One of the simple tricks you can use to be more efficient in Asana is to use the built-in keyboard shortcuts. There are shortcuts to help you navigate around, create tasks, add tags, change dates […]
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My clients are often confused about what to put in Asana. Or they have misconceptions that it’s only for big projects. But Asana can be used for all sorts of use cases.
If you need to manage a remote team, Asana can help you to:
In this video, I show you how to use TMetric with Asana for time tracking.
It’s not uncommon for a team to use a variety of software tools to collaborate and manage their workload. Even within the same organisation, you may have different departments operating on different platforms. For example, […]
In this video, I give you a behind the scenes look at how I’m currently using Asana and how I’ve structured my account. Not that this is the ‘best’ way to do it. Naturally, based […]
A lot of Asana users get overwhelmed by the inbox and end up missing important notifications and comments from their teammates. In this video, I share some tips on how to use the inbox better […]
If you use Asana and Slack, WHEN and HOW do you use Slack or Asana? What’s the rule or best practice to follow? That’s what I’m talking about in todays video.
In this episode of the Paul Minors Podcast, I interviewed a client of mine, Josh Krueger, all about his approach to automation and systemising your business. Josh is the founder and CEO of Dotcom Design, […]
In this video, I show you have I’ve created a “master” timeline in Asana consisting of tasks and milestones from other projects. This allows me to create a high-level view of the work I’m doing […]