Coordinating a web production schedule when producers and web developers work out of different tools usually leads to ineffective handoffs and misaligned timelines. Instead, web production teams can rely on Asana to establish a clear process and timeline so business and technical teams can get on the same page—even if they're using different tools.
Make deadlines and responsibilities clear. Tasks with deadlines show who's responsible for what, by when, while keeping track of instructions and attachments to speed up production.
Save time with automation. As new requests come in, or work moves forward, project owners can set up rules to automate work to save time and steps in the process.
Clarity doesn’t have to be complicated. With a weekly to-do list template, you can create a new task list in seconds every Monday.
Take the guesswork out of task prioritization by creating a prioritization matrix template. Prioritize your work by business impact and needed effort.
Starting a project without considering risks is, well, a big risk to take. Prevent major issues from occurring in your project with a risk management plan template.
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