Asana, a collaborative workplace management tool, has garnered positive reviews around the Internet, including recognition as an "Editor's Choice" at PC Magazine. The platform seeks to replace email for group projects, offering in its stead a holistic work environment, with deadlines, priority options, and seamless communication all built into a single system. The layout includes three basic areas: a left rail that displays a list of projects, a main window that features the current working project, and an information box on the right that provides more details on the current work. The platform is extremely fluid and malleable, which makes creative use of the service possible, but, as with any flexible, template-free service, can also produce frustration in the early stages of learning. The free version supports up to 15 team members. Most users will find that they do not need the premium version, though it offers some extra capabilities, such as unlimited guests, private teams, and more access to help desk features. Asana is designed for tech savvy teams that are looking for the next level of online synergy.