In this movie, you will know what is needed to follow along in this course, including statement of end users as target audience using free version of Asana
- [Narrator] Well, here's what you need to know about this course on Asana before we begin. Firstly this course is targeted to end users. The people who will be using Asana to create teams, collaborate on projects, create tasks and communicate with other team members. We will not be getting into the administrative side of Asana. Secondly, I'll be working with the free version of Asana, a great place to start and excellent way to try Asana to see if it's right for you and your organization. Occasionally, I will be mentioning some of the additional features you can get with a paid subscription to Asana.
But we'll continue to work with the free version in this course. Asana allows you to create a corporate account as someone who will use Asana in an organization. But you can also create an individual account for using Asana on your own. We'll be focusing on using Asana in the context of a corporate setting, where we can explore working with teams. And that's what you need to know before we get started. So what is Asana exactly? We'll discuss that next.
- Creating an Asana account
- Updating your profile
- Working with teams
- Creating a project
- Organizing projects and tasks
- Adding and arranging tasks on a board
- Collaborating on projects
- Prioritizing tasks
- Creating and updating a dashboard