1.) I found an old post from years ago about this, but we have the following problem:
We work a lot with dependencies. So that employees are forced to check off SUBTASKS before the parent tasks can be checked off, so that no one can overlook those subtasks.
Unfortunately, these dependencies do not work in the mobile app (Tested for us with the IOS app). When we create a new task and add dependencies to various items, there (on desktop) is no check icon in front of the task, but this other icon “waiting for 1 more task”.
In the IOS app, however, this is all ignored, there all tasks just show up normally with a check icon and could be checked off WHILE there are dependencies. An employee could now simply check off everything, regardless of whether he has checked off the subtasks.
Is this a bug or would one have to upgrade the account for this feature? I just can’t imagine a digital company like Asana, forgetting or not including such a feature. There are posts from three years ago where users bring this up - that can’t be true, can it? Especially for such an elementary thing. I mean, this is an absolute basic requirement. We have tasks that MUST be completed by employees via mobile app (otherwise not possible). And in order to avoid such mistakes and to create various dependencies, we introduced Asana.
2.1) In the mobile overview, I can’t have my tags show up either. I can’t activate them in the overview and I can’t see them. So mobile the tags are just not there in the table overview.
2.2.) And if I have created a tag and then want to assign it, I can’t find an overview or similar which tags exist. Should each employee remember all tags or try the whole alphabet to see which tags exist or what is the idea? One would like to create tags and these are then to be used by the team. But for this you would have to have an overview when you click on “Tags” in the overview and see which tags exist at all. For me, they only appear when I enter a letter…
I hope you understand what I mean and someone can help me. Is just a really huge problem.
For other tips I would also be really grateful, we just despair a little. Otherwise, Asana is really awesome!