, Kleine Unternehmen
Asana unterstützt die folgenden Sprachen:
Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Japanisch, Portugiesisch, Spanisch
Asana hat folgende Preismodelle:
Asana unterstützt die folgenden Geräte:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Asana kann in folgende Anwendungen integriert werden:
Bitium, Cronforce, DEEP Intranet Software, Dropbox, Glip, Hubstaff, SeamlessGov, Slack, Usersnap, Zapier
Asana bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:
Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Video-Anleitungen