Join me on Friday when I walk you through an example and define product events for Asana

Dear Data-Traveller, please note that this is a Linkedin-Remix.

I posted this content about how to track a task management product already on Linkedin in August 2022, but I want to make sure it doesn’t get lost in the social network abyss.

For your accessibility-experience and also for our own content backup, we repost the original text here.

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How do you track a task management product like Asana?

I was talking a lot about business-related events in the last weeks. But I won’t forget my roots: the product events.

Product events capture how users use your product – easy to say – but hard to define.

One of the significant issues in defining product events is to choose the right abstraction level and don’t end up with too many events.

To show how I approach it, it’s time again for some live streaming – the first one after the summer break.

Join me on Friday at Noon (CET) and watch me build a product event tracking plan for Asana.

As always
– the session will be recorded – so make sure to sign up for the event to watch it later
– no slides and a long talking – we jump immediately into Miro and build things
– you can ask as many questions as you want