How to Asana: Event planning

and the likely event that you're planning an event here's how you can plant it in a sauna event planning can be stressful but a sauna can bring you peace of mind track every deadline collaborate with vendors and more here's your plan get started by creating a project for your event as a list or board or user event planning template use sections or columns so your team has a workflow and can categorize tasks create tasks for each step in the planning process then assign them to teammates give the tasks due dates so it's clear who's doing what by when you can use subtasks to break up larger work into manageable pieces you can also mark tasks as waiting on others to show when work should start just click the three dots at the top of the task click mark is waiting on and type the name of the task that needs to be finished first you can also track tasks in multiple projects by hovering over the project name clicking the plus button and typing the other projects name that way work doesn't get duplicated and all stakeholders can see it in a context that makes sense as you get closer to your event use asana for posting status updates and setting reminders post comments on tasks or status updates and projects to let teammates know how the plan is progressing and what's happened since the last update this helps you have fewer meetings for the meetings you do have make them more effective by planning them in an asana project create a project and use the tasks as agenda items you can attach relevant documents to task or conversation on the day of the event use few times just click the due date to add a specific time so you can make sure everything is in the right place at the right time and don't forget to download beat us on a mobile app you can have your event plans with you and collaborate with your team even if you're shooting the breeze with attendees whether your next event has 10 or 10,000 attendees planet in asana

Michael Martin

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