Types of Asanas
Now that your team is getting acquainted with Asana and its features, you might start to see other ways to track even more work in Asana. We encourage you to keep exploring ways to expand your team’s use of Asana and take a look at our team-specific examples.
Asana is simple but powerful, and it’s flexible enough to track all kinds of work, no matter what type of team you’re on.
Tracking all work in Asana means teams can:
- Connect work—It’s easy to see how your work fits in with what your teammates are doing, and how it will help your team complete projects and achieve goals overall.
- Save time—There’s less work about work, fewer status update meetings, and more clarity on who’s doing what by when, so you can get to work instead of tracking down details. Your team can be more efficient and have the clarity they need to keep work moving forward.
- Improve collaboration—You can discover more opportunities for collaboration, better leverage the work of teammates, and be aware of what your teammates are working on.
And with integrations and Asana Premium features like custom fields, dependencies, and Asana-created templates you can track even more work the way you need. The more you use Asana, the more you can get out of it, and it can continue to scale with your team as you grow and adapt to changes.
In the following articles, you can explore different workflows for various types of teams to get even more work into Asana and inspire new ideas. You might even realize that Asana could be useful for other teams, or your organization overall. To get started, Watch How to Asana for general project management.