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.
Organizing : has multiple views like kanban, timeline (gantt style), list... and ability to auto export to gsheet
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.
Very flexible -- can be company wide while also support product engineering teams.
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.
The UX is very easy to use and understand and I found it easy to get moderately knowledgeable quickly.
The discoverability of new features. I don't recall any product that helped me discovered new features like them.
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