How can I boost my team to work in ASANA

I have created project, tasks and delegated it to my team members, however, they do not like to work in Asana. Can you give me some tips on how can I push my team members to use Asana?

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Have a look at this post where I shared some feedback around this topic: πŸ“Œ How to get started with Asana? - A Guide from A to Z
and πŸ’ͺ Keep your (remote) team motivated with the help of Asana - A to Z

In general I know that implementing new systems and programs is always a bit challenging (at least I have experienced this with various teams) however over time once everybody sees how much more efficient the workflow is they will start to love it more and more.

Depending on your team size I definitely recommend having at least 1-2 coordinators become masters of Asana so they can always assist, guide and monitor.

I recommend starting by setting up the initial structure, then play around with it, test things to see how things will work out best for you. Have a look also at all the guides provided by Asana, they are really helpful: How to use Asana, Asana tutorials, onboarding tips, and team use cases | Product guide β€’ Asana and whenever struggling with something there are many in this forum there to provide tips :slight_smile:

Start slow, with small steps and the key features and then over time add more features. Communicate with your team members to understand what they are struggling with and then show them how these problems can be solved with the help of Asana.
Once they see and understand how much time Asana can actually save them + how much more organized they will become I am sure they will change their mind.

I hope that helps :slight_smile:


Using Asana during the meetings is a key thing I believe. Share your screen and do things live: assign tasks, change dates, create tasks…

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