You probably already have tools and techniques you’ve been using to plan and manage your team's work. In this training, we'll show you how to do this more efficiently and effectively in Asana.
In this virtual workshop, you’ll see how to move time-bound work, ongoing processes, and reference projects into Asana. Come learn how to build effective projects and processes in Asana to get your team’s work structured and organized.
In this virtual workshop you’ll learn:
- Common projects and the different ways to view them in Asana
- Best practices to structure projects, and how to make them specific to your team
- How to save time by linking work with specific features
Register for this session to get best practices, learn insider tips, and have your questions answered.
This virtual workshop focuses on Asana Premium and Business features, which you’ll be able to test drive during the session.
✨We'll be sending the first 50 registrants a special Asana gift right to their home. Register today! ✨
This free training is a part of the Asana Together World Tour, a series of highly engaging and interactive learning opportunities designed for you and your team. Get ready to collaborate live, ask questions, and learn directly from our team at Asana. Our Asana Together community program connects customers and experts around the world to teach, learn, and achieve more—together. Find your place in Asana Together today!
P.S. This session is designed for people who are familiar with the basics of Asana. If you’re just getting started, we recommend attending the Get Started with Asana virtual workshop first.
About Asana: Asana helps teams orchestrate their work, from small projects to strategic initiatives. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Asana has more than 93,000 paying organizations and millions of free organizations across 190 countries. Global customers such as Accenture, Estee Lauder, Japan Airlines, Sky and Viessmann rely on Asana to manage everything from company objectives to digital transformation to product launches and marketing campaigns. For more information, visit www.asana.com.