For teams that use board view to manage workflow: I’d like to be able to set a duration (say 2 days) and if a card sits in a board column for longer than 2 days, then that triggers a rule.
One specific use case is a customer service team where incoming cards need to be actioned in X amount of time.
Hi @Justine_D, thanks for taking the time to provide this feedback
This would definitely be a cool feature! Hopefully this is something our Product team can implement in the future.
I’ll keep you posted and let you know if we have any updates
Agreed! It would be helpful that after a duration of time passes with a task in a certain section I can implement a rule that moves it to another based on number of days set.
Hey folks! Looking for some help building out some time-based workflows. We use Asana to manage our content and I’d love to find a way to set up a workflow where if a task has been in X state for Y days it’s automatically moved to a new subsection (e.g. from “in progress” to “stalled”).
Is this possible in Asana workflows (or Flowsana, for folks who use them)?
Hello @alliebeazell great idea.
I went ahead and merged your post into an existing feedback request thread.
Don‘t forget to upvote
I wonder if it is possible to create a rule to move tasks and subtasks to another project after a certain amount of time?
Basically in my project, we have a rule to move tasks from section 1 to section 2 once tasks are marked complete, but I would like to know if there would be a solution to move these completed tasks from section 2 to another project after, say, 3 weeks standing in this section 2?
So far it did not look feasible to me as the only way to move a task to another project after X amount of time was based on the fact a task was over due (hence, not complete).
Hope that makes sense and more importantly, I hope someone has a solution for me, or an idea
Welcome to the Asana Community Forum @Fabrice_Deschamps!
I have moved your post into an existing feedback request thread. Don’t forget to upvote.
Thx a lot Andrea!
Forgive my ignorance: what does mean “upvote” ?
Oh sorry that means to click on “Vote” at the top of this thread