Asana increases employee productivity and customer satisfaction, according to IDC²
faster execution of business processes
more business processes completed
improvement in employee satisfaction
See how projects contribute to top-line objectives so your team always knows what to work on first. By tracking all of your work in one place, never lose sight of what’s most important for the business—and for your day-to-day.
Keep your cross-team stakeholders up-to-date on important, blocked, and high-priority campaign work. Tag, sort, and filter campaign deliverables in a centralized place, so stakeholders always know what to focus on first.
Automatically bring critical work to the forefront, even on day one. Quickly prioritize work, so new hires can spend less time organizing and more time executing.
Asana integrates with 200+ of your favorite tools. Centralize your most important work in one tool to reduce app switching and get your most important work done.
Check out our easy-to-use templates for popular projects and processes. Then, customize them for your workflows.
My Tasks is a personalized view of every task that’s assigned to you, regardless of which project it’s in. Visualize all of your to-dos in one place to ensure nothing falls through the cracks.
Track and manage tasks across multiple projects. When you make changes to a task in one project, instantly see those changes reflected across all projects in real time.
With native time tracking, quickly estimate expected and actual time spent on tasks. Get better real-time estimates on project progress which is essential for budgeting and forecasting.
Workflow Builder is a no-code point-and-click tool to visualize and build powerful automated workflows. Streamline tasks and keep your teammates in sync via integrations with 200+ of your favorite business apps.
Custom fields are the best way to tag, sort, and filter work. Create unique custom fields for any information you need to track—from priority and status to email or phone number.
Custom templates make it easy to duplicate existing workflows or common processes—giving teams confidence that they don’t have to recreate work from scratch or worry about missing any steps.
Project views make it easy for you to see your work, your way. Select between List, Board, Calendar, and Timeline, and toggle between the project views to find a view that works for you.
Mark a task as waiting on another task with dependencies. Teams with collaborative workflows can easily see what tasks they’re waiting on from others, and know when to get started on their portion of work.
View any project in Calendar view to see all upcoming and past work in a calendar format. Give stakeholders insight into task due dates, as well as the larger cadence of scheduled project work.
Try Asana for free for 30 days, no credit card required. Get started with a free Business trial, then follow the on-screen instructions to log in!
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.
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.
Your task management tool should have everything you need to manage and execute your work. Make sure the task management software you choose aggregates your to-dos in one view—at the project and portfolio level. You’ll also want to look for a tool that gives you the flexibility to do your work your way by offering integrations with your favorite business apps. And last but certainly not least, make sure the task management software you select has a way to automate your workflows with rules, templates, and more.
Multi-homing is the centerpiece of cross-functional collaboration in Asana. Your most important work happens with team members from other departments—who each have their own way of storing and organizing to-dos. With multi-homing, you can house the same task in multiple projects (rather than creating duplicates of the task, which can quickly get outdated). Then, if you change any task details in one project, those changes are instantly and automatically reflected across every other project in real time.
Subtasks help you break the work of a task into smaller parts in order to divide up the work among multiple people. For example, a “blog post” task has several parts. One person needs to write the blog, another needs to review it, and so on. In this case, each individual component would be its own subtask, assigned to the person responsible for completing it. All subtasks are housed within a parent task—the blog post task—making it easy for stakeholders to stay connected to the overarching context of their work.
With task templates, you can templatize any task-level process. For example, if every contract review requires five steps, you can create an easily duplicatable contract review task template. If you want to templatize project-level processes, try creating a workflow to coordinate work seamlessly across teams.