여보세요! Hej! Ciao! Asana is now available in Korean, Swedish, and Italian

Read this article in French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, Korean, Swedish, Italian, Polish, or Japanese. In April, we launched Asana in Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and Polish to give more of our global customers access to Asana in their native language. Today, we’re excited to launch Asana in three more languages, so […]

Read this article in French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, Korean, Swedish, Italian, Polish, or Japanese.

In April, we launched Asana in Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, and Polish to give more of our global customers access to Asana in their native language. Today, we’re excited to launch Asana in three more languages, so the world’s teams can work together even more effortlessly. 

As of today, Asana is now available in 13 languages in order to empower global teams across 190 countries. Whether your team is in-person, remote, distributed, or hybrid, you can now collaborate in Asana in: French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Korean, Swedish, and Italian.

Collaborate with your globally distributed team

With the launch of Korean, Swedish, and Italian, we’re excited to give teams at global organizations like devCAT and Tea s.p.a. access to Asana in more languages. 

devCAT is a Korean game developer most well known for their development of Mabinogi in 2004. They’re currently using Asana to transform the desktop Mabinogi game into a mobile experience. Now, devCAT will not only use Asana to make sure everything gets done on time—devCAT team members in Korea can use Asana in their native language if they prefer. 

“We use Asana to manage our entire game production process–from designing graphics to assessing user experience. It gives us a clear view of all work happening across the company, something we never had before.”

Kyungha Kim, Head Project Manager at devCAT

Tea s.p.a. is an Italian multiservice company that manages essential public services, including water, environment, energy and much more. Using Asana in Italian will enable the team to offer energy, give light to their cities, and keep the environment clean all while collaborating with awareness, sustainability, and innovation.

“Asana creates visibility for us and our suppliers, but it also improves the quality of data collection and project management. The ease of use is great, but it’s not the only metric we’re interested in. Asana has helped us run more efficient and more effective projects.”

Andrea Manganaro, Business Analyst, Tea s.p.a.

Access Asana in your preferred language today

To power effortless global collaboration, we want to ensure your team can access the Asana app and website in the language of your choice. Update your language in the Asana app in four steps:

  1. Click on your profile photo or initials in the top right corner.
  2. Select My Profile Settings.
  3. Go to the Display tab.
  4. Select your language from the drop-down menu.

We’re inspired by customers like devCAT and Tea s.p.a. who are using Asana to achieve their missions. See what teams around the world are doing with Asana.

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