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Hi,We have been using Asana for a few years and it has proven to be very helpful in coordinating WFH since the start of the pandemia.
We were a 15 architects firm, now down to 10 after Covid, and even before the new working conditions it was a great collaboration tool that would facilitate keeping track of everybody's work.
Our priorities of the week Monday morning meetings are based on a revision of every project's pending assignments and next steps in Asana.
I personally use it as a support for the Getting Things Done (GTD) project tracking system, which makes it even a more powerful tool.
In all, I think all these apps and softwares are very similar on their main objective of project planning, and it mostly depend on which interface you feel more comfortable using and maybe if you need a particular function that one can do better than other.
At the end the importance is to use one so you can keep on top of your and your team's productivity.