We are a small nonprofit charity and would like to better understand whether Asana allows multiple and different tiers (free, premium and business) within one organization (one domain). If, Asana does allow this I am also interested in better understanding what the users at the different tiers can do and see as they use Asana. I realize that this topic was touched upon in:
However, I am still a little confused about this and would appreciate help and confirmation on the following since our resources are quite limited and we need to ensure we are making the right decisions:
- Does Asana allow different tiers (free, premium, business) to be in one organization? It seems like the answer is “Yes” but I just wanted to double check.
- If, “yes”, how are the tiers separated? It seems like different tiers are grouped into teams and divisions? So can I have Team A = Free, Team B = Premium, Team C = Business?
- If, “yes”, how does this work in Asana for the different teams and users? Do users in tiers below other tiers (for example members on free) still have “View” access to features set up by higher tiers (for example members on premium)?
For example, what happens in the following scenario:
An organization has a Manager on a Premium/Business tier and 4 members on the free tier. The Manager then creates a Project and invites the free tier team members into the Project. The Manager creates Custom Fields and a Timeline for the Project. Can the other members who are on the free tier have at least “Viewing” access to the Timeline and Custom Fields? I would understand if the free members cannot use or interact with the Timeline or create Custom Fields but can they at least have a visual on both?
Thank you so much for your help and confirmation.