New to Project Management? Here’s the Complete Manual on Running Projects of all Kinds

Why did we collect all of these project management tips? Approximately 66% of the people who manage projects in any given organization have no training of any kind in project management. This can result in a lot of challenges for organizations, for teams, and for the people who are managing projects without formal training. We’ve […]

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Asana Tips and Tricks: Stay Efficient with Quick Add

As a manager, you may need to assign numerous Asana tasks, with little time to do so. At times, you might want to create a task (or project, or conversation) on the go via mobile. Or you might want to save time by doing so from any webpage, without having to actually open Asana. You […]

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The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Asana

Staying on top of everything is not easy, especially when you have to manage your team’s deadlines in addition to your own. Luckily, Asana can make it a lot easier to manage workflows. Like many companies, we love using Asana here at Unito. Yet there are always teams and individuals who are new to the tool. […]

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The Lowdown On 3 Trendy New Apps For Project Managers

From rotary dialing to smartphones, we’re constantly on the hunt for ways to make our lives easier – and project management is no exception. According to a 2008 study performed by the Project Management Institute, more and more teams are using PM tools to manage projects.   Here at Unito, we love to work with […]

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4 Easy Steps To Master Project Management

Managing a project is not an easy journey. There are several roads you can take to nailing project management, and of course the same path won’t work for everyone. Yet something that will make any PM’s journey easier, is following a few tried and tested tips. We’ve done the research (so you don’t have to) […]

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How Tech Teams And Non-Tech Teams Can Communicate Better

Poor communication costs companies an estimated $37 billion in lost productivity every year. One of the biggest barriers for many teams is the line of communication between the technical and non-technical teams. Not only do different teams tend to speak different languages (literally and figuratively), but they also often work in different ways. SCRUM and […]

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Take Control of Your Team’s Work in 5 Easy Steps

Getting started organizing your team’s work is the most crucial and hardest part of building a good workflow. At Unito, we know a lot about how different tools and workflows interact. If you’re new at this, here’s our guide to taking control of your team’s workflow in 5 easy steps So what are the steps? […]

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The best work management tool is the one you build

What makes a good work management tool? Work management styles are like belly buttons: everyone has their own. With something like 146 million workers in the US alone, that’s a lot of belly buttons. The common tools used to manage work may not fit your style. Rather than work with an uncomfortable system that you don’t like, […]

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Happy Trello 🚀 Day! 🎆

As of right now, you can connect Asana, JIRA, Wrike, or GitHub with Trello and sync lists, statuses, issues, cards, filters, attachments, comments, and more! Get more work done and collaborate more easily by adding Trello into the mix. Trello, which was recently acquired by Atlassian, is a great tool for visualizing almost any kind […]

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Project Management Outlook for 2017

One of the rising trends in 2015 and 2016 has been the increasing complexity of work. We’ve written before about over-collaboration and how it makes work hard, but what other trends are emerging in the product / project management space? There are a few trends that we’ve been reading about. More companies are embracing decentralized […]

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After 6 months in beta, what our users love (and love less…) about Unito

Since the first beta release of Unito — an awesome integration that syncs leading project management software like Asana and Wrike with developer tools such as GitHub and Jira — we have been playing close attention to feedback from users. After all, software only becomes great software when it makes a difference. That’s why it’s so […]

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