There are a lot of project management tools on the internet and with the ever-increasing market of offsite workers, the need for efficient organizational tools is needed more than ever. When I’m freelancing I typically like to keep in touch with clients and co-workers through Asana. Its intuitive design on mobile and desktop make keeping in touch, sharing files, and completing tasks effortless so all parties involved can focus on the projects at hand. The UI is flawless with the main nav at the bottom where you can press the center button to create a project, task or conversation. Take a look at your task list in My Tasks, check out your messages in your inbox, view your project list in Projects and view all of your off the cuff messages in Conversations.
Just like any great task management tool it prioritizes what needs to be done first and sorts that information in a top-down system based on what’s most important first.
The Inbox feature gives you big picture looks into your organization. This is a space for more thought out ideas.
This is for the quick comments between coworkers working through a project.
Boards give you a great visual glance into your workflow.
Manage all of your tasks and team member seamlessly.
The best part of this app is that its features of the app don’t get in the way of themselves and it just works as an incredible app that keeps you informed of the projects you’re working on. So, if you’re looking for a project management tool that’s free and can deliver everything that most paid apps do especially with a team of co-workers try out Asana.