Asana’s automation features help reduce busywork by enabling users to create rules for repetitive tasks. This allows staff to dedicate their attention to higher-value tasks, with the potential to increase both productivity and job satisfaction.
Users can use “out of the box” rules or build custom rules to meet the needs of the organization. Asana advertises the following five use cases for rules:
With the ability to either customize rules or select from a library of pre-existing rules, Asana is reaching for better adoption by reducing the administrative burden for users.
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Whether your organization is looking to enforce processes or free-up resources, automation can serve as a great addition to a commercial project management (PM) tool. The objective is not to reduce staff on the project team but to keep doing actual project work rather than fiddling with the tool. Successful adoption should result in driving accountability to the necessary individuals.