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Asana is a Godsend
April 06, 2014 12:03
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.
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We use Trello to share vision on what's important to tackle next. We have different boards : general, speakers, sponsors.
I use Trello for organizing projects. Typically I break a project up into sections, add and prioritize tasks for each section. For largest projects, I'll break it into multiple trello boards.
We use Trello for all of our projects - Main company tool for giving clients a view of our progress.
I use Trello to organize my personal projects such as blog posts, freelance web development, and managing my online presence.
Personal use. Also added various features to Trello by way of browser extension for a customer.
Our regular use of Trello is for general updates on features, listing potential improvements and also resources we use on a daily basis.
All of our tasks are dealt with on Trello, from inception to development and deployment. It's really helpful for everyone to be able to see what people are doing, and to be able to observe the progress on cards that people are interested in.
Feedbacks from Retrospective Meetings are save here. For list called Backlog, each card will generate a new issues (by IFTTT recipe)
Trello keeps us focused on what needs to be done, and see what other team members are working on.
We originally decided to use Trello because GitHub Issues were getting way too crowded and overwhelming. Also, GitHub Issues are great for detailed bits of work, but they're not so great at high-level tasks or buckets of work. The milestones stuff in there just doesn’t cut it.
We love Trello. It's great because it’s super flexible. Almost to a fault. The one thing I wish it had: velocity. Not sure why they don’t add that, but I would so use it. Right now we just add an estimate of hours at the top of the description field. I also wish they had a more robust Calendar and concept of time. Trying to get Trello to act like a product planning tool is almost impossible. And using other tools is a nightmare. So we’re kind of stuck using Trello as-is. But Trello as-is is > all the other PM tools we’ve tried (and we’ve tried a lot).
Trello and HipChat for coordination...Trello allows the entire company to have insight into what the developers are doing, they can contribute and comment about things versus if we used GitHub Issues, and we’d all need to have accounts have tons of people that don’t need to be on our GitHub account. There's no reason to manage them all there.
All ideas and knowledge that needs to be elaborated or shared is done in this wiki. With plugins for create embedded prototypes.
Also is part of the development processes to create requisites and other artefacts.
It's main use is in the development processes, it could be used to create manuals and software documentation as well, but is used more as a collaboration enterprise tool.
Collaborate on project documentation, functional specs, walkthroughs, development standards, coding standards etc.
All of our (Engineering) knowledge is in Confluence. We document our thinking, our architecture, support recipes, trip notes, anything and everything. It's very important in a remote setting, to be have this type of knowledge store.
The central hub where all of our projects live and breath. Without Asana, we would truly be lost.
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.