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Basecamp for Digital Media Remote Agency?

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Further Details: We are a boutique digital media (fully remote) agency looking for help with knowing if Basecamp3 is the best choice for our digital media agency. We’ve switched from Asana to Trello to Basecamp and are lacking recurring features (which is driving us crazy) as well as quick templates for completing tasks. We’re tired of switching software and really need a recurring...

Replicating a grocery checkout experience via Typeform

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Further Details: I am basically replicating a grocery check out experience via Type form but can’t work out how to set up the conditional logics that need to be programmed. Basically, I want to create a typeform for my grocery store. Initially the typeform will sell Eggs, Milk, Vegetables, Fruit, Bread and Special Requests. The user can make multiple selections on the above products ie they...

PM Advice – ClickUp, Evernote, Trello, Monday…we’ve tried everything!

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Further details: I would like PM software to help manage my small business. We have 2 full time employees and hire on freelancers/independent contractors frequently for one-off projects or long term project. We currently have 2 teams that we have on retainer that we work with. One team is for video production (primarily youtube, but also short video ads, promos etc), the other team is for social...

Asana structure for my digital agency

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I’m currently on an Asana trial and would like to know how to structure of digital agency’s workflow: Client (system some clients have multiple systems which can be separated) Project/Request under client Definition Development Test/review (approve go to regression test- fail go back to Development) CI/CD release to QA Regression test QA (approve go to client approval- fail go back to...

Asana for a content creation company

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Question: I am looking for advice on how to setup Asana for a content creation company. There are two different focuses of the company – we will make make different kinds of content (films, podcasts, social media, etc) and then actively sell this content to brands. I’m a bit confused as to what is a team or a project or a task or sub-task. If we have a client that has three...

An Airbnb workflow

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Question: I am running an Airbnb business, since I need a team work software, I tried Asana. But it will be more helpful if it can automatically generate cleaning tasks from Airbnb calendar. Since we need to inform cleaners to do cleaning every time when the guests check out. Do you know any other software can do this? If not I want to hire developers to create a program work with Asana...

Turn your inbox from a to-do list into a place to triage

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For many of us, you’ve got some control over your inbox for the majority of your workweek but you sometimes resort to leaving messages in your inbox as a defacto to-do list. Kind of like how you leave your voicemails with their red dots, your text messages unread and leave things on the kitchen bench with your keys to remember them as you leave the house. If you’re looking to change...

Using Asana In My Building/Construction Business

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Further Details: I’ve been considering using Asana in my building business but I’m open to suggestions. Ideally I would like the following: To be able to track hours everyday for my 5 workers and on what jobs they work on. We have 5-6 jobs going at anytime. I currently use a spreadsheet for every job with all employees on it. Could I use g suite and sheets to create something like...

People love Asana: Is it right for your business?

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If you’ve ever done an internet search for “beautiful project management software”, you’ve probably come across Asana. It’s one of our top 12 project management software systems in terms of design alongside Basecamp, Solo, Airtable, Process St, Roll, Pipefy, ClickUp, Flow, Sunsama, Ora and Roadmap. All beautiful software that your designers, and your eyes, will love...

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