We draw our own graphs using a product called Cyfe--it's a graphing cloud service that plugs into the data that's collected in Mixpanel, and allows us to draw retention graphs that we can't get out of Mixpanel.
We use Google Analytics to track data from our homepage and other front-facing pages.
Mixpanel collects most of the analytics.
Most of the tools we have are plugged into Slack. For instance, whenever there's a ticket that lands in HelpScout, it's sent to that dedicated Slack channel. The surveys we send out through Typeform or ClickInsightsIO all land in a Slack channel. So it really works as a hub for all the notifications from the other tools we use.
We use Intercom for most email communications. We recently switched away from MailChimp because the majority of our communication is geared toward our users, so we don't do a lot of outbound email marketing. Intercom has really cool segmenting functionality, and it's easy to work with your users inside their tool.
We use Mailgun for sending out system emails.
We use our personal Dropbox accounts because we just prefer that tool. The Dropbox Mac app works better than Google Drive's; we find Dropbox to be faster for uploading stuff, and the sharing settings are more straightforward.
We use the whole Google suite, so this is an easy option, though we don't like it. Their interface is clunky, I don't like their Mac app and their sharing settings can be confusing. All company assets, design, UI, legal is all stored on Google Drive.
I was the one who suggested using Asana because that's what we used in my previous team, and everyone loved it. About a month into using it here, I was talking to a teammate and he opened up Asana, and I saw that it was a total mess and he wasn't using it the way you should be using it. I realized that I had to explain and train people on how to use it. Most of our team still doesn't like it, but we're still using it for now. We have experimented with Trello, and we like the visual aspect of it. But the issue is that migrating to Asana is a pain now. We're now focused on just getting stuff done.
GitHub is our repository. Bitbucket has more competitive pricing, but we use GitHub because we like it more.