Learn about Asana Business features

This article refers to Business, one of Asana's legacy tiers. For information on Asana's new tiers, visit the dedicated pages for Asana Starter, Advanced, Enterprise, and Enterprise+.

See our pricing page for more.

Regardless of your time and experience with Asana, our Business plan is intended for teams looking to plan, manage, and monitor work across their entire company. It has more robust features for project managers, portfolio leads, and management to best allocate resources and understand progress towards big objectives. Check out the features and benefits of Business below.

Asana Business features*

In addition to all Asana Premium features, here’s what's included with an Asana Business plan:

  • Goals—Set, track, and manage company goals while connecting it to work to achieve it for a single source of truth for leads, executives, and individuals.
  • Portfolios—Organize strategic initiatives into portfolios to monitor the status, timelines, and teammate workloads across projects.
  • Forms with branching logic— Based on initial responses, guide users through relevant follow-up questions. Craft forms that adapt to user input, providing up to five nested branch levels.
  • Workload—Asana’s resource management feature provides a single view of team bandwidth and helps you make informed staffing decisions and rebalance workloads if needed.
  • Reporting on goals— Visualize the performance of company-wide, team, and individual goals. Report on specific criteria from goal status to time frames, ensuring your tracking aligns with your strategic vision.
  • Reporting on portfolios— Seamlessly view, adjust, and generate comprehensive reports tailored to portfolios. This centralized overview grants you a snapshot of your project landscapes.
  • Proofing—Give clear feedback by leaving comments directly on images or PDFs that turn into tasks for easy tracking.
  • Approvals—Request and give approvals on work in Asana.
  • Custom rules—Add rules to automate manual processes like triaging, assigning tasks, updating Asana fields, and more. Create custom rules, use conditional logic, and have access to exclusive triggers and actions tailored for Business users.
  • Salesforce integration—Drive better collaboration throughout your sales cycles by tracking follow-up work, automatically creating projects when customers reach key opportunity stages, and more.  

*All Asana Business features are also included for Legacy Enterprise plans.

Please note that this article refers to Business, one of Asana's legacy tiers. For information on Asana's new tiers, visit the dedicated pages for Asana Starter, Advanced, Enterprise, and Enterprise+.

See our pricing page for more.

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