Asana

Asana

Business Tools / Collaboration / Project Management
Needs advice
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AsanaAsanamonday.commonday.com
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SlackSlack

I have a website for publishing content, and we are around 10 people working on the website. So which task management or system will be best for us to handle the task, and manage the employee?

monday.com? Slack? Jell? Asana?

Which one will be best for our team?

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DevOps Engineer ·
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ClickUp
Slack

I would rather suggest ClickUp as a task management tool and Slack for communications. There are some integrations on both sides. Also, if you use "git" solutions like GitHub or GitLab, you can do some automation on the ClickUp.

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Needs advice
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AsanaAsanaAzure DevOpsAzure DevOps
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JiraJira

I am managing a medium-sized team (15-20 people) who are geographically dispersed. Our team works in privacy, security, data governance, and compliance, but we DO NOT develop software. So, our choices boil down to Jira, Azure DevOps Boards, and Asana.

We are looking for a tool that:

  1. Is user-friendly for non-technicians and easy for us to self-administer.
  2. Permits us to automate common workflows.
  3. Allows us to classify work across multiple dimensions.
  4. Permits cross-functional visibility across work teams to identify potential points of collaboration and historical work projects.
  5. Enables management visibility to see where we may be overtaxed or under-resourced or whether the time is spent on the right priorities.
  6. Enables engagement/task assignments to people who are not necessarily on our team (i.e., I need someone in HR to do "X") - preferably without their needing to be fully licensed.
  7. Makes it easier for everyone to understand how their work connects to the broader team's big-picture goals.
  8. Enables easy integration with other common workplace tools.

Thanks for any guidance you can provide.

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Software Engineer at Blend Labs·
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Jira

JIRA is the clear choice for you based on your use case. JIRA has been around for more than 15 years and they defintly are pioneer in this field. JIRA will perfectly match up with your use cases (data governance compliance, etc.). JIRA can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. You can choose one of the starter templates or build a custom transition with a dedicated workflow for each. If done correctly, even though the first step takes time, it makes life much easier for everyone in the end. I don't work for JIRA just a big fan!

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Sr. Designer at The Electric Company·

This is what I know:

1 - User Friendly is relative to what background you are coming from. I am not familiar with Azure. It sounds like you may be the Project Manager. I have used both Jira and Asana. I think Jira feels and looks more simple. Jira is more Project and software-dev oriented. Asana is more general, not to say it isn't designed to handle a development project. I think your decision is going to come down to: *Who is currently using what? *How is it going to be to get the individual outliers to adopt a new management style? Some will adapt and some will refuse. 2 - I believe they all have a level of automation 3 - I know Asana will let you tag and prioritize. Jira will allow you to prioritize, tag, make teams, and separate the projects by teams if you like. 4 - Again you can create teams and you can control the team visibility to projects. 5 - I know Jira will allow you to create a human resource with a burndown. 6 - Jira can assign tasks, projects, etc. to individual team members. 7 - With Jira comes Confluence. Here you can keep lots of support documentation. They have lots of templates that can be used as well. 8 - Jira does allow a lot of integration. It is designed for Product and Project management of HR and Software. If software devs didn't see a robust integration feature they would be very disappointed.

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Founder & CEO at Macombey·

Sentry has been essential to our development approach. Nobody likes errors or apps that crash. We use Sentry heavily during Node.js and React development. Our developers are able to see error reports, crashes, user's browsers, and more, all in one place. Sentry also seamlessly integrates with Asana, Slack, and GitHub.

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Needs advice
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Aha!Aha!AsanaAsana
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TrelloTrello

I'm comparing Aha!, Trello and Asana. We are looking for it as a Product Management Team. Jira handles all our development and storyboard etc. This is for Product Management for Roadmaps, Backlogs, future stories, etc. Cost is a factor, as well. Does anyone have a comparison chart of Pros and Cons? Thank you.

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Technical Project Manager at ShelterTech·
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ClickUp

I just switched to ClickUp for my development agency - I am the product team, and I relay everything there betwixt designers, devs, and clients.

Clickup = Jira + Confluence but better - more ways to slice and dice your data & documents, make custom views, mind map relationships, and track people's work, plan goals... I even use it to manage project finances and household to-dos.

They have a very comprehensive free tier that never expires, and on top of that they're extremely generous with trials of their paid features, have more-than-fair pricing, and top-notch customer support.

https://clickup.com?fp_ref=max30

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Needs advice
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TestLodgeTestLodge
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TestrailTestrail

In my company we use Asana for task management purposes and looking for a Test case management tool that integrates well with Asana for writing, executing and managing test cases and also for keeping track of tasks tied to test cases along with bugs. A report that could generate the number of test cases executed with Pass/Fail results would be helpful. Thanks!

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Recommends
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Testrail

Hello Anusha 👋🏻 I've worked with both tools TestRail and TestLodge but I recommend testRail for the below reason: - It's easy to customize it and add any fields needed for your project. - It has multiple integrations if you planned to change Asana in the future. - It has An API integration to integrate your automated scripts with the manual ones.

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