Stop, collaborate, and listen - Newsletter Text Content
In the last year, you’ve probably had to adapt to new ways of living and working. Maybe you became a video conferencing expert or perfected your at-home workout routine. No matter what your work-from-home situation looks like, one thing we’ve all learned to do is collaborate with remote team members.
As we approach one year of working remotely, we wanted to take a look back and share some ways teams around the world have collaborated effectively. Then, scroll down for some new Asana features to keep your remote team even more connected.
Until next month,
“Re-evaluate your relationship with notifications. There is no reason your device should dictate where your energy goes. Turn them all off, then ask which ones you really need in order to function properly during the day.”
Dr. Sahar Yousef
Cognitive Neuroscientist, UC Berkeley
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New connection and collaboration features
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