I’m excited to announce that we’re rolling out Workload—Asana’s take on resource management—this week! Workload provides a visual snapshot of your team’s work and capacity across projects in your portfolios. We’ve heard from many Business and Enterprise customers that they needed this centralized view to be able to see staffing across multiple initiatives at a higher level.
We want to thank our Asana customers who have provided so much crucial feedback during the beta period; this helped our team focus on the most important customer needs. On that note, we will continue to collect feedback in product after launch, and would love to hear from you.
In addition, our user research team has done a lot of work on understanding how customers measure effort, or the size of tasks to be done—and we’ve learned that there are a handful of methods teams prefer. This is why we’re excited to share that our product team is currently hard at work building custom effort features into Workload.
As usual, we will be rolling out this new feature gradually this week, so if this feature is not available to you just yet, don’t worry, it will be very soon. And of course, if you have any comments or questions, feel free to post them in the comments below.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be making this feature available to all Business and Enterprise customers (including those on trials). For more info on how Workload works, check out the Asana Guide.