Subtasks in my project are not responding to rules I've defined for that project
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 a workflow, you can do that by making sure to include subtasks in the "Apply this workflow to" option when creating your workflow:
With subtasks included using this option. they will be included in the workflow, regardless of whether or not they are attached to the workflow's project.
How to Duplicate Rules
Flowsana provides the ability to duplicate or copy all of a project's rules over to another project, thus saving you the considerable time and effort of recreating the same rules in multiple projects. How to duplicate a project's rules: If you have ...
Special Handling of Subtasks
IMPORTANT: This article only applies to the original "Treat Subtasks as Dependents" option, which has now been deprecated. For handling of subtasks in new Auto-Adjust Workflows, the "Apply this workflow to" option is now available; for details, ...
Including subtasks in your workflows
For most types of workflows, Flowsana provides the ability to specify whether you want the workflow applied to only top-level tasks, only subtasks, or both top-level tasks and subtasks. To do this, make a selection from the Apply this workflow to: ...
Dates of subtasks are not being adjusted by my workflow
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 ...
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 ...