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Asana, the slick collaborative task and project management startup from Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-Facebooker Justin Rosenstein, has announced an integration with time-tracking platform Harvest.
Through the tie-up, users can track the time they spend working on key tasks. In terms of how this could prove useful, well, it could help freelancers bill their exact hours to a particular client, or simply get a better idea of how they actually spend their day.
Once you start working on a task, you can start tracking time by clicking on the little clock icon and then hit ‘Start Timer’.
Users can access the new Harvest-enabled features via the Asana task pane. You will, of course, require a Harvest account to tap his new integration.
Meanwhile, check out the guide below for more details.
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