Asana

Spend less time on guesswork. And do more great work.

(91 Reviews)
About Asana
Asana helps you coordinate all the work your team does together. So everyone knows what needs to get done, who’s responsible for doing it, and when it’s due.
Asana
Spend less time on guesswork. And do more great work.
4.34/5 (91 Reviews)
Product Demo
Core Features
Workflow Management Software Features
  • Access Controls
  • Business Process Automation
  • Calendar Management
  • Custom Dashboard
  • Forms Management
  • Graphical Workflow Editor
  • Notifications & Reminders
  • Reporting & Analytics
  • Task Management
  • Workflow Configuration
  • Compliance Tracking
  • Document Management
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Susan WoodfordReviewed 1 month ago
Great Mgt Tool for SMB's
Role: Director at urteam
Reviewed 1 month ago by Susan Woodford
Role: Director at urteam
Great Mgt Tool for SMB's
We have used Asana for over 5 years, this is a great product, time and team magt tool.
Srishti SinhaReviewed 6 months ago
A Well-rounded Tool Keeping Tasks Easy and Organized
Reviewed 6 months ago by Srishti Sinha
A Well-rounded Tool Keeping Tasks Easy and Organized

I use Asana for my workflow management, and this tool actually makes my work smooth because it is fast, flexible with modern design. This tool makes my job a lot easier because of its essential features like business process automation, graphical workflow editor, forms management, notifications & reminders, and workflow configurations. I can easily view my task in an organized manner. Asana has made it easy for me to collaborate with my team as it can be accessed easily through any device; mobile or laptop or iOS. Overall, it is a robust project management tool for teams that makes the process quite handy and easy to keep tasks organized and prioritized.
Pros: Asana is the best choice of software for timeless work, and the most significant advantage is that it can be shared with multiple people. While I’ve started using this software, my work has become quite easy and saves a lot of time.
Cons: Definitely worth the price, but for someone to buy one or two features that are required, there should be a mid-pricing point.

Discussions
There is a multitude of choices when it comes to project management. However, choosing one of them can be onerous. To help you with that, I have an analysis drawn. But before comparing the three, let me put forth a short overview of Trello, Asana and Jira.TRELLO:Trello gives an extremely intuitive layout that requires no prior learning. This is the reason why professionals have largely adopted this project management platform. How it works is, it offers you a black canvas upon which you can put up your lists and cards after creating your account. The colorful labels or icons signify the status of the project. It allows setting high priority tasks as well as ones that are completed. The plan comes for free but with some limitations. The remaining two plans cover business class and enterprise for $9.99 / user/ month and $20.83/ user/ month respectively.Features:Learning requires no skillsEasy to use UIBetter visualization of the project statusLimitations:Board can get cluttered over timeBest suits:Small to medium-scale companies that do not require any specific structureASANA:Asana’s UI is more organized compared to that of Trello. Its canvas gives you a listed or a tiled view of your recent projects. Along with that, it lets you briefly define each task and add collaborators from your team. Further, it lets you assign due dates along with some advanced features for creating portfolios, setting goals and an inbox to view your tasks.For a user base of 15, it is free but for more number of users $12.11/ user/ month.Features:Organized structureSegregate tasks assigned to youNot too difficult to learnLimitations:It may get cluttered eventuallyAsana is best suited for small or medium scale businesses with a limited number of employees.JIRA:Jira offers a far more systematic view of projects for most agile teams. Its features include scrum boards, kanban boards, roadmaps, agile reporting and much more.Jira comes with the capability to handle large-sized projects. However, it does have a learning curve.Features:Advanced features to view stages of projectsCan handle large projects as wellLimitations:Expensive for a user base more than 10Learning curveFinal Chart:
There is a multitude of choices when it comes to project management. However, choosing one of them can be onerous. To help you with that, I have an analysis drawn. But before comparing the three, let me put forth a short overview of Trello, Asana and Jira.TRELLO:Trello gives an extremely intuitive layout that requires no prior learning. This is the reason why professionals have largely adopted this project management platform. How it works is, it offers you a black canvas upon which you can put up your lists and cards after creating your account. The colorful labels or icons signify the status of the project. It allows setting high priority tasks as well as ones that are completed. The plan comes for free but with some limitations. The remaining two plans cover business class and enterprise for $9.99 / user/ month and $20.83/ user/ month respectively.Features:Learning requires no skillsEasy to use UIBetter visualization of the project statusLimitations:Board can get cluttered over timeBest suits:Small to medium-scale companies that do not require any specific structureASANA:Asana’s UI is more organized compared to that of Trello. Its canvas gives you a listed or a tiled view of your recent projects. Along with that, it lets you briefly define each task and add collaborators from your team. Further, it lets you assign due dates along with some advanced features for creating portfolios, setting goals and an inbox to view your tasks.For a user base of 15, it is free but for more number of users $12.11/ user/ month.Features:Organized structureSegregate tasks assigned to youNot too difficult to learnLimitations:It may get cluttered eventuallyAsana is best suited for small or medium scale businesses with a limited number of employees.JIRA:Jira offers a far more systematic view of projects for most agile teams. Its features include scrum boards, kanban boards, roadmaps, agile reporting and much more.Jira comes with the capability to handle large-sized projects. However, it does have a learning curve.Features:Advanced features to view stages of projectsCan handle large projects as wellLimitations:Expensive for a user base more than 10Learning curveFinal Chart:

There is a multitude of choices when it comes to project management. However, choosing one of them can be onerous. To help you with that, I have an analysis drawn. But before comparing the three, let me put forth a short overview of Trello, Asana and Jira.

TRELLO:

Trello gives an extremely intuitive layout that requires no prior learning. This is the reason why professionals have largely adopted this project management platform. 

How it works is, it offers you a black canvas upon which you can put up your lists and cards after creating your account. The colorful labels or icons signify the status of the project. It allows setting high priority tasks as well as ones that are completed. 

The plan comes for free but with some limitations. The remaining two plans cover business class and enterprise for $9.99 / user/ month and $20.83/ user/ month respectively.

Features:

  • Learning requires no skills
  • Easy to use UI
  • Better visualization of the project status

Limitations:

  • Board can get cluttered over time

Best suits:

  • Small to medium-scale companies that do not require any specific structure

ASANA:

Asana’s UI is more organized compared to that of Trello. Its canvas gives you a listed or a tiled view of your recent projects. Along with that, it lets you briefly define each task and add collaborators from your team. 

Further, it lets you assign due dates along with some advanced features for creating portfolios, setting goals and an inbox to view your tasks.

For a user base of 15, it is free but for more number of users $12.11/ user/ month.

Features:

  • Organized structure
  • Segregate tasks assigned to you
  • Not too difficult to learn

Limitations:

  • It may get cluttered eventually

Asana is best suited for small or medium scale businesses with a limited number of employees.

JIRA:

Jira offers a far more systematic view of projects for most agile teams. Its features include scrum boards, kanban boards, roadmaps, agile reporting and much more.

Jira comes with the capability to handle large-sized projects. However, it does have a learning curve.

Features:

  • Advanced features to view stages of projects
  • Can handle large projects as well

Limitations:

  • Expensive for a user base more than 10
  • Learning curve

Final Chart:

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