Switch between project views with a single click, no setup needed.
Surface the most relevant information for your team by creating multiple custom views within a project.
Drag and drop tasks to instantly update your project timeline.
See tasks as cards: Drag and drop them like sticky notes on a Kanban board.
Define your process: Show work stages with columns, like “new,” “in progress,” and “complete.”
Keep tabs on details: See the task due date, assignee, and subtasks on each card.
List to-dos: Capture every step in a project, from start to finish.
Customize your layout: Drag and drop tasks into custom sections to stay organized.
Use it like a spreadsheet: Label tasks and use columns to automatically sum, average, and count numbers.
See the big picture: Create a project timeline in seconds to visualize where work starts, ends, and overlaps.
Spot blockers: Flag which tasks can’t be started until another is completed.
Shift schedules with a click: Drag and drop tasks to instantly update due dates across your whole timeline.
Pencil it in: Schedule tasks on a calendar to spot holes and overlaps in your schedule.
Make adjustments: Drag and drop tasks to a new day and automatically update due dates.
Go deeper: Click on tasks to pull up a detailed view.
See end to end: Get a bird's-eye view of ongoing and upcoming work.
Stay on track: Set a target schedule and monitor how your progress aligns with it.
Identify roadblocks: See how every piece of work fits together with visualized dependency chains.
Combine them with these collaboration features to help your team stay in sync.
Yes you can. In fact, Asana’s board view is a Kanban board. Picture a board with sticky notes arranged into columns, like “do,” “doing,” and “done.” That’s what board view can do, with much more functionality than paper sticky notes.
Timeline and calendar view can give you different types of insights. Consider timeline view if:
Your project has an end date.
Your project has dependencies and work needs to happen in a specific order.
You want to create a project schedule and track progress.
Consider calendar view if:
Your project is ongoing.
Tasks are independent of each other.
You want to get a glimpse of work happening this week or month.