Hi @ Samuel_Lee-Gammage
I work my priorities with a project called Kanban.
It is just a project with a predefined view in dashboard mode.
I also have a project called Focus, as you indicate and another called Radar.
It is my “Work Project”, something similar to a “Today” or the “Featured Tasks” view in many productivity applications.
My “Kanban” project in dashboard mode consists of these slots:
Work in Progress
In addition to the “Kanban” project, I have a project called “Focus”
My Focus project is a list with exactly the same Slots as the Kanban project
I also have another project called “Radar” with issues that I don’t want to lose track of.
Everything in “Focus” is in Kanban “so that I can focus on my” Kanban "job board with the assurance that I will complete what my attention requires.
As Asana allows adding several projects to the same task, I simply make sure that when in Kanban I move a “Focus” task to a new slot, I also move it to the corresponding slot in Focus, I don’t know if I explain myself, it’s easier than it seems I will give some example.
The tasks that I have in the Radar project, are NOT usually in Kanban since Radar is just a project of things that I don’t want to overlook. When they require action, I move them to Focus or Kanban as necessary.
If a task belongs to a specific project, for example … software implementation on client x, and that task requires special attention, apart from being in its main project, I also add it to Radar, Focus or Kanban as necessary .
Any questions I will be happy to help.