Happy Spring, everybody! That means…Spring cleaning! Yet another excuse to reduce clutter at home or even in your Asana projects.
Do you practice Spring cleaning? If yes, what do you like to clean up in particular - your home, your work, etc? What processes do you recommend?
Personally, I like to take the excuse to clean up at this time of year (I’ve referenced Marie Kondo before). It helps that I’m about to move! Nothing like packing to show you what you really do and don’t use.
When it comes to Spring cleaning for Asana projects and tasks, some habits I recommend are:
- Archive projects no longer in use
- Clean up your My Tasks. If you have a non-essential task that’s been sitting there and you know it’s never going to get done, then just check it off and focus on the work you know you’ll do that can make an impact.
- Get down to inbox zero! I try to do this on a daily basis, but I know lots of people have different philosophies, so if you have a full inbox, take this opportunity to de-clutter!
- Clean up the new tasks at the top of your projects. Often we or others will add tasks to projects without actually filing them in the relevant section or adding the proper custom field. Now’s the time to do it!
Write a post to let us know what kind of Spring cleaning you’re doing!