How to Asana: Asana and email

How to Asana: Asana and email


What’s the secret to having a more
organized email inbox? Find out in this How to Asana. The secret is simply to rely on email less. It isn’t designed to track all of your work, but Asana
definitely is. We’ll show you how you can move your work into Asana, and what you
can do if you can’t ditch email entirely. To start transitioning your team away
from email, try a few of our tips. Start by planning projects in Asana. You can check out our template projects within Asana to get started quickly, or follow
our step-by-step instructions and ways to use Asana on the Guide (asana.com/guide/examples). Instead of cobbling together requests and updates via email… Get familiar with the Quick Add button—it’s the orange plus button in the top bar and the fastest way to
create tasks, conversations, projects, invite teammates, and more. Instead of checking your email and getting off track… Keep Asana open in your browser all day. You can see incoming Inbox notifications indicated by a dot
in your browser tab and orange dot next to “Inbox” in Asana. Instead of getting lost in a long email
thread… Use task comments, project conversations, and team conversations to
communicate. Instead of trying to do project management with contractors or
external stakeholders through email… Invite guests into Asana so they can
work on projects with you. They’ll only have access to work you
share with them. If you can’t give up email entirely, try these pointers: Send emails to Asana to create tasks and conversations. Send emails to [email protected] and they’ll appear in your My Tasks list. Rely on Asana email notifications, but turn them off once you’re used to using Asana Inbox. Use our email integrations. Just connect your Asana account and set up the integration
so you can create the best flow between Asana, your email, and other apps. Teamwork without email is possible and it’s called Asana.

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