My name is Aaron Ebert and I am a Product Marketer here at Asana. I am thrilled to tell you about our three newest products officially launching on January 14th to all Asana users. These products are built to help teams align on a shared vision, at any point in time, so that they can achieve more together. Get your teams on the same page with a one-stop shop for your projects and contextual conversations. Check out the features below:
Project Overview - Set the stage for work. And stay aligned. Give your team a one-stop-shop to find key resources, updates, and more. Things to know:
- Project Overview is the first tab in every Asana project.
- Create project roles inside a project, so teams know where responsibility lies.
- Attach key files and documents so teams can easily access the most up-to-date information.
Project Brief - Write briefs in Asana. Use this text editor to outline the scope of work, backstory, and other important details. Things to know:
- Project Brief lives within the new Project Overview tab and allows you to attach any supporting document.
- Embed files from 7 partner technologies: Figma, Miro, Vimeo, Youtube, Wistia, Whimsical, and Loom
- Stylize your documents with headers, rich media, or by linking to other work inside of Asana.
Messages - Communicate effectively at any level (individual, project, team, or any combination), directly where the work is happening. Things to know:
- Messages is taking over the “Conversations” tab in every project.
- Messages do not have a due date or assignee.
- While Conversations allowed you to update members of a specific project, Messages are more flexible as you can send them to multiple projects, people, or any combination.
- Messages can be started from Inbox, from the Messages tab in a project, from the omni button (+), or from hovering over a user’s name.
- Messages can be viewed in your inbox, in the Messages tab of a project, or in the left-hand side bar under reports (Messages I’ve Sent, Messages I’ve Received).
Stay tuned for more information on how these features can help your team gain clarity and context in the new year coming Jan 14th.
Looking forward to your feedback and questions!