It's time to get smarter about the way you use Asana. Kick the log-in, log-out, and log-back-in process to the curb and scale up your productivity by merging all your Asana accounts.
When it comes to popular task management platforms, Asana is fairly high on the list. For most teams, Asana is the go-to productivity platform used to supplement every single project; while for others, it serves as the catch-all platform for tasks that don’t call for a specialized software or system. But regardless of if you’re an avid user of Asana or you’re just getting started with it, this article is for you.
There’s a running joke around the Shift office that everyone is always productive—except when they’re not.
No, but seriously, unproductivity happens to the best of us. So, to better understand the root causes of our team’s (rare) unproductiveness, we took a poll.
Can you guess what the biggest culprit ended up being? Yep, email.
But not just email in general. Specifically, the inbox.