In this post, we’re going to reveal some highly guarded secrets about our favourite project management tool. Previously, these Asana features were only known to the most dedicated of power users..
So you’ve had enough of filling Excel sheets every week or month and follow the modern business rule saying “there’s an app for that”. Great choice! You’ll save a lot of time, effort (and money, hopefully). But when you try googling “the best timesheet app”, you’ll soon find out that not all apps are created equal.
Let me introduce you to our hero – procrastination – and share 7 time management tips that will help you understand the nature of procrastination and take the first steps to fight the bad habits.
Trello is a multi-purpose task tracking application that brings fun and ease to project management. The people behind Trello surely understand what “user-friendly” means – by learning keyboard shortcuts and micro-features, you can multiply your efficiency in a snap. If you’re only getting started with Trello, this article should help you get on board in no time.
However, because Trello is meant to be as simple as possible, some features which we would normally expect simply aren’t there out of the box, at least not at first. In this post we’re going to take a look at some of the most popular Trello reporting tools around.
The Trello team has done a tremendous job of collecting all tips and tricks on one board and translating them into cards, which might look like fun for the app’s superfans, but not necessarily for those of us who enjoy other things in life and want to get their projects done as fast and as effectively as possible. That’s why we created this short list of tweaks that will let you create a power machine out of your favourite project management app. Check out our top free Trello plugins, add-ons and keyboard shortcuts!