Collaboration and Task management for remote teams
July 06, 2021

Collaboration and Task management for remote teams

Louis Schietekat | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Asana

We use
Asana to manage a few aspects within our small business. The tool works
great for having virtual meetings where a task can be used to capture the
meeting minutes and sub-tasks can be used to allocate the action plan items
to the specific meeting delegates. We also use Asana for high-level strategy
and goal setting as well as day-to-day task allocation and tracking.
  • Task allocation and Tracking
  • Virtual Meeting management covering the agenda, feedback and next action steps
  • Task collaboration with a wide range of features to keep all kinds of task info in one space
  • User experience with task views in list or kanban format
  • Some users might find the user interface a bit dull and un inspired
  • We found the way to use multiple workspaces a bit confusing
  • It takes quite a bit of planning to build a well organized workspace in order not to have way too many projects and tasks all over the place
  • Task allocation
  • Task tracking
  • Remote Collaboration features
  • Collaborative goal setting gets everyone on board
  • Having the progress information always available to the whole team drives productivity
  • Saves loads of time having tasks, schedule, feedback and supporting document in one place
Trello's look and feel could be more attractive for the creatives but Asana provides a more "logical" approach which is appealing to the technical types. It feels like Trello provides more degrees of freedom of use which could make collaboration a bit less structured and could make it harder for a new team member to effectively contribute.

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I believe for a new user it would be great to start with one, relatively small, project with a maximum of 3 collaborators. This would allow a quick tutorial or two to get them going and get good value from the platform. If the individuals liked the experience, then Asana would really be useful in taking on a larger project or even a few projects in parallel.

Asana Feature Ratings

Task Management
Resource Management
Gantt Charts
Workflow Automation
Not Rated
Team Collaboration
Document Management
Email integration
Mobile Access
Budget and Expense Management
Not Rated
Integration with accounting software
Not Rated