The only task tool you need for task management and lists

Looking for task manager software to help you organize individual and team tasks in one shared space? With Asana, it’s easy to collaborate with your team, no matter where you are.

What is task management?

Task management is more than a to-do list. It means tracking tasks from beginning to end, delegating subtasks to teammates, and setting deadlines to make sure projects get done on time. Task management software, like Asana, empowers teams to work more productively and efficiently.

Asana to-do list allows you to easily view deadlines, priority and assignee in one view.

Why does task management software do?

Do you waste time organizing sticky notes, searching your email, or writing to-do lists? Luckily, Asana can help. Prioritize tasks, manage time more effectively, hit deadlines—all in one task manager tool.

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Key benefits of using task management software

One solution to prioritize your tasks

Keep tasks in one place

Save time and stay on schedule by delegating and tracking tasks. Say goodbye to losing work or scrambling to track down information.

Prioritize your work

Task tracking allows teams to see which tasks are most important or time intensive. With Asana, there’s no guesswork to figure out what to work on first.

Improve collaboration

Share files, feedback, ideas, and more so anyone can tap into your team’s shared knowledge.

Track team progress

Check in on the status of your team’s projects at a glance. Easily see status changes and updates on individual tasks.

Put project work at your fingertips

With a desktop and a mobile app, you can manage your team’s tasks on the go, no matter where you are.

Set due dates and never miss deadlines

Easily assign tasks to team members. Set due dates for larger projects and subtasks in an easy-to-view method.

Using team task management tools

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1. Create a priority to-do list

Creating a to-do list in order of priority is key to keeping your team on track. Use categories to help you prioritize and delegate tasks: urgent and important, important but not urgent, urgent but not important, or neither urgent nor important.

2. Start with the most difficult tasks

While it may be first nature to start with the easiest tasks, many people find tackling the more difficult tasks right away is effective in getting them out of the way. If you’re a person who tends to procrastinate tasks, it might be better to tackle these first.

3. Focus on one task at a time

Our brains do best when focusing on one task at a time. While multitasking can work well to accomplish several low-concentration tasks at a time, it can be counter-effective with high-priority difficult tasks.

4. Set deadlines

Deadlines are the reality of working individually or in big teams. Be sure to pick deadlines that feel both realistic for the project and the team members working on it. Asana’s easy-to-use interface allows you to set these deadlines for larger project tasks and subtasks.

Teams that want results trust Asana

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“With Asana, we're able to keep track of each piece of work, in one place.”

Sarah Wormser, Classpass

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