Asana vs Clubhouse: What are the differences?
Developers describe Asana as "The easiest way for teams to track their work". Asana is the easiest way for teams to track their work. From tasks and projects to conversations and dashboards, Asana enables teams to move work from start to finish--and get results. Available at asana.com and on iOS & Android. On the other hand, Clubhouse is detailed as "Project management built for software teams". Clubhouse combines a simple, modern UI with enterprise-grade tools, allowing technology companies to plan and manage their projects effectively, visualize progress across the organization, and define deadlines and milestones based upon data and predictive modeling.
Asana and Clubhouse belong to "Project Management" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Asana are:
- Updated in real-time
- Multiple workspaces
- People views
On the other hand, Clubhouse provides the following key features:
- All your company’s work on one page. Our unique filtering system gives you an unprecedented level of visibility across teams and projects. Our workspaces enable you to jump across projects, epics, columns and filters in a single keystroke.
- Clubhouse works for smaller, flexible teams switching from Trello, and for larger, more structured companies switching from JIRA. Clubhouse is designed to grow with your company.
- Clubhouse provides a bird’s-eye view of your major initiatives, so you can track progress at a glance. As we learn about how you work, we’ll help you estimate the likelihood of things getting done on schedule.
Airbnb, Uber Technologies, and Dropbox are some of the popular companies that use Asana, whereas Clubhouse is used by Impraise, Policygenius, and MakeSpace Labs, Inc. Asana has a broader approval, being mentioned in 665 company stacks & 332 developers stacks; compared to Clubhouse, which is listed in 27 company stacks and 8 developer stacks.
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I have been using asana for a couple years and I have nothing but good things to say... except that it doesn't have a unified inbox and task list across you Organization/Workspaces :(
Amazingly easy task/project management Meetings are great, Type your meeting agenda, notes & next actions directly into asana while the meetig is taking place. Integrates with Dropbox and Google Drive.
This is the easiest project management tool I have ever used and it is very easy to get other people to use it too. I haven't has as much success implementing a habit within an organization as with asana. The biggest problem with Project management systems is that organization members don't use them enough, not with asana. Mobile apps, speedy web app, and integrations galore make it easy for people to stay up to date.
We keep ourselves out of email as often as possible, thanks to Asana. It keeps in the know, helps us manage sprints and hackathons, and helps us be transparent and productive.
I used Asana to manage the tasks, define scope of the project more over to create a learning path that will effect my project.
The central hub where all of our projects live and breath. Without Asana, we would truly be lost.
I use asana for personal projects (to collaborate on event organization) on a weekly basis.