Hi everyone! I’m curious to know: What was your Asana “Aha!” moment?
For those of you who are unfamiliar, an aha moment is new users first realize the value of a product. It usually happens during onboarding, and it’s usually an emotional moment… the moment you realize that Asana is going to make your life/work/project better.
For me, it was after a few days of using it. I am the kind of person who ruminates on what I have to do… later today, tomorrow, next week, etc. I would often keep a little “to-do” list, but that was only marginally helpful because it wasn’t actually connected to the work I do (and the people I collaborate with). Once I started using Asana, and made the decision to toss my to-do list, I realized I stopped thinking about everything I had to do. I just created a task and assigned a due date, and then i’d stop thinking about it until I needed to. This made me a lot more focused on what I had to get done today.
What about you? Did you have a moment when you realized the real benefits of Asana?