How do managers use Asana to give a team member (direct report) a list of quick tasks?
When a person reporting to me comes into work on Monday, I’d like to give them a list of action items they should look at, instead of sending the usual email. Creating a list of individual tasks is too much work, because we only turn items into full tasks if there’s work agreed upon. The weekly list changes, too.
I was going to create a task like “Jane’s Monday List” and then add subtasks such as “Learn about SEO tool ubersuggest”, and “Be awesome, again!”. Is there a way you have used to manage your direct reports’ work in Asana, by giving them a list like this? Ideally, I want it to be pinned to their view on their mobile phone, so they see the “what I should be reviewing” list.
BTW, if there is another product that equally does the job well, I am interested to learn about it. We’re not going to not use Asana, but interested to learn about other tools that may be just right for the use case I have in mind. Google Keep?