Explore product and engineering workflows
Product and engineering teams use Asana to coordinate efforts and hit launch dates. Once a feature has shipped, Asana helps teams monitor feedback, track bugs, and prioritize work so they can iterate on and ship the best version yet. Here are a few workflows your product and engineering teams can use in Asana:
Product launches—Plan out your next launch, and keep other teams in the loop. Asana will help you keep track of everything from your high level goals, to small details so everyone can stay on the same page with all the moving pieces.
Product roadmap—Keep a clear picture of your team’s milestones and the path to get there with a roadmap project in Asana. You can show what your team is currently working on (and what’s next) as well as keep a backlog for prioritization later.
Bug tracking—Easily track and file bugs in Asana, so you can spend the time fixing them instead. You can prioritize bug fixes against all your other work in a single place.
Sprint planning—Give your team clarity on sprint plans and milestones. Not to mention, with status updates and project progress documented in Asana, you can spend less time checking in, and more time doing.
Product feedback—Gather meaningful feedback from a variety of sources by centralizing it in Asana. As feedback comes in, your team can assign it out as a task to make it actionable. Asana also makes it easy to spot trends and make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
Being Agile—Asana is for all types of teams, but you can customize your experience to match the Agile approach and Scrum practices. Respond to change and iterate quickly instead of getting lost in complex processes across various tools.
Want to learn how to build out these specific workflows in Asana? Check out our product and engineering workflows page.