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Asana vs Monday is a contentious topic among project managers, and everyone has their favorites. Having used both tools for many years, here's my take...
Everhour levels up the task estimates b-sync with Asana letting team administrators choose any number field their have to become a synced estimate.
Everhour now has a b-sync of task estimates and Asana custom fields that are created in Asana and show up on both platforms.
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Everhour tab in Asana projects allows Admins to pull out the project summary from Everhour. Play with the charts in Asana the way you do that in Everhour.
Monthly budget start date can be customized now to address a situation when you work on retainers that do not begin with a caledar month.
Admins can assign projects to Everhour clients while creating new projects in Asana. Choose an Everhour client from the list or create a new one in Asana.
Everhour adds integration with Asana portfolios where you can see the totally reported time of each project, its billing status and budget.
Asana is getting handier with Everhour project totals. Users can see the project time and estimate totals in Asana on the Home and Team pages.
Timesheet buttons inside Asana and Trello allow you to take a look at your previously reported time without going back to Everhour.