After you’ve created an account and received an email that your account is
set up, go to My
Workflows on the Flowsana website. Click Add another Flowsana workflow. From the dropdown list, select the project that you want to put under workflow control. Select Auto-Adjust
DueDate-Based Workflow. By default, Flowsana will adjust
dependent tasks. If you also want it to treat all subtasks like they
are dependent tasks, check Treat Subtasks as Dependent Tasks.
Click Put Selected Project Under Flowsana Workflow.
If your template isn’t in the dropdown list, click on Refresh projects list from Asana and wait a few minutes until you get an email that
your projects list has been refreshed.
Wait a few minutes until you get an email that the project has been fully
prepared by Flowsana. That’s it! You can now change task due
dates and watch Flowsana adjust its dependents/subtasks accordingly.
Important note: Flowsana calculates date changes using exclusively working days, i.e. weekdays. Weekends are always skipped/ignored. Also, if a due date for a task is ever calculated to land on a Saturday or Sunday, Flowsana instead puts it on the following Monday. So when shifting task dates, you never have to worry about a task being due on a weekend.
If you have any questions about the above or any aspect of Flowsana,
please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.