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" and blanks out the "start date" - and worse, it doesn't warn you that it did that!
Furthermore, the dates you enter for start and due date must be two different dates - if you enter the same date for both start and due, Asana does the same thing as described above - it uses that date as the due date and blanks out the start date!
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 ...
How does the task assignment feature work?
Flowsana's Dynamic Duration-Based workflow has the ability to automatically assign tasks when they become available to be worked on. This feature is designed to solve the Asana limitation whereby if you assign a task to someone in a template, that ...
Creating Unique Task Short IDs and Short Links
Using Flowsana's If-Then Rules and Variable Substitution capability, you can create unique short IDs and unique short URL links for your Asana tasks. Short Id - creates a short numeric ID that is unique within the task's workspace/organization. ...
Subtasks in my project are not responding to rules I've defined for that project
This will occur if the subtask is not assigned to the project that's under Flowsana control. (By default, Asana doesn't assign subtasks to the project of their parent task, so you have to manually perform the project assignment.) The way Asana's ...
How can I keep a task synchronized to the same column in two projects?
Because sections are specific to projects and are not shared between projects, you can’t accomplish this directly. So what you can do is use a custom field (you can also use a tag) to in essence link the two projects together, and then create rules ...