I think we can all relate to moments of miscommunication via email, text message, or even social media. Communication via any text medium online can quickly result in a battle of he said she said or negative undertones that translate to bad office dynamics. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to completely avoid miscommunication when we use Asana. So, what practices do you have for preventing miscommunication in Asana? For instance, do you have tips for writing helpful task descriptions or even organizing tasks in a way that everyone on your team can understand?
I try to prevent miscommunication in Asana by 1) acknowledging that I’ve seen a message by “liking” the message and 2) being overly obvious and at times redundant in my meeting goals and task descriptions to ensure that everyone is walking into a conversation with the same important information.