Asana Is Down. Why Not Try ProWork?

At the time of writing this post, Asana – the collaboration web tool – was not on-line due to some server trouble.  Well it’s kind of sad, since I actually like Asana and love the guy behind the product – Facebook’s co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. Well according to him, Asana is a Souped-Up To-Do List to Organize Work.

Now that it’s down what do I do – especially since I currently manage up to 10 projects on it? Well, perhaps it’s time to give ProWork a chance. Yes, I know what you are thinking. Why am I not using ProWork or why wait till now to use it? Well, I started using Asana before ProWork came along and it was kind of hard moving all the running projects, nonetheless, I still signed up for ProWork for when Asana fails – does this count?

To guys at ProWork, please don’t crash, and if you want to, try Saturday or Sunday. If you can create a way to import stuff – projects from Asana (or better yet cross-work with Asana), I will definitely become your evangelist, so start hacking away. Wait a sec, if you don’t know what ProWork is about – read Jesse Oguns write up here, and along side Twinpine, ProWork was nominated for the Meffy’s Award. (Did they win?).

Off to!

Updated: Asana is back, but pretend you didn’t see this and go check out ProWork.