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Asana Review

    Liz Hull
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Liz Hull

Liz Hull

Liz Hull is a writer for Merchant Maverick. In her three years with Merchant Maverick, she has tested and reviewed over 40 eCommerce platforms and published two ebooks on the topic of online selling. Liz has also been published in Startup Nation and Home Business Magazine Online. Liz has a BA in English and Spanish from George Fox University.



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    Have used Asana for about ten years with clients and within my own group.There’s a learning curve that is moderately steep. You can certainly jump in and begin using it immediately, but the room for confusion and error and lost communication is greater than others I’ve used. It’s not intuitive, particularly with groups of untrained users. I’ve observed that people don’t distinguish between projects, tasks and mail, probably because they all look the same in Asana’s attractive but frustratingly obtuse design.Ownership/permissions of tasks and projects is also an occasional headache.I’ve used Asana mostly in groups of five or less and believe it would be a nightmare in larger groups unless everyone is an Asana expert going in.Finally, I’ll say that there’s a big difference in the capabilities of the free and paid versions. This is NOT a free product unless you’re only using it for smaller groups and projects. And in those cases, TBH, a combination of email and cloud-sharing would be easier and cheaper.

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      AnnSofie

      Watch out, strongly recommend to avoid this company Asana.com by all means. The software is really ok, but the company does not respect the data privacy. They miss-used my credit card, posting transactions on it for a subscription where the credit card was not a valid payment method. Upon request for credit, it was refused. 2500 USD.

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        daniel

        Organization Name: u. of utah

        confused javascript interactions between backend servers requires turning off all reasonable control to use the site. great for home users maybe but not business quality

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        Ola Rybacka

        Hi, Julie! Happy to see an Asana review – couldn’t agree more with you! We use Asana for managing projects at TimeCamp and we totally love it – its distractions-free design, ease to use and good pricing plans are impressive. It’s for sure one of the best project management solutions! Ola Rybacka, Social Media Manager at TimeCamp – https://www.timecamp.com

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          H Povall

          We love it – this program has without doubt reduced the number of meetings etc. within our organisation and saved a lot of time in terms of teams sharing the same view and being better connected with the project.

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