Jose Maria Delos Santos

About Jose Maria Delos Santos

Jose is a subject matter expert in the project management field. He has gained vast knowledge by having written hundreds of articles including project management software reviews, books reviews, training site reviews, and general articles related to the project management industry.

Latest Asana Includes A More Powerful Calendar

Asana provides users several views to help manage their tasks, schedules, and other project information in a more understandable and sensible way. Some of the views are list view, board view, progress view, and even a files view that filters tasks with attachments. Another view available is the Calendar view that shows tasks with due dates in a calendar format. A few days ago, the latest version of this PM app introduces a more powerful calendar that will help show a more accurate view of one’s work. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

Enhanced Calendar View

The enhanced Calendar view in Asana lets people visualize when their work is actually happening, and this is in real-time. In truth, schedules change and dates shift all the time, but instead of passing the responsibility to the user to update it in multiple places, the Calendar does it for him or her. Calendar view

By |December 12th, 2017|

Basecamp 3 Announces New To-do Groups

Basecamp is a business solution that allows growing companies to organize everything in one workspace. It is an online project management and team communication software that gets everyone on the same page. With every team member and stakeholder knowing exactly what is going on, they are able to get projects off the ground faster. It is also an application that sets out to provide useful features regularly, like its new To-do Groups. For a great extension to Basecamp, we recommend you use our own tool Bridge24 for Basecamp.

Introducing To-do Groups

Basecamp 3 introduces To-do Groups in its latest release. Basically, a group is a sublist on a list. It has a header, and to-dos grouped together below. It provides structure and organization on a single flat list. A To-do Group is a movable item. It can be isolated, reviewed or discussed on its own. Users can archive it or ungroup it. Before the launch of To-do Groups, Basecamp users get creative and try to use arbitrary styles.

By |December 12th, 2017|

Asana – Siri Integration For Creating Tasks

Asana is a work tracking and project management application built for teams. It has features and tools that enable users to track the team’s work from start to finish. Aside from managing projects, they can also use it to keep organized and productive, for Agile management, for workflows, reporting and more. It also works well with other tools that people are already using. Recently, it announced integration with Siri, Apple’s intelligent personal assistant included in iOS. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

Hey Siri

Asana now works with Siri to enable users of both applications a new way for adding tasks, reminders, and work easily. They can quickly create to-dos by telling Siri to remind them about the upcoming conference, or a letter that they need to send to a colleague. The Siri integration allows a user to quickly capture or record an idea, and keep it moving forward without having

By |December 10th, 2017|

Asana Introduces Comment-Only Projects

Asana facilitates project collaboration among teams and their external partners. They are able to manage their projects, organize their documents, and communicate more clearly and quickly with one another. As a result, teams are more productively moving work forward to the benefit of all. Collaboration is key in obtaining instant clarification and feedback. However, without the proper control and permission, it can also lead to unintentional mistakes and unwanted damage. To lock things down more securely, Asana is announcing the availability of comment-only projects in Asana Premium. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

Comment-only Project and Use Cases

Asana is being used by a great number of teams for different project collaboration and other purposes. For example, people use the app in setting up IT request projects, where employees can easily add requests. However, some projects may require a lot of input from others but should only have a few who

By |November 16th, 2017|

Asana in French and German Languages Now Available

Asana task and project management software is a popular collaboration tool present in 192 countries. Teams and companies around the world use it to track their projects and facilitate their communication. The majority of its users come from North America, and previously, its interface is only in English. However, as more and more people and teams realize the benefits of using web-based PM tools, up to 45 percent of Asana’s paying customers now come from outside the US. To improve their experience, Asana is announcing that the PM app is now available in French and German, for starters. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

Making Asana Easier for French and German Customers

Asana is committed to helping teams work in the most comfortable and productive way. Consequently, that includes working in one’s native language. Thus, it is exciting for the Asana team to provide a better experience to the customers that

By |November 15th, 2017|

Introducing Trello Add-on for Gmail for Total Inbox Control

Trello is a collaboration and productivity tool that is being used for managing projects and organizing work. All members of the team see the same board, lists, and tasks, get a better picture and communicate with greater clarity. However, a great number of people still use email as the starting point of communication. Unfortunately, the email inbox is not the best tool to manage our task list. As such, work items, sometimes very important ones, end up getting lost in the inbox. Recently, Trello introduced an add-on for Gmail to help users regain control. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

The New Trello Add-on for Gmail

The new Trello add-on for Gmail is available for installation today. Users can get it for the web and for Android from the G Suite Marketplace. Installing the add-on provides the user a better way of managing emails and easily transforming messages directly into actionable items. All these is doable within

By |November 15th, 2017|

Asana for Gmail Add-on Now Available

Asana is being used by a great number of teams today to help them plan, manage and track work. It is a modern web-based tool that is transforming the workplace. However, many people are still using email today as the simplest and most direct way of communicating with coworkers, or clients, customers and other external partners. In fact, we spend a significant amount of time, for instance, using Gmail in answering a teammate’s query or discussing a strategy with a client. Unfortunately, email is not an efficient tool for tracking to-do items. That is Asana’s strength. The good news is now there is Asana for Gmail add-on. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

New Asana for Gmail Add-on

Asana for Gmail add-on is available to install from the G Suite Marketplace. The add-on enables users of both applications to do many things they

By |October 28th, 2017|

Asana Announces Start Dates To Tasks

Asana is a popular web-based project tracking and collaboration software. It has helped countless teams moved work forward with great results. Users are able to see who is doing what, so they are able to track projects from start to finish with clearly defined responsibilities. Transparent workflows, conversations and dashboards all help team members know the next step and arrive at their goals. Now, the ability to plan even more ahead is possible with Start Dates available to Asana Premium members. For a powerful extension to Asana, give our own tool Bridge24 for Asana a try, or access it on their Integration page.

Introducing Task Start Date

Asana announces the ability to add a start date to a task. The concept of a start date has been absent to this project management tool for some years. Most customers are more concerned in tracking projects and completing them by their due dates. However, as more teams and companies are signing up with Asana, some have relayed the

By |October 19th, 2017|

Embed Trello Cards and Boards in Your Favorite Apps

Trello released last month 4 top-requested features in celebration of the productivity app’s surpassing 25 million sign-ups. One of these features is the ability to embed cards and boards in third-party applications that teams have been using. This means users of both apps can bring their Trello tasks, workflows and projects to Bitbucket, Dropbox Paper, Confluence Cloud, appear.in, and other popular productivity software. They can work better together with other teams and collaborate smoothly on their projects. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

Same Great Look and Feel, but There’s More

Trello is a visual project management and collaboration software that helps teams with visibility in project work. The ability to embed these visual tasks and lists as cards and boards in other applications provide people much valuable information. In fact, embedded boards have the same appearance as if seen on Trello. They retain their flexibility and all their functionality.

By |October 11th, 2017|

Trello Now Has 25 Million Users And Counting

Trello is a visual project management application that has helped teams from around the world track their projects, streamline their workflows, and collaborate efficiently. It is very flexible, and people have used it in more creative and productive ways than the creators originally thought possible. This free app made its initial public appearance in September 2011, spun out to be its own company in 2014, and was acquired by Atlassian in January 2017.

Barely a year from its debut, Trello reached 500,000 users in July 2012. People have found that a web-based kanban board can help them get more organized and productive. Then sometime in October 2015, about four years from its launch date, the visual project management app passed the 10 million signups mark. And now, 6 years from the very start, Trello is 25 million users strong. To review by numbers, it took 10 months from zero to 500k, some 3 years for an additional 9.5 million users, and 2 years for an additional 15

By |October 2nd, 2017|