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Asana is the work manager for teams. From the small stuff to the big picture, Asana organizes work so teams are clear what to do, why it matters, and how to get it done.

Featured “App of the Day” on the App Store. “This project management is powerful but not overwhelming—and never lets the process of being productive get in the way of actually getting things done.”

“Asana is one of the best collaboration and productivity apps for teams and an Editors’ Choice.” —PC Mag

“Asana has been instrumental in enabling our team to grow by 6x this year and successfully scale our processes.” —Ryan Bonnici, Chief Marketing Officer, G2

See why more than 7500 people give Asana 4.7 out of 5 stars.

TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF WORK
See who is doing what and by when across the whole team:
• Coordinate plans, projects, and tasks in one shared space
• Switch between list, kanban board, and calendar views
• Organize and assign tasks; set due dates
• Attach files to tasks so relevant info is easy to find

GET THE WHOLE PICTURE—EVEN ON THE GO
Keep an eye on progress no matter where you are:
• Instantly see if projects are on track, at risk, or off track—and why
• Post status updates, or request updates from project owners
• Drill down into tasks for more information

PUSH WORK ALONG...WITHOUT GETTING PUSHY
Make sure nothing falls through the cracks:
• Clarify if tasks are high, medium, or low priority
• Approve work or mark tasks for approval
• Set tasks as milestones to establish critical checkpoints
• Get notified when tasks are completed, overdue, and more

ASANA MOBILE + WEB = YOUR A-TEAM
Work efficiently whether you’re at the office or on the go:
• Automatically transcribe voice memos to tasks
• Convert photos of whiteboards, charts, or diagrams to tasks
• Instantly sync work between the app and web
• Work offline without worrying about losing your data

“We get five times more done per person than companies 10 times bigger than us and relatively stress-free.” - Brett Gurewitz, CEO, Epitaph Records (and guitarist for Bad Religion)

“If it’s not in Asana it’s not on my radar. Our work has a lot of moving parts and Asana helps ensure nothing falls through the cracks.” - Elissa Hudson, Senior Marketing Manager, Hubspot

Join more than 100,000 organizations and millions of users worldwide who trust Asana to stay organized and in control of their work. Download the Asana app now.

By downloading Asana, you agree to our Terms of Service, which you can find at https://asana.com/terms

What’s New

Version 8.74.0

Whoa, it’s already been a month since we last saw you? So much has happened. Except here. Nothing major has happened here besides the usual bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
10K Ratings

10K Ratings

Jinhhh ,

Amazing App

Not to discount the review below me. But god knows many apps have short comings. Honestly this app is a great start to a program which to my knowledge is free? Least I have not encountered a time where I needed to pay. The desktop may have a bit more but I've seen many programs fall way shorter. In fact this is the first app I've taken a time to review. Again the guy below me might have run into some issues and I think the developers should take those into account, but honest to god to say this app is a watered down todo list is pretty misrepresented. Again if he paid and found it lacking by all means complain. But I can say I've found a few apps and even online versions of paid programs more lacking (cough) QBO

omnizen ,

Great App BUT Missing these 2 features are killing team work and productivity

Asana has really been a game change for me personally. BUT, not so much for my team. People are typically stressed out and overwhelmed with Asana because of these 3 things.

1- IOS and even on Web app, it’s EXTREMELY difficult getting to the conversations area. As a result, people on my team resort to random and chaotic text/email threads. Solution? Have a dedicated conversations/chat area on iOS, easy to find and not hidden away. It’s questionable how they placed conversations deep within project area. For those new to Asana and even tech for that matter, it’s really a pain to get people to use a tool when important features are tucked away.

2- Feedback from my team has suggested that it is equally confusing and difficult trying to find files, folders and reference material. Sure Asana has a dedicated space hidden to find files and app for a particular project however, there really needs to be a central are to not just see files/folders but have ways of organizing as see fit. In our business, our team is constantly using the same documents for projects or our business. Solution? Create a a documents/folders dashboards are for which to store and save files with flexibility. Basecamp did this the best having hierarchy and easy accessibility for documents and folders.

Allin1der.com ,

Love Asana.- Needs offline Mode though…

I was searching for the perfect task list / project management software to help me and my incredibly short attention span gain an ounce of organization. I needed it to synchronize with multiple devices. I needed it to keep my projects and clients separate, but also needed it to be able to link them if needed. I had to be able to upload files and link them to the projects and clients. I needed to keep notes and comments on each project to keep up with conversations that span emails and various other forms of messaging despite my pleas to stick to email. I found all of that with Asana. Now, I don’t have to remember every detail because I can just take notes freely that are linked to my color coded, time stamped task.

It’s a fantastic app and one of the first and last I open daily. My only gripe with it is my inability to work with it on my iPad while I’m on the move since I couldn’t afford the model with cell data. It works when already connected and lost connection, but not if you freshly open the app without being connected. If that little issue is resolved then I have no reason to give this less than 5 stars.

Even at the free level, it’s a great app.

App Privacy

The developer, Asana, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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