In this recent iteration of the export functionality, the ability to export multiple levels of Asana subtasks to Excel and CSV is now possible. This addition was based on user feedback that we received. Asana’s subtasks are regular tasks that can be nested up to 5 levels deep. There are many use cases that we have learned about and have offered 2 subtask export options for users based on these; full task list (including subtasks in the main task list), and separate sheet per level of subtask (Excel only).
To access from the Grid, Kanban or Calandar view, click on the Export icon on the top right:
Users now have access to the following options for subtasks in the Subtasks Preference dropdown:
Do not export – Does not export subtasks
Export in one sheet – All levels of subtasks will be placed within one sheet with tasks
Export to separate sheets – Every level of subtask will have its own sheet
Ever think to yourself that “there must be a better way to get the information I want out of my application?”. This month in Bridge24 we are releasing the ability to export your information from your connected AceProject, Asana, Basecamp, or Trello application to Excel or CSV. Many programs do not allow control of the information exported, such as: not exporting comments, a limited quantity of tasks, not exporting subtasks, or only bulk download of all of the data. Bridge24 allows you to filter and visually format your information across all your projects and easily export.
You can now, for example:
Filter one or more projects between certain dates then export
Export a filtered list of your assigned tasks, to-do’s or cards
Group by project, by user and more into a coherent and structured list, then export
Show/hide and arrange columns that you want in the export
From the Calendar view, export the items from the current period displayed
A Kanban board is a visual representation of tasks and workflow, making your operational experience that much easier by centralizing information. Bridge24 has released its first iteration of this valuable tool. Now users of Asana, Basecamp, Trello , and AceProject can visually change the state of their tasks by dragging from one list to another. The list represents the status, or process step (workflow). In an instant, a user can see work to be started, that which is in progress and completed.
We know Trello already has a light Kanban-style board, but we offer some behaviors not present in Trello. For example, you get the card count for each list, a list can be collapsed to free up your screen, and a lot more.
Sometimes there are many lists and your screen fills up very rapidly. Scrolling to get access to the last column is sometimes tedious and sometimes not all columns are required to be viewed, since perhaps only a few
Trello is a visual collaboration tool for planning projects and tasks. While mainly used by agile software development teams, the tool is unique when it comes to its acceptability by non-developers. As such, it is being used by a great number of people in various industry verticals. Its Kanban-style approach is not only meant for project managers, but also for planning weddings, making a list of vacation spots to visit family and friends, and for a million other things. If you are on the lookout for a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
Features, Benefits, Product Strengths
Easy-to-use, Visual Organizational Tool – Trello uses an online digital whiteboard of sorts that can contain a list of lists through boards and cards. Indeed, the user interface is highly intuitive and interactive. Columns that can represent work stages, topics, dates and other categories are easy to add, edit and move. Cards under each columns can contain all work details,
Project management is accepted by most professionals in many companies as a key element in realizing business goals and customer satisfaction. Today’s global business landscape is significantly project-driven. Hence, companies are sorting out and studying about the kinds of project management processes, methodologies and tools to implement in their own teams and organization. Choosing the right PM tool is critical and challenging. The right tool can support processes, boost productivity and empower the workforce. A wrong choice adds to the problem. Choosing the right PM is also challenging simply because of the huge number of choices.
The Top 4
An efficient and reliable project management tool has strong core features but at the same time flexible for different situations. At its basic, it has a solid task assignment, progress tracking and information organization features. Also, its communication and collaboration functions are easy to use. Residing in the cloud makes it highly accessible. Last, the ability to work with other apps through integration provides users some degree of customization. Below
Asana continues to provide effective and functional features that enable teams to collaborate seamlessly. Recently, it launched another feature that will help teams work better together and effortlessly. The new Boards feature is providing users a more visual way to plan, prioritize and track work with more flexibility. Indeed, Asana users have been tracking work with this project management tool, but occasionally have to use other tools to visualize it better. Now, users just have to use one tool to manage their projects up to completion.
Asana is introducing its first version of Boards, an intuitive way to visually manage work into columns and move them through multiple stages. It is as if they are moving their sticky notes across a digital whiteboard visible to the whole team. However, Asana Boards go further. The Boards are fully integrated with an advanced project management functionality and collaboration capability across projects. Furthermore, this feature is available on the web, and on iOS and Android platform.
Trello is a project management app that helps users organize and prioritize information in highly visual ways. Just recently, it announced Slides integration for the Google Drive Power-Up. In general, a Power-Up is a way to enhance or expand Trello’s features by integrating with plug-ins, add-ons and 3rd party applications. In the past, users are able to attach docs, spreadsheets and folders from Google Drive into a Trello card. The latest Slides integration allows users to turn a board or set of cards into a presentation easily.
Trello for Google Slides
With this latest integration, users can make a Slide deck quickly out of Trello cards. Work information that is already outlined on the board can be easily turned into a presentation in just a short amount of time. Aside from the time savings, it is a great and handy tool for many important situations such as:
Any situation for sharing a Trello board in a clear, presentable way.
Asana is a popular task management and work tracking tool. Teams from small and large companies across the globe are using it to figure out what needs to be done by who and by when. In spite of its popularity, it does not consider its application as a one size-fits all solution. Instead, it has equally worked on with its ability to integrate with many third-party apps for a more complete business tool. And a few days ago, it has announced an integration with another very recently launched platform, Microsoft Teams.
Announcing Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace within Office 365 that enables teams- with their conversations, content and the tools they need – to easily collaborate together. At the moment, it is available in preview to commercial customers on certain premium Office 365 plans. This chat workspace provides teams with persistent and threaded chats, visible team conversations, integrated voice and video conference tools and other modern tools. It is also customizable with its open
A couple of months or so ago, Asana launched custom fields that enable users to track anything that needs tracking. The new feature reflects a continuing commitment to empower teams and help them do great things together. More recently, it was announced that users can also work with custom fields using the API. This is opening great possibilities that will result in even better integrations. Indeed, users can now use custom fields in scripts and integrations, making apps work better together.
Unito Syncs Asana and GitHub
Asana’s partners and 3rd party developers are busy trying out this new feature. In fact, Unito is one of those who tried out the custom field usage using the API. Unito is an application that works in the background allowing users to sync their different project management tools. The partnership brought about a tool that allows a two-way sync between Asana and GitHub. GitHub is a code repository site. With the new tool, GitHub issues and Asana tasks are now automatically synchronized.
Company culture is changing drastically. “Casual Fridays” are now a week long, and companies like Google are pushing the limits of employee benefits by offering perks like on-site doctor visits.
As an entrepreneur and digital agency owner, hiring the best and retaining top talent is fundamentally based on the culture our company provides. By creating a culture that blends work and non-work life, I’ve seen the success in the autonomy and leadership in our team that builds a solid foundation for growth.
While not for every business, work-from-home days are becoming increasingly popular. I’ve seen companies leverage this perk to cut down on parking costs in metropolitan areas for their employees and create more room in already full office space. With account management software like Asana to internal communication software like Slack, collaboration can expand outside the office space.
Technology is more a catalyst than an influencer in education today. It is increasingly changing the education landscape. Technology consultant, Gartner projects that this year will see 6.4 billion connected things in use world over, up 30 per cent from the last. Look further at the same number in 2020 and the forecast suggests it will be close to 21 billion.
In a Forrester Research study, over 80 percent of participants said the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the most strategic technology initiative for their organization in a decade.
Managing projects better
In the workplace, elearning has become a norm as it has been proven to reduce costs, make learning faster yet more effective and boost productivity. Choosing a project management tool is one of the more important decisions an elearning team makes. One of the governing factors in making this choice is the tool’s flexibility while remaining fully functional. While there are several tools in the market, there are some that provide standout features. Google Docs pairs with any