Asana Task Manager
One of the most difficult things to developers is keep tracking of all things you need to do when making a personal project. Sometimes, you think about so many things that is needed in the project that you get easily lost. To help with that, there is some tools called task managers. Task management could be simple as a TODO-list or complex as a project manager with milestones, issue tracking, etc. For small projects (specially if you are the only developer or a small team), a simpler solution is always better and one of the best options is Asana.
I already used several applications to manage projects, but Asana makes me specially happy with the simplicity and efficiency.
- Very easy to use and learn.
- You can login with your Google Account. I really like that.
- Task list view: you see every task in one place
- Filters: very usefull filters that let’s you see only yours tasks, for example
- Subtasks (brand new feature)
- Beautiful GUI
- Multiple projects
- Multiple users
- Collaborative edition like Google Docs: you don’t need to refresh you browser to see another collaborator’s change.
- Online: you need to install nothing in your computer and everything is synchronized.
- Great mobile applications.
- Free up to 30 users
I really recommend this application. I use it for my personal projects and I can say that it works pretty well.
Asana website: http://www.asana.com