I’ve been using Asana for several months to manage my task and projects for Smallbiztechnology.com. I’m also a big Dropbox user (200GB+ of storage).
What’s nice is that not only can you upload files to Asana from your local computer but you can now also load files to Asana from Dropbox.
Why is this important?
As we are turning into an increasingly mobile world, more of our files is online – not on the hard drive of a computer. Furthermore, so many of our applications are online.
Imagine being on your phone, in the back of a cab and needing to attach a file to a project assigned in Asana, or Slideshark (iPad Power Point presenter)? The blend of Asana and Slideshark let’s you operate completely mobile, easily.
Dropbox continues to be the leading platform for small business file sharing because more and more vendors continue to build in Dropbox integration with their own services.
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