At Asana, we’re on a mission to help humanity thrive by enabling the world’s teams to work together effortlessly. One of our priorities is making sure customers have access to Asana in their native language so that global teams can make a greater impact with less effort.
Today, we’re excited to announce Asana is now available in Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and Polish—with Italian, Swedish, and Korean launching later this year. These new languages join English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese as we continue to support teams of all sizes across 190 countries.
Global teams, global collaboration
Teams around the world do great things with Asana. By expanding to more languages, we’re excited to continue to empower global workers and multinational organizations, including companies like AppsFlyer.
AppsFlyer is the global leader in mobile attribution and marketing analytics. With their technology, data-driven marketers at companies like Coca-Cola, Nike, and Visa can use innovative tools to grow and protect mobile businesses. Now, AppsFlyer team members in China and Russia will be able to use Asana in their preferred language.
“There are only a handful of tools I can say I’m in love with… I can definitely say I’m in love with Asana.”Ziv Peled, Chief Customer Officer, AppsFlyer
How to change your language in Asana
The Asana app and website are now available in Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and Polish. To update your language in the Asana app, follow these steps:
- Click on your profile photo or initials in the top right corner.
- Select My Profile Settings.
- Go to the Display tab.
- Select your language from the drop-down menu.
Coming soon: Asana in Italian, Korean, and Swedish
To continue delivering against our mission, we want to ensure every team can use Asana in the language they prefer. That’s why we’ll be launching three additional new languages later this year. Soon, global team members will also be able to use Asana in Italian, Korean, and Swedish. We look forward to enabling global collaboration and connection in 13 languages.