See this comparison of Asana vs. Flow based on data from user reviews. Asana rates 4.3/5 stars with 3,014 reviews. Flow rates 4.4/5 stars with 28 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.
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(Based on 2,843 reviews)
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|Most Helpful Favorable Review|
I really like the user interface; you can configure it for your needs. I also like that you can choose the appearance of your Dashboard (tasks in the form of panels or as a list). It is easy to create tasks, organize them and monitor their implementation....
Flow was recently updated, it now has easy to select options to switch between a list view, kanban and calendar modes. The project drag+drop interface has been much improved over their previous offering. All the issues I had with it (and reasons I...
|Most Helpful Critical Review|
Azana sort of forces a task management paradigm on your company. There are some situations where you can't quite fit what you are doing into the mold they provide. One good example of this if you have some sort of high level task that you would like a...
Once the task is set, the task-editing process can be quite the hassle, especially when assigning subscribers and subtasks to certain people. Many save-then-reopen-and-reedit steps are required.
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