Asana is an app to manage projects and work groups in the most convenient way possible. From the app you can create tasks (with their corresponding descriptions), have conversations with other users, create reminders, and much more.
In both the iOS and Android app store markets, there are a ton of to-do lists that let you share tasks with family members. Asana, from developer of the same name, looks to streamline your everyday tasks among your team members, which is especially useful in professional settings where you work more as a team to get certain tasks done. How does Asana look to do this? Simple. First off, it provides a speedy minimalist interface that quickly lets you add tasks and share them with your team members. Next, you can assign when a task is due.
The first thing to do when you create a project in Asana is add the members of your work group. Each member needs an Asana user account, so you’ll need to send the corresponding invitations from the app itself. Luckily, the process is very quick.
Thanks to the app’s comfortable interface, you can carry out any task in a matter of seconds – from creating a new project to assigning deadlines and writing comments about any activity. You can also add elements to your favorites, or use the search tool to quickly find any task.
Asana is a project management app offering an interface that’s both elegant and comfortable to work with. It’s a very interesting application to collaborate with groups of less than 15 people. Otherwise, it wouldn’t hurt to create a couple of subgroups.
This app runs really smoothly and quite honestly, feels like a private social network on your device. For the social beast, Asana lets you manually add team members and followers, who can see what you need to get done. There’s no limit to what you can share.