I liked Asana so much, I conducted a presentation at a national conference (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) for it this past summer in Atlanta. My colleagues and I have used Asana in several ways in our every-day job, by taking advantage of its collaborative features. We have used it to set up team projects, keep track of each member's schedules and responsibilities, create to-do lists. The mobile app version makes it very easy to take on the go with me and I can receive internal notifications on my mobile screen about my team's progress. A bonus feature is the Tab-B shortcut to release random kittens on your screen. Such a stress reliever! I also like the unicorns flying congratulating me on completing a task.
I wish that it can be integrated into more mainstream things like Microsoft Outlook or Skype. I don't like having to open a new web browser to keep Asana running in the background.
We are able to use Asana to internally communicate within the office in a fun and millennial-like way. It also speaks to our generation of law students, so I'm trying to find a way to incorporate it into my teaching.