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Asana is a task management tool that brings all of your team's work together in one place. It lets you organize tasks by project, phases, priority level, due date, assignee, and tags. Asana is a great tool to manage even the largest and most complex projects.
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Triggers whenever a task within a project is marked as completed. Does not trigger on completed subtasks.
Triggered whenever you add a new project.
Triggers on an addition of a new story.
Triggers upon an addition of a new subtask.
Triggers every time you create a new tag.
Triggers whenever a new task is added to a project.
Triggers whenever a new task is added to a workspace.
Triggered every time you add a new team.
Triggered once a new user is added.
Triggers every time you add a tag to a task.
Trigger whenever your website is down.
Adds a new project.
Adds a new story (a comment is a story).
Adds a new task.
Updates an existing Task.
The DevOps approach was devised in 2009 when the term was coined by Patrick Debois at a conference. DevOps is an application of Agile software development and Lean manufacturing principles to the IT operations of a company.Desired result:
Asana is an online task management tool that allows for teams to share project, assignments, goals, and to-dos. It allows users to create lists, checklists, tasks, and subtasks. Each list can have a different category, priority level, due date, and tags. It also has other features such as reminders and a mobile app.It is made by Facebook for Facebook employees. Asana is free for unlimited projects and members and includes social features like letting users follow their team's tasks or adding friends to a project.There are three levels of pricing:- Free – Unlimited projects and members, social features, support – $0/month/user- Basic – $9/month/user – Includes 5GB storage, notifications, single sign-on (SSO), security scanning- Plus – $25/month/user – Includes all Basic features and unlimited storage
Downtime Alert is a service that alerts users if a website they are monitoring goes down. It monitors websites for availability status and notifies users of any changes via email or SMS/text messaging. It collects data from multiple sources including Pingdom, Uptime Robot, StatusCake, DNS Checker, Google PageSpeed Insights, and more. The service costs $60/month for five monitors and up to $500/month for 500 monitors.
By integrating these two systems together, we could utilize the strengths of each system. Having Asana alert us of the status of our tasks would be beneficial because we could then assign team members to fix the issue or work on other tasks while one person is fixing the problem. Not only would this help us complete tasks faster but it would save on cost because we wouldn't have to pay for Downtime Alerts anymore (or at least not nearly as much. Asana's integration with Slack would be beneficial as well because then we could have Asana automatically send alerts to our Slack channel so that people could see it whenever they sign on (as well as in real time. This would make communication instant instead of having to wait until someone manually updates the board.
Cost Savings. The most obvious benefit to integrating these two systems would be cost savings. Since Asana is free and integrates with several third-party applications, it costs less than Downtime Alert. Less time spent trying to get tasks done. When Asana sends out notifications about a task coming up or being completed, then the team member can immediately start working on that task instead of first checking the board and then going back to work on it later. More efficient communication. With Asana showing up in Slack all the time (or at least whenever someone looks at their computer. then there will be less need to go back and forth with emails or IMs about what everyone is working on or what needs to be done next. This will save time since there won't be constant need for updating the progress on someone's tasks. Better overall coordination. By having everyone's tasks in one place, it becomes easier to coordinate efforts between team members because everyone knows what everyone else is working on and can see how it fits into the overall project thereby increasing efficiency. Better visibility. If everything is in one place then everyone can see exactly what's going on at all times instead of having to ask around or look through several different documents. This will increase productivity by making it so that people don't have to waste time looking for something they need or someone they need to talk to about what's going on. Greater transparency. When everything is in one place then it's easier for people to see what's going on and why something happened or didn't happen yet. This makes things more transparent for everyone meaning that you can get feedback from everyone about what's going on instead of having everything filtered through one person which means that people aren't left out of certain decisions because it wasn't communicated properly. More accurate tracking of progress. Since everything is in one place then it's easier to track how far along a project is in comparison with where it was supposed to be at that point in time (such as if you said you'd have an assignment done by Friday but you didn't finish until Sunday. This makes it easier to communicate all the progress made on a project so that people aren't constantly wondering where you are in comparison with your goals. More flexibility with projects. Since Asana isn't just for project management but also has other features like sharing files, communicating with others, etc., then it can be used for other purposes beyond just assigning tasks. For example, you could use it for daily standups or have it show customer feedback or even to store documentation for future reference. With Downtime Alert you're limited to monitoring websites but with Asana you're not limited to only one thing so that you can use it for other purposes as well besides just task management which allows greater flexibility with how you use both applications together.Using Asana + Downtime Alert = Happy Team!By integrating Asana and Downtime Alert together we would see benefits such as increased cost savings, time savings, increased efficiency, better coordination between team members, better visibility into projects, greater transparency between team members, better tracking of project progress, increased flexibility with projects, better overall coordination between team members, and greater transparency into projects. All these things lead to happier teams who are able to work faster and more efficiently without sacrificing quality.
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