Productivity App: Asana. [47/52]

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I’ve tried a lot of productivity apps to help me write my stories. There are a ton great tools out there, but I’ve found Asana to be the best for me.

I like to have multiple projects going at once. There’s always another story idea waiting in the wings, and Asana helps me prioritize those projects and get stuff done. 


My top 8 projects in order of priority.


It’s great because I can create a board (i.e. task list) for each project, and then assign myself tasks related to that specific project. I like being able to have multiple ways to view my tasks. The view I use most is viewing all tasks in order of due date. 


Obviously, I’m a little behind.


You can add files and images to tasks, and even create subtasks within a task if you like having a clear plan (like me!). 

I recently started a Patreon account to help supplement the creative projects from the screenshot above, and I’m using Asana to help keep track of the rewards I need to create for my Patrons. 


My Patreon monthly tasks.


The best part? It’s free! There are definitely more features if you get a paid version, but I’ve been using the free version for some time now and it’s been amazing. 

Let me know if you check it out, or, if there’s another productivity app you use, I’d love to hear about it!

Jump. Build, Fly.
F.C. Shultz