Today, business systems pro Indigo Colton is here to teach you how to use Asana's custom fields and task dependencies to stay on top of your design projects!
Setting up a system to get your projects organized can be hard, but all you have to do is set aside some time to get it done. As Nike says, just do it. Today's post will help you see how to get started!
If you’ve read Nesha’s blog for a while, I’m sure that you’re familiar with Asana! But just in case you’re new to it, here is a very quick overview for you: Asana is a project management software that lets you keep track of your tasks, deadlines, and other pieces of the multiple projects I know you’re working on. You can easily collaborate with clients, team members, and business besties. They have an incredible free version, and an even more incredible paid version.
I personally use Asana to manage my entire life (business and personal!) because it works the same way that my brain does, and it makes working with my quickly-growing team a breeze. And you can use it with its most basic functions and be completely taken care of. But what happens when you want to dive further into what Asana is capable of?