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Asana Review

Product Snapshot

Product Pricing

Product is available as a free plan, and in multiple packages:

  • Premium – $9.99 per member per month
  • Enterprise – Contact vendor directly for pricing information
Technology

Product is available as a SaaS solution and requires no additional hardware for installation.

Customer Focus

Vendor works with companies of all sizes and across multiple industries.

Select Customers

LinkedIn, Rdio, Twitter, Airbnb, Foursquare

 

About Asana

Asana Asana is project and task management software that facilitates team collaboration and conversations, provides at-a-glance progress views and enables users to create actionable tasks based on team discussion threads. The platform is equipped with an project- and task-focuses inbox, and allows users to customize workflows through custom tracking fields.

The software enables users to create and assign tasks in order to divide responsibilities among multiple team members, organize initiative, meeting and program tasks into shared lists and boards, and is built to identify workflows and processes in order to provide efficient project structures. Additionally, the platform is equipped with a library of pre-made project templates, allows users to break tasks down into subtasks, and convert larger tasks into standalone projects.

About the Company

Asana was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

 

Asana Key Features

  • Deadline and time tracking tools
  • Facilitates project-related conversation and discussion
  • Individualized task and To Do lists
  • System search query tools
  • Admin controls including SSO and SAML enablement
  • File and document storage and sharing repository
  • Vendor and contractor collaboration tools
  • Private project and access limitation settings
  • Data export capabilities
  • Task dependency settings and notifications

 

Products Similar to Asana

  • Asana is great but my team found PostFrenzy.com to be a better fit. Do you really need real-time changes at the keystroke level unless you watch what other people do for a living? 

  • daniel

    I have recently used Asana CRM for about 10 days and i hate it! I am not a newbie in using CRM’s, I have used Basecamp, Salesforce & Top Producer for several months and they were even better to understand than this Asana! It might appear user friendly but there were just too many things happening on your screen all at once. I also think that the organization that i have worked with did an awful job in utilizing this crm which made my experience horrible. But generally, i am not a big fan of asana crm.