The AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community (TAP) serves as a resource for AIA members, the profession, and the public in the deployment of computer technology in the practice of architecture. TAP leaders monitor the development of computer technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.
I'm not familiar with Asana or Monday but have been using Trello for several years and love it. The more I use it the more applications I find for it. I've used it for a general project team To-Do list, planning the drawing set and assigning responsibilities, and tracking construction administration processes. I have also used it for different organizations I'm with to do strategic planning and track annual recurring tasks. So far I have found the free version adequate, but can see how some of the additional features and Power-Ups could make it even more efficient.
Have you tried Notion? it's a very powerful combination of Evernote, Google Keep, Database and moreCheck 30x40 youtube channel and website for his insights on architecture usage. He also provides free templates.We currently use at our office M-Files, which is more centered toward document control and workflow. Since it's all stored in our server (or in the cloud, if chosen so) working at the office or from home makes no difference at all. Collaboration remained an issue, though.I'm testing Notion right now, to address those collaboration shortcomings.
I like both Teamwork and Basecamp
Both are excellent online solutions
Also, Microsoft Teams and Webex video calling and using your video when you collaborate can be quite helpful.