It would be great to be able to hide completed Goals for better visibility on the open goals. Either archiving or giving the option to show only incomplete goals (similar to Tasks) could work.
Great idea @Carissa_Castro, thank you so much for sharing! We’re planning to continue improving Goals in the future, so we’ll definitely kee this in mind!
What should we do now? Delete them? It’s nice to be able to see old goal progress though…
+1 from me!
We’re currently setting our Q1 2021 goals, and I’m trying to work out what to do with our Q4 2020 goals. We’re using the same company objectives, I’ve closed the Q4 2020 goals but they’re still visible under the company objectives, which is confusing!
As a workaround do you recommend deleting the Q4 goals?
I agree with the suggestion. Right now, not being able to archive or delete them is an impediment to my using this feature. Would love even to have a workaround.
Probably bad form to answer my own question. However, I realized you CAN delete goals. That is a suitable workaround for my quarterly goal setting need.
Voted for this one as well! Old goals should be able to be archived for review later without completely deleting or having to keep around on the Goals tab and cluttering the current goals.
+1 from me. Please hide closed goals because it gives much higher visual clarity of what matters currently.
Any updates on this? I can archive or park goals, and since our company’s goals are set by quarter, it’s starting to get really messy which old goals. @Asana can you help?
Hi. We would like to have the goal archiving feature too!
+1 from me too. After a goal is Closed, it still appears alongside the Open goals. We don’t want to distract our staff with Closed goals. There should be a feature to Archive Closed Goals.
Hi everyone! I have found a bit of a workaround for the time being: create a new team called “ARCHIVE”. Then, at the end of each cycle, reassign each Goal to the ARCHIVE team.
To hide these goals from view, simply go to Show/hide teams and deselect the ARCHIVE team (and, of course, reselect this team when you want to take a look at past Goals).
It doesn’t allow you the same flexibility to see to which team(s) the Goals were originally assigned, but you could technically edit each Goal name to denote the team (i.e. “Finalize editorial calendar 2022 (MT)” for Marketing Team, etc.).