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.
Asana is one of the best task management systems available, and one of the best things about it is that it's free. There is a paid version, but the free version is very full-featured and plenty good enough for most things.
The things I like most are:
- Intuitive and easy to use
- Actively developed and supported
- Large, active community
- Integrates with practically everything
- Can share with multiple people
Asana is very popular and used by many entrepreneurs and small businesses. It is simple enough to use without any real training, but full-featured enough to grow with your business.
Asana has one big flaw that even the paid account doesn't address. You can't see ALL of your tasks in one place.
Asana is organized into Workspaces and within those, Projects. Within each Workspace, you can view MyTasks to see all the tasks assigned to you from all the projects within THAT workspace. But if you have multiple workspaces (ex. a client shares their workspace with you), there is no way to see all the tasks assigned to you from all workspaces.
Literally no way. No workarounds I've tried work, no chrome extensions, nothing. There are tons of requests for this feature in the Asana community, but for whatever reason - they just don't offer this feature.
Take note Asana devs - if you would just fix this one issue, Asana would be very close to perfect for a lot of people. Fix this one issue, and a bunch of those people who are using other tools might come on back to you.
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Our Marketing team used the free version of Asana for over 5 years and really made it work for them to the point that we adopted it as an organization and purchased the pro version. We've been adding projects and it's now feeling cluttered, but I think that's just a process issue. I would recommend having clear guidelines on what constitutes a project and a routine for archiving projects to keep things clean from the onset.
Users don't have to be experts to get started with adopting this tool, but also has many advanced-level features and integrations. A "con" I turned into a "pro" through Asana's good knowledgebase was learning how to set up projects in Excel (allowing copy/paste and search/replace functionality for repetitive series of tasks) and importing into Asana as a new project -- initially they were taking too long. It's very easy to assign/change tasks in bulk. We have the Pro version and love the functionality of custom fields (although a con is that you only see the latest custom fields created by anyone and there's no controls so it can turn into inconsistencies or duplication of efforts.) Support was good and account manager used an onboarding template to outline our steps to help acclimate us.
There are ways to control email notifications within each project (or turn off completely), but in spite of training, I still struggle with that as I set up new projects and getting enough, but not too many, reminders. Subtasks are great to hide granular-level items or breakdown a single task to multiple users, but they're not automatically assigned to the parent project of the task they're created under. Notifications don't include the parent project name and the task isn't always clear when taken out of context.
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It makes my job much easier. It helps office staff be more self-directing, and it keeps us organized on our management team.
It's accessible from my phone or my desktop. I have several ways of accessing my "to do list" now - I keep on top of my work and projects I'm even peripherally involved in via the inbox. I can filter to just "my tasks" or I can specifically choose a project and view all of its tasks. I can check out the calendar view to see what's going on with a broad look, or I can view individual tasks and all of the subtasks to manage them at a narrower scope. This app connects our management team, some of whom are almost always in the field, so that we can all work together. It's practically eliminated the need for internal emails. We love it. It keeps all of our information relevant, quickly-accessible, and current. Everyone has the most updated news on all of the projects he or she is involved in, so it makes everything move much more quickly, especially in invoicing and business development. One company I work for uses the free version, and I freelance for a company who uses the paid version. It's free or inexpensive, and it works wonders. I like it better than any of the competitors I've tried. The customer service and development teams are pretty transparent and active on their user forums, so that's a plus, too.
The only thing that I don't like is that once you pick a format for a project, it can't be changed. You can choose to have project organized as a list or as a "board" (think of it like a page full of sticky notes). I have one project that has gotten a lot bigger since I created it, and it would be much better managed at this point as a list, but I'll have to replace it with a list-based project in order to do that. Not a deal-breaker, but definitely should be an option. They're aware of it, and it's on their priority list. I just can't wait til it's released.
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Don't try to talk anyone into Asana! I have found the successful launches are as follows 1. Its your team and you will only work through Asana and its just what it is. ( not the best feeling roll out, but I have never not had a team member come around one day and have a list of..did you knows about Asana features) 2. When someone is talking through an issue they are having that you know Asana could easily solve politely build the project bones right then and there and car sell them (wouldn't it be great if you had a tool that could show you... or how easy would your job be if you could always find the document xx emailed to you for project....) and when the head is nodding flip your screen towards them and be like "would it look something like this? 3. Just start using it and start rocking your job and when people start to wonder how you have organized your life and work in such a short period of time. tell them you aren't sharing your secret or your secret software... and I'll be damned if they don't all figure out what you are using and just plan adopt it and them come back around like they are some sort of secret tech agent that figured out your secret and cannot believe you were holding this back from them....even though you had a 3 month internal adoption campaign for it earlier in the year...*head shake*
Asana is a very easy to pick up software. I stumbled across it while on the search for something to help me stay on top my teams progress on the multitude of small to medium size projects they were involved in at our company. At the time my team was struggling to organize the fire drill level projects that seemed to be dropped off in person, emailed, or communicated through a variety digital outlets all day every day. A the time I was wasting time trying to help the five year old organization dial in on a communication method and project management philosophy. Having no luck trying to fix the problem company-wide I turned inward for a tool to help our team. Asana was exactly what we needed. The two biggest function i used right out of the gate were To do list and Email forward to task (forward any email into Asana through either a general email or a project specific email - whoever you put in the [To] becomes the owner of the task [CC] becomes a follower [subject] is the task title [body] becomes the task description. So many executives would just email me all day long with things that specific people on my team took care of, before Asana I had to email it to them and then keep a list of items to remember to follow up on and to follow up with the executive to make sure they got the response or service they were looking for. Enter Asana - Same as before I forward the email along adding the Asana email, big difference is now I have a digital list of what tasks I have forwarded on, can see the solution provided, can see the response from the executive, and get to sleep at night when my team member checks it of as done and it clears from my assigned to others list. Also helped with repeat questions as the executive team started to see the change in our department they slowly started to adopt Asana for themselves and their teams. Onvce they started interacting through Asana we stopped getting common repeat questions because as soon as they would start typing it the system would pull up previous items and ask if any of these were relevant to their question. Win Win, less emails, people empowered to have the answers they need without needing to file every communication themselves, only have to follow up on tasks I've assigned out when I get the "hey should someone have done something with this" pop up when the system feels like a task is going longer than usual. Also connects with ... nearly everything
The dashboards are very basic. You are better off tracking larger projects between a three way Asana, Instagant, Harvest integration. It is great that you can create templates for larger projects or tasks that reoccur so you don't have to rebuild it every time, but its a pain that you cant have the people who do the task assigned to the template. you can but then they get blown up with reminders and end up spending time searching for to-do's that are not real because its in the template.
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Our company has increased our ability to provide clients with deliverables. We have been able to say we meet deadlines. We also have not sacrificed quality and have been given the ability to focus on that rather than focusing on tasks/timelines.
It works for both my visually creative people and my operational people. It allows ease of mind for myself when assigning tasks to others. It's also easy to use for those who aren't "tech savvy" or who struggle with learning new things. They provide a lot of insight into how to use/customize the software for your organization. Having implemented it across my organization in the "premium" version, we have found ourselves more organized, more goal focused, and are no longer worried about remembering the details. It's all there for us. Very happy with the future updates coming out to make it less marketing/sales oriented with abstracts to more process oriented and operational-ized without losing the ease-of-use features. We use it primarily for HR (training, onboarding) and our Client Projects (keeping track of tasks and deliverables while keeping an eye on due dates). We have just implemented it into Marketing/Sales and we maintain about 75% compliance.
It was hard to find information on the premium version in a way that showed me exactly what it did. Eventually, a person contacted me by email and provided me with a webinar, but I couldn't find the same webinar on their site which was a little frustrating. Their customer support has gotten better, but it still needs a little work (chat is great, but would love a dedicated account director). Still lacks features that other PM software has which I would like. I know it's coming soon though. I rated lower on Features/Functionality and Value for Money because I think those go hand in hand. The Free version was fine for us except I wanted more. If there were more features I think it would be more worth the money. As it stands, you could take or leave the premium version. Among peers, I usually recommend the Free version and implementing that before moving towards the Premium version. I did that for about 6 months before committing to Premium.
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Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Asana.
Asana bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Beginnt ab: $10/Monat
Preismodell: Freemium, 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, Portugiesisch, Spanisch
Asana hat folgende Preismodelle:
Asana unterstützt die folgenden Geräte:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Asana kann in folgende Anwendungen integriert werden:
Bitium, Cronforce, Dropbox, Glip, Hubstaff, SeamlessGov, Slack, SocialChorus, Usersnap, Zapier
Asana bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:
Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Video-Anleitungen