Proper Asana Usage i.e. not just another place to check

New user to Asana here!
What are some best practices to make sure Asana doesn’t turn into “just another thing to check”? What if you have people you collaborate with that continue to just email, or send spreadsheets and only half-engage on Asana? How do you make sure you make consistent use of Asana?

Like I said, I’m new, so I haven’t run into any of these problems yet, but welcome any tips and ideas you all may have.

THANKS!

Hi @Elizabeth_Welch, welcome to the Asana Community Forum!

In this article, you can find all the tips to make sure your team adopt Asana and it doesn’t become just another tool to check:

I hope this helps! :slight_smile: