Here are a few key features that make Height different from tools like Asana:
Whenever a commit, a branch, or a pull request is updated, you can choose to update the linked tasks with a specified status.
Non-technical people can know what’s happening on GitHub or GitLab without an account.
Start developing your feature by creating a branch that’s going to be automatically linked to the task.
Height’s dynamic filters make it easy to find all tasks that fit certain criteria you set. Filter your tasks to find all the design tasks due within the next month, or see all the high priority projects across the entire company in one view.
Tasks in Height live on as many lists as you want, making it easier for different teams to collaborate on cross-org projects.
Power users will love the command palette and customizable keyboard shortcuts, and people new to project management will immediately feel at ease with lists that look and feel like spreadsheets.
Making the switch from Asana is easy with our Asana import. If you’re ready to move all of your projects or want a quick glimpse of how things will look in Height, you can migrate from Asana with just a few clicks.
In Height, go to Product settings → Import → Asana. Once you connect your Asana account, pick which workspace and project to import, and then map attributes from Asana to Height. It’s as simple as that.
What you might be looking for in Height if you’re switching from Asana:
Something else? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are other features you’re looking for.
Get a feel for how you and your team can use Height to organize tasks and get things done.