I’ve been diligently ignoring the yellow supported browser message at the top of any Asana screen for months now, usually x’ing the window to close it every time it pops back up. Now it’s back with a vengeance - and no way to hide it.
This message isn’t telling me anything I don’t already know. I work for a large organization and like many companies, my IT department controls updates that are pushed to my system. I know my browser is out of date. It will continue to be out of date until my IT dept clears and pushes the next version. Now, I’m just irritated that I’m losing valuable real estate by a jarring yellow bar with a redundant message.
Can we get this tweaked? I realize it’s minor, but I’m trying to develop screen recording videos for training purposes, and this thing is the biggest eyesore.
Hi @tabitha, thanks for reaching out.
For some context, could you please provide a screenshot of the message you are receiving?
Looking forward to hearing back from you!
Hi Rebecca - thanks for taking a look at this so quickly. Sure thing.
Hi @tabitha, thanks for getting back to me.
At this time, it’s not possible to hide the supported browser message. I’ll keep you looped in and let you know if our Product team make any updates here as I do understand how this could be frustrating, especially if your browser is controlled by your IT department.
I’ll keep you posted!
Thanks so much, Rebecca! I understand this isn’t a high priority on your list I’ve been using Edge as an alternative in the meantime, and happy to say it’s working well for Asana.
I am getting an irritating message in an orange ribbon at the top of my task list. It states: “To provide you with the best experience with Asana, please update your browser.”
I would not have an issue with this message if it was a one-time thing, but it is not. I am not going to update my browser (really old laptop, old OP, compatibility stuff), and that is final.
While I appreciate the concern, I am also OK with the rest of the Asana functionality. However, this ribbon takes away a lot of screen space, so it becomes irksome to edit start dates and especially repetition schedules when I create a task.
I have tried to find a button of the type: “Do not show me this message again” - because that is the only response that I want to take. I have not found any such button.
How do I get Asana to stop going on about my browser?
Hi @Peter_Gustafsson, welcome to the Asana Community Forum
Thanks for providing this feedback. At this time, it’s not possible to hide the supported browser message. I’ll keep you looped in and let you know if our Product team make any updates here as I do understand how this could be frustrating.