Creating Pipelines in Asana
Pipelines are useful for tracking recurring projects and tasks through predefined stages. They can be used for deals, sales, projects, onboarding, product development, and anything else where a project or task goes through a set number of stages each time it's done.
Asana is great for creating pipelines but is limited in terms of duplicating the duration of subtasks tasks so this means you have to update every subtask each time you use a template.
Using a free plugin called Instagantt gets around this issue.
In this lesson, I'll explain how to set up a simple pipeline and how to use Instagantt to add essential functionality and time-saving features, even if you are using the free version of Asana.
• Creating pipelines in Asana and Instagantt
• Using the Asana/Instagantt pipeline
Introduction to Pipelines
Pipeline & the Limitations of Asana
Create Reusable Project Templates
Using the Asana/Instagantt Pipeline