At this point there is no way to do this in Asana, but you can use an integration though. The following post might help.
Yes, @Matt_Macdonald, Flowsana will do exactly what you’re wanting. You just build a template and make all of the tasks that you want to automatically adjust be dependent tasks of the top anchor task. Then each time you create a new project from that template, you put that project under Flowsana control. From that point, any time you change the dates of the anchor task, all of the dependent tasks’ dates will adjust by the same amount of change.
You have two types of …
There is also a suggestion already out for this feature. Feel free to vote on it.
One feature I think would be very helpful for those of us that repeat similar projects regularly, is the idea of setting up an entire project template, and then setting one task as the sort of “Master Anchor” task.
To explain this concept: when I copy a large project i’ve built, I would like the dates to move forward if I change the “Anchor” date to modify all other task dates at the same time, relatively.
This would save having to reference back and forward between an old project and the newl…
@Phil_Seeman can help you if you have more questions about Flowsana.