The Workload feature (requires Business) in Asana helps you to visualise your teams current workload and capacity to take on more work. But you have to be careful. It’s easy to set your team up […]
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Can you use Asana as a sales CRM? This is a question I get from a lot of my clients. The answer is… well, it depends…
I often get asked about how to use Asana for note-taking and how Asana should be used alongside other tools like Evernote, OneNote or Notion.
A lot of my clients who use Asana and(or) Pipedrive use the built in forms options to collect leads and streamline their workflows. However, in both Asana and Pipedrive, the form builders and integration options […]
The forms feature in Asana gives you a simple way to submit new tasks into a project. So why do you need them? Forms are great for helping to establish a process and create […]
I often get asked about whether to use a task or subtask in Asana. In general, tasks are used to plan the steps within a project, and subtasks are used to break down these steps […]
In this video, I encourage you to think about the role Asana is going to have in your company.