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Asana is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work.
Cost: Free and Premium versions
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Comments on Asana
“Project management and automating workflow” L&D, UK, 2020
Quick Guide to Asana
Here you will find basic guidance and links on how to use Asana for teaching, training, learning and development.
In the workplace Asana is a popular tool to collaborate on everything from routine tasks to a major project as they explain here:
- Get organised – Plan and structure work in a way that’s best for you. Set priorities and deadlines. Share details and assign tasks. All in one place.
- Stay on track – Follow projects and tasks through every stage. You know where work stands and can keep everyone aligned on goals.
- Hit deadlines – Create visual project plans to see how every step maps out over time. Pinpoint risks. Eliminate roadblocks. Even when plans change.
In this video Louise Henry explains how Asana is her fave project management tool and how it will change the way you run your business
Asana can also be used in education to help students stay on top of assignments and classwork so they never miss a deadline. They can use tasks, projects, and calendars to keep track of everything they need to do. It can also help to manage student clubs and extracurriculars or plan events.
Asana can also be used to manage online teaching projects, and to collaborate with your online learners, as this video shows.
- A Comprehensive Guide to Asana, CLoudApp, 13 July 2020
- What is Asana and why should we use it? Declan Kay, 25 May 2019