I have a subtask with a due date and dependencies, but when I change the date, Flowsana does not adjust its dependent tasks' dates
This will occur by default if the subtask is not attached to the project that's under Flowsana control. By default, Asana doesn't assign subtasks to the project of their parent task.
If you want to have subtasks which are not attached to their project participate in Flowsana's Dynamic Duration or Auto-Adjust workflows (or If-Then rules), you can do that by selecting the "Also apply this workflow to subtasks" checkbox when creating your workflow:
With this option selected, subtasks will be included in the workflow, regardless of whether or not they are attached to the workflow's project.
Introduction to Flowsana
Flowsana consists of five different types of workflows that you can apply to any of your projects. Each type of workflow has its own section here in the Knowledgebase with information on how it operates. Please see those sections for more details. ...
How to Set Up an Auto-Adjust DueDate-Based Workflow
How to get started with an Auto-Adjust DueDate-Based Workflow: If you haven’t done so already, create a Flowsana account here. After you’ve created an account and received an email that your account is set up, go to My Workflows on the Flowsana ...
I can't figure out where to set my project start date
No problem - this part of the Asana Guide shows you how to set an overall project start and due date: https://asana.com/guide/help/premium/start-dates#gl-project-start-dates There's one thing they don't explain, though, that can be a little ...
My recurring tasks are not being handled properly by Flowsana
Unfortunately Flowsana is not able to support recurring tasks, because the Asana programming interface does not provide any data about task recurrences to external integrations. So Flowsana has no way of knowing that a task is a recurring task and ...
I'm having trouble entering a project or task start date - Asana doesn't seem to save it
Asana's behavior regarding entry of dates can be a little confusing. Asana does not let you enter just the "start date" portion and leave the "due date" portion blank. If you do that, Asana transfers the "start date" you entered to be the "due date" ...