How to Use Asana

Asana is a project management tool great for team collaboration. Enjoy and learn from this tutorial.

Asana (/əˈsɑːnə/) is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work. It is an application best suited for project collaboration. It was founded in 2008 by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-engineer Justin Rosenstein, who both worked on improving the productivity of employees at Facebook.[1]

Tasks delegated to members can be tracked for progress and status. It creates a less stressful environment especially on the part of the project manager. Email is less likely to be active in this kind of project management tool since members can communicate within the project.

Project status can also be shared to employer, clients or contractors. They can have access on the progress of the project.

So here is a detailed tutorial on how to start using Asana. Its features are maximized and you can be assured that using this tool will be a big relief in managing your team’s project.

Enjoy!

May the Gem be with you.

 

 

How to Use Trello

Learning about project management is an exciting thing to do. In the virtual world, Trello  becomes an easy means to have a great collaboration, and a more effective way to organize a project that can be shared to members of the team.

As I started learning about Trello, I came to realize that I can also organize and update my personal-private tasks. Like the tutorials that I am making, I can set goals of my timeline or put on the list of inputs that come to mind. I learned that event planners can maximize task and systematically implement tasks to each project member. Please refer to this blog that I find useful: Event Planning.

I hope you will learn from this tutorial and may the Gem be with you.

Thank You!

 

 

How to Use Evernote with TSW

How to use Evernote with The Secret Weapon (TSW) is a detailed tutorial on how to organize emails, notes, images or various files.  You can access Evernote in either desktop, laptop or smartphone. You don’t necessarily need to be online to get into Evernote. Just download Evernote Apps in your computer and any notes that you create will automatically be saved once you are online. Evernote is best recommended if you want a Zero Inbox in your outlook.

Enjoy learning with this presentation!