Additional and customizable Asana celebrations

I have missed seeing my Asana Celebbration - Extra Delight. In fact I realized it has been months since I have seen it. I just did check my settings and it is on. Please send more my way. They make us smile here in the office. Thanks!

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This rainbow things only reminds me with aggressive lgbt agenda. Why no styles like rocket launch, firing cannon, airplane take off etc. I like idea but got bored with rainbows everywhere. Also this do not change productivity at all :wink:

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Disadvantages:
-you can’t put your own avatar on each user or indicate your name or role to the user, because of this you always need to keep in mind the last name instead of the position when you select a person in the list
-When you invite to a project, there is no drop-down to select an artist, but you need to select via @, which is inconvenient
-In the project, you can open attached files, but you can not select attached links, inconvenient

It would be great if you change these moments

I get depressed when I don’t get the celebration. Especially when it is several times in a row, and they were long tasks that i was completing… Please give the option to have it set for every time!

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I would like a way to completely turn the Delight notifications off for myself alone.

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I agree that customization is the best route. The Rainbows only promote an already aggressive agenda that only some agree with. Especially in a large company, you will find people from all walks of life, and constantly being fed an agenda in your daily work life can be reassuring to some and downright irritating to others. I have had complaints internally and may have to move to another Project Management software if this is not resolved.

Welcome to the Asana Community Forum @Andrew_Reed1 :wave:

You can do so in your profile settings under “Hacks”
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Since turning on the ‘Extra Delight’ hack, I appear to have no celebrations anymore. I still have the ‘Show occasional celebrations upon task completion’ checkbox selected.

Just wanted to say thank you for improving the animal awards. I didn’t realize how much I enjoyed them. I love the Otter! Now I would like to respectfully request a sloth. I really need the sloth to keep me sane. Can you make him crawl slowly up the side bar? Or he can just stick a grinning head into and out of the frame? SLOTH…SLOTH…SLOTH… Please??

i want a celebrations for movies

i want celebration from movies

300 , friends , gladiator

i thing that the big good ideas

The celebration (now extra celebrations) feature is actually why I chose Asana over other options! The ability to choose the design of the celebration would be super cool but not a deal breaker. :slight_smile:

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I LOVE the celebrations and I feel like I need one every time I finish a task :slight_smile: :laughing:

I like features like this a lot. However, I would really like to see a lot more variety. I seem to get the unicorn every time.

I have tried to disabled this feature in the settings in both the browser and the desktop app but it doesn’t seem to go away. I am not sure what to do next as the settings doesn’t seem to work at all.

@ft_dpth,

There are two settings, one in Display and one in Hacks; did you get them both?:

Thanks,

Larry

I didn’t realize the celebrations were still in Beta level. I love them. The only thing I wish were different would be that you see the fun creatures every time you click off on a project. Sometimes it’s just a rainbow burst, which is disappointing after clicking off on a four-month-long project. The celebrations give a joy boost that is helpful during a work day.

It would be nice if there were some more options for the flair celebrations. It’s not that I don’t want the fun on a rainbow-unicorn, but maybe some more options, like confetti, etc?

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Please bring unicorns back. We can’t see them anymore :frowning:

I love this; please never get rid of it! Completing tasks is… hard… for me. I don’t feel the same pleasure or dopamine from completing things on my own that most people do. The extra celebrations really help my sense of accomplishment, even if they’re just a cute, silly thing.