As mentioned previously, Asana is a mature product that has almost all of the project management features you’d expect from this type of software. It has multiple views such as Gantt charts, list views, board views, and calendar views. It also gives almost anyone the ability to assign tasks to users, chatting, unlimited projects, and project briefs. In addition to these expected features, there are many advanced tools to take advantage of.
Asana provides tools to build custom forms with conditional logic that adapts to the situation. If someone answers a certain way then the questions they’ll see can change to personalize the experience. It can be used to submit work, onboard new clients, or kick off projects.
Instead of the normal busywork associated with moving a project to completion. Asana allows you to automate a large chunk of it such as assigning people to the work, approval flows, form submission and follow-up tasks, etc.
Clearly define what needs to be approved and by whom within Asana. Using that workflow, send tasks and projects off to the approval queue, trigger a notification for the approver, and get them to check items in a timely manner.
In many cases, projects don’t exist on their own. They are part of a larger initiative. Asana allows you to group projects together and get a bird’s eye view of all activities and the overall progress. This makes it possible to implement changes and adapt to circumstances in real-time.