Description

Asana is a task management and organization software. It helps teams to manage and collaborate on their workflows. The product is swift, easy to use, and reliable. It's designed for teams to save time writing emails, scheduling meetings, and working on other tasks.

Founder(s)

Dustin Moskovitz, Justin Rosenstein

Features

Asana has numerous features, which include:

  • Activity dashboard
  • Media planning
  • Lead management
  • Milestone management
  • Resource scheduling
  • Calendar management
  • Multi-campaign
  • Project management
  • Communication management
  • Collaboration tools
  • No-code
  • Drag and drop
  • Project planning
  • CRM
  • Data import and export
  • Remote support
  • Data visualization
  • Client management
  • Email marketing
  • Personalization
  • KPI monitoring
Pricing

Asana offers a free version for teams of up to 15 people, which is the basic plan. The paid pricing plans are categorized into:

  • Premium: $10.99/month (annually) or $13.49 (monthly) for unlimited users.
  • Business: $24.99/month (annually) or $30.49 (monthly) for unlimited users.
  • Enterprise: prospective users are required to contact the sales team for a quote.
Cost

11

Price Range

Affordable

FAQs

Is Asana easy to use?

Asana is easy to use and relatively flexible for all workflows. It makes managing and organizing projects and tasks easy. It also allows users to check a task off the list when it is completed.

Is Asana expensive?

Asana offers a free version that can accommodate up to 15 people. Asana Premium costs $10.99 per user/per month and  $13.49 per user/per month when billed monthly. The product pricing plans are relatively affordable.

Does Asana allow easy integration?

Asana is characterized by a user-friendly interface that allows the product to integrate easily with other project management platforms. It enhances collaboration and easily prioritizes projects in real-time, making working even more straightforward.

Is Asana secure?

Asana servers are kept in secure SAS 70 audited data centers. These servers are firewalled to allow the necessary minimum traffic to run the service. Only Asana employees who have legitimate business needs have access to these servers.

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