Perfect for anyone just getting started
Tasks are the basic unit of action in Asana. You can; create new tasks, duplicate an existing task, merge two tasks together, print a task or delete a task.
A well-written task will help you work more effectively and efficiently.
Use subtasks to break up the work of a task into smaller parts or to help divide up the work among multiple people.
Projects allow you to organize all of the tasks related to a specific initiative, goal, or big piece of work into a list or board.
Every team uses Asana for project management a little differently, but these tips will give you the best starting point to get the basics down, while giving you a glimpse of what you can do once you have a few projects under your belt.
My Tasks lists all the tasks that are assigned to you in a given Organization or Workspace.
The Google Drive file chooser is built into the Asana task pane so you can easily attach My Drive files directly to tasks.
It’s stressful and time consuming when your to-do list is a guessing game or you’re not sure if you’re working on the most important thing. By prioritizing and managing tasks with Asana, you can better manage your workload to hit deadlines and stay productive.