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☑ Learn how to organize and structure work in Asana
☑ How to set up workspaces and invite team members to collaborate
☑ How to add deadlines, assign ownership, and keep a project on track
☑ How to use the calendar view to get the big picture of a project
☑ How to use tags, sections and color-coding to organize a project
☑ Get an overview of all the features available in the basic version of Asana
Asana is an awesome and very popular tool for project management.
In this class, I'll take you through all the basic features of Asana step-by-step so you finish with a great overview of the features available to you.
I've used Asana extensively over the past few years, both when working full-time at an events company and remote for a consultancy, as well as now working several different freelance roles where I have clients using this tool.
I believe that using Asana makes teams more productive, as it helps to organize everyone's work, keep team's on track and makes project management easier and more efficient.
What will this course cover?
the five key areas of the Asana interface
how to create tasks
how to create projects
the difference between a workspace and an organization
how to add due dates to tasks and projects
how to assign ownership to tasks and projects
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at complete beginners to Asana. I want to help you get your first taste of this tool so that you feel very comfortable using it for personal projects, freelance or full-time work right after watching the lectures.
This course is also useful for people who are already using Asana but have a feeling like they could be getting more from the tool, maybe they haven't had time to fully review all the features on offer. If this sounds like you, I'm sure you can pick up one or two tips from this course to share with your team.
What are the benefits of taking the course?
If your company is using Asana, or will be in the future, take this course to get a head start on what features you have available.
That way, when you start using Asana for project management, you understand the best way to use Asana to organize a project into a way that works for you and your company.
It's important to understand what you can do with Asana, so you choose the correct set-up (personal projects, workspace or organization) and use features like tags, sections and color-coding to give everyone an accurate big picture of a project.
Otherwise, Asana can become a confusing space, where there are duplicate tasks floating around and no clear organization.
Don't make that mistake.
Take the time to learn about the basic features of Asana, so you can create a clear and organized project management structure.
As a student, you’ll get lifetime access to:
16 engaging and practical lectures
Step-by-step tutorials: how to create tasks and projects, assign ownership, due dates, and more
All this for an investment of $19.99. If you aren't 100% happy with the course, Udemy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked. Register for the course now and get started today.
Check out what other students are saying
"I have found this course really helpful because it is clear, easy to understand and explains the program very well."
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - Nikolett Gorog, August 2019
"Very good , probably the best about Asana"
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - Stefano Tanzania, July 2019
"Really interesting and easy to follow tutorials. Would recommend."
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - Alex Carol, June 2019
Understanding the interface
Deciding between a shared workspace or organization
How to set up a workspace & organization
First impressions: Homepage, My Tasks & Inbox
How to quick-add a task
Task ownership & due dates
Adding comments & followers to tasks
Task options: Attachments & Sub-tasks
Task options: Add tasks to a project & Tags
How to create a project
Add team members to projects
Using the project calendar view
Project progress, conversations & files
Use sections to keep projects organized
Conclusion & Key takeaways
Conclusions & Next steps
Very clear explanations and demonstrations. Examples are relevant to what I was planning to do, helpful!
It was a great intro to Asana. It was challenging as the course is not based in the latest user interface version. Sometime I couldn't see on my Asana the same way as it was in the course.
Yeah it's a good course to get you the basics of Asana. There are some things that are different taking this in 2020 but still was very helpful.
If you are looking for a short guide on Asana with clear instructions, high quality video and lecturer who has nice and engaging voice, this is the right place. Thank you!
This is a great course for a complete beginner; or someone who needs to understand all of the basic features of Asana. Nikki is extremely clear, showed good examples, and had great video presentation skills. Thank you
I was intimidated by Asana and Nikki really broke it down for me, cant wait to start building Asana to our needs.
This was a great course! I really enjoyed the flow from set up to personalizing tasks to different projects.
Very good course covering all basic features of Asana : I hope you will soon release further courses on the subject!
Thanks, You got a sweet voice. Some constructive criticism: 1. I Expected to learn a bit more about premium features and portfolios. Disappointed that these were not mentioned in the course. 2. Would be a good idea to add a practical section where you design a few projects, task, sub tasks, assign different teams and MOST IMPORTANTLY go over good practices to get the most of Asana. Otherwise the demonstration was clear and concise. The course has helped me a lot to start organizing our team.
My coworker told me about this course because we use Asana on our team a lot. I think the instructor went slow and step by step of all the features, which makes me feel prepared to use the tool. I think it will be a good match for our projects at work.
Good but much too short. Adding two, step by step sample projects, at the end, would have made this my favorite Udemy course.
I have been using Asana for a while, but this has helped me learn ways to improve how I'm using it, and ways that I have been using it in a less than optimal way. I appreciate the organization of the course and how clearly each section was explained.
It was a great introduction to beginner-level Asana. Lots of easy to follow instructions and tips. I hope a more advanced lesson is available soon.
I have found this course really helpful because it is clear, easy to understand and explains the program very well.
Probably good explanation on how Asana works (although one can also read the different drill-down options), but it's all about task details and I miss the perspective of what really counts for a project manager. From this tutorial I have the feeling Asana is a micro project management tool. Maybe that's due to Asana and not this course, but my questions are still unanswered.