Productivity: 3 Tools to Manage Tasks

3. Asana (Available on iOS, Android and the web)

Similar to Trello, Asana offers features to support your personal task management as well as small-team use in a shared-task list format. Owners can be assigned to tasks, such as developing and reviewing a pitch deck or creating a monthly newsletter, and track priorities and deadlines. If interested to try this app out with your teams, Asana offers a free version for up to 15 members. Ultimately, the key is to find the productivity tools that work best for your needs and preferences (and those of your business) to help you get things done, increase productivity and devote more time each day to the things that matter most.

Are you using any of these task-management apps? Are there others you or your business view as essential? Let us know here

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Daniel Nieves
Dan is Chief of Staff at, a video review and collaboration platform for the creative community. Prior to, Dan headed up Market Engagement at Zinc, an enterprise startup transforming how we communicate in today's mobile workplace. Before his time in startups, he spent four years at Deloitte as a strategy consultant where he helped clients transform their organizations through the use of digital technology. Dan graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Maryland. Born and raised in New York, he recently returned and is now residing in Manhattan.

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