Reporting on work in Asana

Reporting on work in Asana

Save time and work more strategically by learning how to turn all the work you already manage in Asana into valuable reports so you can better identify obstacles, prioritize, and see progress over time.

About this course

As a leader in your organization, you are likely responsible for knowing project progress on a day-to-day basis, providing status updates to other managers, identifying risks, and understanding how your team’s work impacts other teams. Asana empowers managers to keep a pulse on project progress, without calling more meetings or micromanaging team members.

 

You’ll learn:

  • How reporting can help your team's work
  • Processes and conventions for reporting in Asana
  • Reporting on tasks and individuals - Advanced search
  • Reporting on projects - Progress tab
  • Reporting on groups of similar projects - Dashboard and Google Sheets report

Course expectations:

  • Watch 5 on-demand video units
  • Complete 5 practice exercises
  • Take 5 quizzes

Time:

  • 10-20 minutes per unit
  • 60-90 minutes for the entire course

Course Resources

Curriculum

  • Unit 1
  • How reporting can help your team's work
  • Quiz
  • Unit 2
  • Processes and conventions for reporting in Asana
  • Quiz
  • Unit 3
  • Reporting on tasks and individuals - Advanced search
  • Quiz
  • Unit 4
  • Reporting on projects - Progress tab
  • Quiz
  • Unit 5
  • Reporting on groups of similar projects - Dashboard & Google Sheets report
  • Quiz
  • Course complete

About this course

As a leader in your organization, you are likely responsible for knowing project progress on a day-to-day basis, providing status updates to other managers, identifying risks, and understanding how your team’s work impacts other teams. Asana empowers managers to keep a pulse on project progress, without calling more meetings or micromanaging team members.

 

You’ll learn:

  • How reporting can help your team's work
  • Processes and conventions for reporting in Asana
  • Reporting on tasks and individuals - Advanced search
  • Reporting on projects - Progress tab
  • Reporting on groups of similar projects - Dashboard and Google Sheets report

Course expectations:

  • Watch 5 on-demand video units
  • Complete 5 practice exercises
  • Take 5 quizzes

Time:

  • 10-20 minutes per unit
  • 60-90 minutes for the entire course

Course Resources

Curriculum

  • Unit 1
  • How reporting can help your team's work
  • Quiz
  • Unit 2
  • Processes and conventions for reporting in Asana
  • Quiz
  • Unit 3
  • Reporting on tasks and individuals - Advanced search
  • Quiz
  • Unit 4
  • Reporting on projects - Progress tab
  • Quiz
  • Unit 5
  • Reporting on groups of similar projects - Dashboard & Google Sheets report
  • Quiz
  • Course complete