Asana is a great operational tool for users to centrally collaborate on project and task information. Reporting features, however, are limited. With Bridge24, users can connect dynamically to Asana and instantly create and export powerful charts and task lists for basic reports.
Benefits of Using Charts
Charts aide in a quick understanding of the distribution of tasks and provide an overview to access information through a visual representation. Rather than looking through lists and lists of tasks or extensive filtering and searching, find information at a glance visually through a chart. The chart can also be exported (PDF format) to share with managers or co-workers to quickly see patterns and other aggregate information for comparisons, etc.
Charts Based on a Project or Filters, and How to Access
The charts in Bridge24 are contextual and based on the current tasks displayed from a project or filter results. In the case where you wish to include completed tasks, you can create […]
Bridge24 is continually picking up steam, thanks in part to those users that spread the word about our great product! A number of new features have been added to help disseminate information to others including a simple invite and also an Affiliate program. The Affiliate program allows you to collect a 20% commission if users you tell Bridge24 about decide to purchase a Premium subscription through your affiliate link.
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More information about the Affiliate Program can be found
Happy New Year everyone! 2017 went out with a bang, and we are looking forward to a great 2018! Our continued resolution that is always top of mind: Continue to listen to our users and add more value within Bridge24.
A New Website for a New Year!
If you haven’t been to the site in awhile, the look and feel has been completely revamped. It has a much more light and airy feel to it and now matches the similar feeling you have from within the Bridge24 application. Messaging is clearer and more straightforward for new users.
Asana Start Date Support
If you are using an Asana Premium workspace, then you were recently provided with additional functionality allowing the input and use of Start dates in addition to the existing Due dates. The field has been made active within Bridge24! This allows you to access, report and export this field from the grid, board and calendar views.
We have been working on refining Bridge24 and adding more features and value over the last year. Bridge24 is now at a stage of maturity moving out of our free beta period towards a new Subscription based model.
After much consultation with our current users, we have introduced 2 available selections opting for a simplified subscription model, a Free and a Premium level:
You are automatically subscribed to the free version upon creating your account. You can use the Free version for as long as you would like. You can see from above the reason to upgrade to the Premium level allows the removal of 3 limitations in the Free version, namely:
Custom filter limit set to 3 filters
Task History retrieval set to the last 7 days (other time periods outside of this period are blocked)
Bridge24 is proud to announce the release of the Task History (Activity Stream) for your connected account. Having access to project and task history of your data can answer many fundamental questions for events and actions that have taken place. The history can be used for your investigation or reporting purposes for Asana, Trello, Basecamp and AceProject. Consult the Asana task story, Basecamp or Trello activity stream history, or AceProject task history, in a convenient and powerful grid view that includes date range, assignment, event filtering and grouping.
The History is useful for:
Accountability – Did last week’s assigned tasks get completed?
Verification – Find all actions taken last Monday to confirm who made the changes and when
Performance – How many tasks were completed last month by each assigned user?
Extract a list of all activity in 1 or several projects in a custom date range
Trello visual project management application has recently achieved a significant milestone. To date, over 2 billion cards have been created, helping its users plan, prioritize, and produce. Indeed, these cards represent, more or less, 2 billion ideas, tasks, and projects from all over the world. These cards contain all sorts of things, from helping teams deliver humanitarian aid, to families planning their camping trips. In line with continuing to provide people the central place for organization and productivity, it launches 2 important features: a new Home view, and a better notification management system. If you are looking for a great reporting and exporting tool for Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
New Trello Home View
The new home view is the equivalent of a central base of operations where users can find anything and everything important. Why go over countless boards, cards, and comments, and then try to prioritize which should be first when there is a better way? The new home view […]
Trello is a great operational tool for users to centrally collaborate on board and card information. However, reporting features are limited! With Bridge24, users can connect dynamically to Trello and instantly create and export powerful charts and card lists for basic reports.
Benefits of Using Charts
Charts aide in a quick understanding of the distribution of cards and provide an overview to access information through a visual representation. Rather than looking through lists and lists of cards or extensive filtering and searching, find information at a glance visually through a chart. The chart can also be exported (PDF format) to share with managers or co-workers to quickly see patterns and other aggregate information for comparisons, etc.
Charts Based on a Board or Filters, and How to Access
The charts in Bridge24 are contextual and based on the current cards displayed from a board or filter results. In the case where you wish to include archived […]
Asana is being used by project teams all over the world. Project management is a profession that is growing exponentially. Enterprises and organizations have seen the the value it brings to the company and its customers. Unfortunately, not all in the project leadership position are professional project managers, and many find themselves there without applying to the position. Many accidental project managers are overwhelmed by difficult coordination issues and tight deadlines. As a solution, Asana recently announced a new feature called Timeline to help teams see how their work fits together. For a powerful reporting and exporting tool for Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it in their own Integration page.
Introducing Asana Timeline
Timeline is available to Asana Premium customers. It is the latest tool that enables teams to make the most of their plans, tasks and time. Indeed, creating a plan is the first step to a successful project management, execution and delivery. However, starting from scratch to create […]
Trello project management and collaboration software is a highly visual and flexible tool. It applies to a variety of work requirements for various groups of people. Teams use it to easily organize and prioritize their projects. Specifically, Power-Ups expand its capabilities further by bringing integration features right into boards and cards. In 2016, it announced the release of the Custom Fields Power-Up to help users maximize their workflow. Now, users can enjoy even more its expanded capabilities. If you are looking for a great reporting and exporting tool for Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
Custom Fields Go Mobile
The first welcome news about the latest Custom Fields Power-Up is its availability on mobile devices. Both iOS and Android apps now support custom fields. Therefore, users can experience the additional benefits of having more context for their cards even outside the office. Furthermore, they can also create new fields or input/edit field data. So, all their custom fields from the web are […]
Trello makes managing projects and organizing just about anything easier. It helps that it is highly visual and flexible for many types of tasks. Modern work becomes less complex and more manageable with the help of technology and web applications. For example, Google’s Hangouts Chat is now available to bring teams together and do their work in one place. At the same time, the Trello for Google Hangouts Chat was launched. Now, collaborating on Chat to manage projects has just become simpler and smoother. If you are looking for a great reporting and exporting tool for Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
Trello For Google Hangouts Chat Power-Up
The new Hangouts Chat Power-Up enables users to get Trello alerts in their chat window. As a result, teams are able to stay in the loop and maintain productivity even while chatting. More and more people are turning to technology to provide them with better ways of communication. With this Power-Up, they are able […]
Asana is a platform that enables teams do great things together. As they create projects, complete tasks and move work forward, everyone knows who is doing what, by when. This greater transparency promotes accountability and boosts productivity. Teams are trusting each other more. And teams across 192 countries are also relying more on this project tracking solution. Now, Spanish and Portuguese languages are available, in addition to English, French and German. For a powerful reporting and exporting tool for Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it in their own Integration page.
Helping Spanish and Portuguese Teams be more productive
Last quarter of 2017, French and German languages were added to help a growing number of international customers be more comfortable and productive. And as planned, Spanish and Portuguese languages are also now available to help teams from these countries. It is a way to help teams who are speaking these languages have more clarity as they communicate and collaborate on their […]
Trello work management and tracking software is a free and flexible way of organizing projects and tasks. But it is also fun and rewarding to use the visual system of boards and cards. Different teams and individuals use it in various, creative ways. Prioritizing work and collaborating with others has become easy and efficient. This February 14, users get a V-day treat as emoji reactions go live. If you are looking for a great reporting and exporting tool for Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
How to Add an Emoji Reaction
Emoji comes from the combination of the Japanese words for picture and character. Emojis are graphic symbols that represent an idea. In computer usage, it conveys its meaning through its resemblance to an actual object. Unlike emoticons that use typographs, emojis are actual images of facial expressions, common objects, gestures, and others.
To add an emoji reaction to a comment in a card, users just […]
Trello is a visual project management and work organization software used by individuals, teams and large organizations. It is easy enough for all levels of users, flexible for different types of teams and workflows, and free for everybody. It is a popular online tool that is simple on the surface, but also ruggedly reliable. A few months ago, it introduced a design system that aims to provide a more meaningful experience to its millions of users. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.
Reasons For Creating A Design System
The team behind Trello opted to call their new design system Nachos. The name seems consistent with the application of having an element of fun inside the system. However, there are more serious reasons for having a design system.
The first reason is for consistency. A solid design system as a reference makes it easier for the team to create solutions that […]