Asana: Team Tasks & Conversations
By Asana, Inc.
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Asana is the easiest way for teams to track their work and get results. From tasks and projects to conversations and notifications, Asana enables teams to move work from start to finish. It’s simple to get started, but powerful enough to run your entire business. And it’s free.
QUICKLY ADD & EDIT TASKS ON THE GO
Create tasks, to-dos, reminders, and requests from anywhere in the app
Add due dates, assignees, followers, details, and files to your tasks
Comment on tasks from anywhere
Share images directly to Asana, from other apps
TRACK ALL OF YOUR WORK
View and organize your task list every time you open Asana
See your Favorites and your full list of teams and projects
Organize tasks into projects to track your team’s work from start to finish
Swipe right to quickly complete tasks and notify your team that your work is finished
Search across all of your work to find the info you need quickly
COMMUNICATE IN ASANA
Use conversations to make announcements to your team, ask a question in a project, or comment on a single task
Get notifications in Inbox about only the projects, tasks, and conversations you’re following
Send a teammate a quick reply with a heart or a comment directly from Inbox
FREE UNLIMITED USAGE
Add tasks, projects, comments, conversations, and attachments for free—for teams up to 15 people
Your use of this app is subject to the Asana Terms of Service, which can be found at https://asana.com/terms
What's New in Version 4.7
We’ll never forget the wise words of the calculus teacher who told us, “there are two types of bulleted lists in this update. One about fixes and the other about improvements.” It never really clicked until today:
• The “Show More” button sometimes didn’t. Now it works 100% of the time, every time.
• At-mentioning a teammate in a new conversation could cause the app to crash. Not anymore!
• See your lists immediately when you open the app (because they're cached now).
• We provide a more detailed error message on failed logins, e.g, “Your password was incorrect,” or "You're not connected to the internet.”
• Archive notifications directly from a push notification. No need to open the app. What will you do with the time you save?
I wonder how he knew...