For Asana and Trello we frequently get requests for using Custom field information within Bridge24 (filters, charts, reports, etc). We have begun a process that will take a few iterations before being able to use them throughout the application. The first step is being released today with the ability to Group by Custom field values from within Reports.
Selecting the Custom field to Group by
From the Report parameters, simply select the Custom field from the drop-down grouping field.
You have the option to Group by a secondary dimension as well, that can also be a Custom field.
In the resulting report, the total of tasks/cards that meet the Grouping value criteria is presented. The count of each group is provided and the list of associated tasks/cards is listed within each grouping category.
As with any report, you can now export it to Excel, for further editing, or to PDF directly.
Stay tuned for more improvements coming your way soon!
Remote work is definitely one of the fastest rising trends in the area of employment. It is preferred by some workers because it gives them more time to focus on their work, rather than on getting dressed and commuting. In fact, a 2015 Gallup poll revealed that 37% of the labor force in the US works remotely and that number is steadily rising. People who work remotely adopt a working style that doesn’t confine them within the walls of a traditional office. This means that they perform their jobs anywhere and it doesn’t even have to be specific.
The remote work scale
In order to understand how remote work works, it is important to get to know the remote work scale which ranges from ‘not remote’ to ‘fully distributed’.
In-office (not remote)
At this end of the scale is the most common work set-up which is in-office where an entire team of workers is situated in one office. It doesn’t offer flexibility in the hours that workers spend in the […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-17T13:03:28-04:00October 17th, 2019|
Search engine optimization or SEO is important to website management because it helps drive more visitors to a specific website. It includes strategies and techniques that result in a website being ranked at the top of search engine results pages (SERPs) of search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. SEO specialists know a lot of ways to increase rankings but there are also other ways that are not too technical for the ordinary team. One of them is by using Trello, the project management software that is being used by numerous teams and individuals. Whether the purpose is for business or for personal advancement, Trello is the perfect tool.
Why choose Trello?
Trello is an online collaboration tool that has been named as one of the best collaborative project management tools. It uses the Kanban view, which originated in Japan, that utilizes boards for a more visual way of managing a project. This method makes it easy to add team members and assign tasks to them, set due dates, […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-16T09:20:57-04:00October 16th, 2019|
Asana has been around since 2008 after it was created by two of software world’s biggest names, Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein. With more than 25,000 paying users to date, Asana has been proven to be the leading software for project management. Basically, Asana provides a workspace for teams where they can collaborate for the management of their projects. Users have the power to create tasks and assign them to specific members, as well as set deadlines for the tasks and share documents.
Now, the question is how useful is Asana when it comes to making a product roadmap?
What is a product roadmap?
Every project management team has its own product offerings and creating a roadmap for these is important. A product roadmap is a visual plan that shows how a product is going to meet business objectives. It is the product’s guide, direction, and plan for how to execute a strategy.
On a general note, a product roadmap has the following goals:
It should describe the strategy and vision
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-16T09:01:44-04:00October 16th, 2019|
Asana project management software makes it easier for people to be more productive. Every feature can be used to simplify or streamline processes that require more time and effort. Teams are able to communicate and collaborate more effectively. So, work proceeds more smoothly and accurately, allowing team members to do it right the first time. These past weeks, they released new exciting features. They are rolling out a new voice recognition for iOS and a Rules feature for automation. For a powerful reporting and exporting tool for Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try.
Introducing Voice Recognition for iOS
In the last week of September, Asana announced a new voice recognition feature available for the iOS platform. Users can now create a task by recording a voice message. When you use its mobile app, you will see a microphone icon together with the other Asana icons (calendar, image, paperclip, etc.). You can make a dictation, and the VR feature will transcribe it and save it […]
Advertisements and promotions bring customers in, but it’s great customer service that keeps them coming back in. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, considering the many challenges that come with customer service. Even the biggest and most established names still encounter the most common issues related to keeping customers happy. A recent study confirms that customer service continues to be the top priority of small business owners. The problem is that it is perpetually impossible to keep track and respond to every client’s concern in an accurate and timely manner.
Thankfully, there is already numerous software in the market that offers solutions that actually work. Among these is Basecamp which helps businesses organize their tasks and projects. Everything can now be found in one place, reducing the risk of losing files and getting disconnected from what needs to be done.
Why choose Basecamp for customer service?
There are many reasons why Basecamp should be used by businesses and organizations, no matter how small they are. This software allows communication […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-15T14:49:05-04:00October 15th, 2019|
Project management is done through different methods and one of them is agile methodology. In this methodology, project management teams break up a project into stages called sprints and collaborate with their stakeholders. This is done to improve the outcome of the project and come up with the desired result. The agile methodology starts with the client explaining the end product they want and the problems that it will solve. Then, the team begins their work, following the process of planning, executing, and evaluating.
The agile methodology works under its four main values:
Choose interactions and individuals over tools and processes
Accept change more than sticking to a plan
Work together with customers more than discussing a contract
Use software more than documentation
This methodology is not only used in project management but also in marketing, education, software development, and construction.
What are the principles of agile methodology?
Every project is unique and calls for different approaches. This is why agile methodology provides users with its 12 guiding principles […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-15T14:49:26-04:00October 15th, 2019|
Every project management team needs an effective and efficient tool for managing tasks, making schedules, working within a budget, and planning work. One of the world’s most popular project management software that is being trusted by numerous organizations is Asana. It can be used by teams for planning, sharing, and organizing work, as well as for making to-do lists. It was founded in 2008 by two big names in the industry namely Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein. Rosenstein used to work for Google while Moskovitz was one of the members of the original Facebook founder team.
The main purpose of Asana is to improve work management and team collaboration. It provides teams with the tools they need in just one software and is available in free and paid versions. Users of the free version get the basic features useful for searches, archives, and tasks, while those who use the paid version have access to more advanced features such as unlimited […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-15T14:49:40-04:00October 11th, 2019|
Feedback is an integral part of every project, organization, and business. It is the way to get to know what customers want, what they can say about certain services, what services or products need improvement and more. Sometimes, feedback may just say a simple ‘thank you’ or ‘bye’ and people who receive it may already have an idea of what it means.
In the past, getting feedback meant going out in the streets and personally talking to stakeholders and random customers about what they think about certain products or services. Some other organizations give out surveys or conduct interviews in the street or through the phone. Today, with the advancement of technology, getting feedback can already be done from the office through the use of software and tools. Of course, feedback today doesn’t just come from customers but also from clients and stakeholders as well, especially in project management.
How feedback affects a project
In other areas, feedback comes after a product is bought or a service is provided. This […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-15T14:49:54-04:00October 11th, 2019|
Employees who are the backbone of every company need to feel fulfilled in their jobs and important to their teams. This is achieved through transparency. Unfortunately, studies reveal that transparency is not one of the thrusts of many companies and organizations. In fact, it has been found that only 42% of employees are actually aware of their company’s vision, mission, and goals. This could mean that many companies failed in making clear and setting straight what they are really about. Given this fact, how can employers expect their employees to be productive when they don’t even know what the targets are of the organization they currently work in?
Transparency is crucial because it just doesn’t make people feel better but it also makes people work better. It helps define roles and identify an organization’s values, structure, and objectives. In project management, transparency is about knowing the performance of a project or its processes. It further reveals the information used for making decisions, as well as the details of […]
By Mae Virtucio|2019-10-15T14:50:06-04:00October 10th, 2019|
Project management software used to be so expensive and out of reach for many small and medium-sized enterprises. Companies used to spend millions on acquiring tools that help them better manage their projects and make sure they stayed within their budget. Well, gone are those days! As today, numerous software of this kind are already available and have been made affordable even for businesses that are managing just a few projects. Thanks to this cloud-based software, task management has become easier, more efficient, and less stressful.
The software industry brims with different kinds of software for project management, ranging from free versions with limited capabilities to pro versions that are acquired on monthly or yearly subscriptions. Each tool has its own features which dictate their price on the market. Free versions don’t have as many capabilities as the paid ones but most of them are enough for smaller businesses. The subscription versions are mostly used by larger companies that undertake more projects.
Before project managers decide on the software to use, here is a list of the […]