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What one thing do you like most about Asana?

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EmilyKramer's avatar
2 years ago

Adding one task to multiple projects is extremely useful for meeting agendas and 1:1s, and for tracking goals, yet many people don't even know you can do this.

7 points
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@maguay (replying to @EmilyKramer )
2 years ago

Ohh how do you do that?

1 point
pendolino's avatar
@pendolino (replying to @EmilyKramer )
2 years ago

Agree totally with this.

1 point
STHoward's avatar
2 years ago

Organizing : has multiple views like kanban, timeline (gantt style), list... and ability to auto export to gsheet

6 points
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@awwstn (replying to @STHoward )
2 years ago

Interesting! What do you use the the GSheet export for? I've never used that integration.

1 point
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@STHoward (replying to @awwstn )
2 years ago

Dashboarding. I've got a lot of simultaneous projects.

4 points
danialmshaikh's avatar
2 years ago

Asana is powerful. As a result, it basically required that I take a few of their online, intructor-led classes, however, once I understood how it worked, it became a powerful tool for keeping our team organized.

5 points
phoffmann's avatar
2 years ago

Great collaboration tool for project management and tasks.

4 points
abargmann's avatar
2 years ago

Very flexible -- can be company wide while also support product engineering teams.

3 points
MelanieCrissey's avatar
2 years ago

Beautiful UI. Intuitive, easy-to-use and doesn't require a ton of training to get up-and-running. My big boss and the Project Manager who leads our team both love using this application to have more visibility into the status of individual tasks.

2 points
kenhiraoka95's avatar
2 years ago

Timeline - Easier to visualize Task/project due dates

1 point
joshuahbrower's avatar
2 years ago

The UX is very easy to use and understand and I found it easy to get moderately knowledgeable quickly.

1 point
KimmoHintikka's avatar
2 years ago

Very complete project management system

1 point
d2kagw's avatar
2 years ago

Great cadence of new features

1 point
jruckman's avatar
2 years ago

Tasks inside tasks inside tasks as far as you want to take it

1 point
xaviemirmon's avatar
2 years ago

Clean interface and simplicity around the ease of use

1 point
SocialKimLy's avatar
2 years ago

It's easy to collaborate with multiple people on ongoing projects.

1 point
itayro's avatar
2 years ago

The discoverability of new features. I don't recall any product that helped me discovered new features like them.

1 point
evanczhou's avatar
2 years ago

All the teams are in one place and we can customize across teams

1 point
WBvanDijk's avatar
2 years ago

Combines different planning features.

1 point
RefinedRhino's avatar
2 years ago

Asana has a great UI and helps me stay productive

1 point
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