I am the O.M. for a nonprofit that has employees in multiple states, and we also seek donations from folks in states where we don’t have employees.
I am hoping to use Asana to create a tracker for all the states to make sure we are on top of our paperwork and documentations.
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You could set up projects per states with steps to check/complete as sections and also use project and task templates so you can basically set up the different checklists / action steps based on the state.
You could also create a single-select custom field with all states as options and them based on the selection a rule will add all relevant action steps as tasks or subtasks.
You can find a lot of info and use cases in the Asana guide and also here in the forum.
One similar example of compliance tracking has been shared here.
More helpful info:
Manage your nonprofit's fundraising event planning and digital campaign efforts with Asana, Nonprofit grant tracking and pipeline | Product guide • Asana Product Guide, Nonprofit fundraising campaign | Product guide • Asana Product Guide
I hope that helps