@Bastien_Siebman sorry I got caught up with work and missed your last email.
Here’s my scenario. I currently have a project called ‘IG Post’ which is like a content calendar for our company’s instagram account. Check attachment
Now, you can only see sections but there are tasks inside but it’s already completed, so Asana is hiding them
Tasks are grouped into sections due to its dynamic. I group tasks in weekly sections to have better view and organizations.
There’s no way to mark section complete in Asana like before. The only way is to delete section, but it can only be done when:
- there is no tasks in the section
- deleting section together will all tasks inside
I would avoid this because we still need tasks to be completed, so that we have reference in the future. Deleting task means there is no way to refer back to.
Ideally, the simplest solution would be for Asana engineer to implement the ability to ‘mark section as complete’, but since we’re still waiting for that feature, I’d like to offer a workaround.
In normal case, the easiest way would be to complete all tasks and archive the project. I then create new project (could be called IG Post NEW for example) and start populating again.
But with content calendar, that means it will never end. I also use Airtable data and zapped into Asana, so using the workaround from above means I have to do a lot of tweaking in Zapier.
I’d thought that I can simply drag tasks to new projects. But unfortunately you can’t drag section. This is where I feel it’s too laborious to manually create sections and drag tasks to new projects, especially with lots of sections like picture above.