I’m also at a stage where I need to decide for one or the other. I also found Wrike to be quite ahead of Asana:
In task descriptions, you can add images, insert links, tables, headings, etc. Something simple that Asana does not provide even with customers begging for it.
Video Proofing available - If you produce video, that’s a big plus
- Custom fields in sub-tasks - Asana doesn’t provide this, although it’s been requested for 3 years. BUT, Wrike doesn’t allow Custom Fields content roll down from tasks to sub-tasks. So I guess not a real possitive for Wrike there.
Product Team in Wrike seems to be more responsive, compared to the years of “radio silence” I see here in Asana.
Where Asana has an edge though is in how user-friendly its UX is. Which is a big plus for working with teams that dont have the time to learn a complicated tool.
I’m trying so hard to love Asana, but I keep finding myself trying to figure out some workarounds for all the things that are not provided or don’t work. And it’s frustrating to see how basic features have been requested for years, with no response from the development team (other than the helpful and very nice people from the community).
I need to make my mind this month (we need to move the team from Trello).
If you can share your thoughts I’d appreciate it.
@Clayton_Chipper what did you end up doing?
Thank you guys!