Asana () is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work. 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.

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  • You’ve already been adding due dates to your Asana tasks, but now you can add start dates to tasks. Don’t just know when work’s due, know when to begin it too.

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  • With Asana, you can manage what work you follow, so you know where the work that matters to you most stands. Follow along: To stay involved at the highest level, join a team. —You'll be able to read and post team conversations for important announcements (instead of endless email chains). —You’ll also see a list of projects the team is working on to get a sense of top initiatives and general wor...

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  • Get started today at https://asa.na/2b1 Meetings bring great minds together, but poor planning can make them fall apart. Instead, use Asana for your meeting agenda: 1. Set up a meeting project 2. Use sections or columns to organize your agenda items 3. Add meeting attendees to the project 4. Add tasks to the project as meeting topics or follow-up items 5. Enjoy meetings again Learn more on the ...

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  • We’ve designed the Asana culture to not only build great products, but also provide a space for curious, mindful people to come together in exploration of interesting ideas. One way we embody that is through Learning Talks, a regular speaker series open to both Asanas and members of the general public. Learning Talks to date […]

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  • Each year, we welcome a couple product management interns to join our team. They, like our engineering and business interns, take on core work and spend their summer contributing to our product roadmap and business success. As this summer came to a close, one intern approached us. He was interested in telling the story of […]

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  • Here’s how you can control who sees what: Private tasks: —To create a task that’s private to you, create it in My Tasks. Private projects: —Private to project members means only project members can access and search the project’s tasks, conversations, and files. —Private to me means nobody can access or search for anything in the project except for you. —To change a project’s privacy settings,...

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  • Whether you’re between meetings or in line for a latte, work from anywhere with Asana’s iPad & iPhone apps. Learn about iPhone app updates & the Asana iPad app.

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  • Having simple code has a big impact on the velocity you can write code and how enjoyable it is to do it. At Asana, one of our engineering values is to strive for simplicity. Most of the time, we talk about this in the context of engineering design. But simplicity is also a crucial guiding […]

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  • At Asana, we regularly hold Learning Talks on a variety of topics, from nutrition to writing passwords to unconscious bias. We’ve always wanted Asana to be a place where we not only build great products, but also provide a space for curious, mindful people to come together to explore ideas. Learning Talks help embody and […]

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  • Fast Properties in V8 http://v8project.blogspot.com/2017/08/fast-properties.html https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15132518 The V8 team describes how property access works in JavaScript. Hidden classes are another way to optimize JavaScript performance. Ensuring that objects of the same type add properties in the same order is crucial to reuse hidden classes. Rapid release at massive scale http...

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  • The origins of Luna Asana product vision When developing the initial Asana application, cofounders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein imagined a web app that was as easy to use as paper. The early vision for Asana was that users could create and update tasks at the speed of thought and share them with teammates immediately. […]

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  • We believe in the value of our engineers knowing about the broader community. For the last few weeks, we’ve been sharing interesting community updates in Asana. Thus far, these updates have been well received—so we thought we’d share them more broadly. Every week, we’ll post an update on the engineering community. We’ll share useful resources, […]

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  • Every year, we bring on a class of summer interns to roam our San Francisco office and provide fresh perspectives, extra energy, and excuses to organize quirky off-sites (trampolining, cat cafes, and exploratorium visits, anyone?). In previous years, interns have tackled interesting problems—from performance to iOS app feature launches—as part of our engineering and product […]

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