Asana is the place for teamwork. We reduce your team’s frustration with email overload and the friction of trying to keep everyone on the same page while pursuing team goals. By putting conversations and tasks in a single place, Asana helps your team get more done with less effort.
Today, we’re excited to add Internet Explorer 10 to the list of browsers Asana supports. This means if you’re using the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or IE, you can communicate and coordinate with anyone on your team.
So why bring Asana to IE now? The answer is twofold – better support for larger organizations and the evolution of Internet Explorer itself.
Better for larger teams
Back in May, we unveiled Organizations, which provides the administrative features and privacy controls for companies to use Asana with 100s to 1000s of team members. In some organizations, specific teams depend on Internet Explorer, so supporting IE means that it’s easier to roll out Asana to everyone in your company.
The progress of Internet Explorer
We’re proud to say that Asana on Internet Explorer offers the same functionality and power as Asana on any other browser. Details are important to us, so here are some areas we gave extra attention to when developing for IE10.
- File attachment drag and drop
- @ mention people, tasks, and projects via hypertext
- Consistent app design and seamless interactions
We hope that by offering a fully-featured Asana on Internet Explorer 10, more people can enjoy the benefits of great teamwork. Let us know what you think.