Do Great Things In The Cloud With Asana

These days, we appreciate the simpler things in life.

Email and Social Media can sometimes feel like they are overtaking our lives, and our work day.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to cut out the clutter and the noise, to allow us to run our lives and our businesses with ease and clarity? To be simply organised?

Accessible from anywhere, by anyone and  best of all for free?

Say hello to the Cloud’s best kept secret, Asana.

Started by ex Google and Facebook founders, Asana has some serious heads at work, and some serious backing. Names such as Dustin Moskovitz (Co-Founder of Facebook) and Justin Rosenstein to name a few.

Sign in is as simple as the rest of the product. Simply navigate to the homepage, complete the very simple sign up process and you will have your very own blank canvas.

Start by adding a few Tasks, then slowly build yourself up to adding in Projects, assigning Tasks to the Projects, then assigning team members to the Tasks.

When assigned a task, the user will receive a simple email. You can also assign a task to anyone with an email address even if they don’t have Asana yet, they will receive an email inviting them to login and take control of the task.

Great for Service Companies who want a free and easy ticketing system. Or Collaborative Project teams looking to centralise their Project Management database.

Asana has been designed with speed and simplicity in mind with Dustin mentioning that if it was too difficult or slow, people simply wouldn’t use it.

The service is free for up to 30 users, when above that, there are subscriptions services available.

So what are you waiting for, get organised today!

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