It is wild that you are engaging with this sorting feature idea I don’t see any of this engagement on the issue that people are asking for! lol all we get is a “thanks! but we have no plans to address your concerns.”? bleak yall.
my company uses chrome and and we used to be able to just run an site specific styling extension where we could have some custom css applied only to asana allowing us to expand the bar (maybe if you’re using a different browser you could still rig something like this… but we shouldn’t have to!) Now that option. o longer worked bc they’re fixed? atleast allow us to alter the width on our own browsers! is it that you’re super insistent on your interface? 17 characters for projects isn’t enough. and we here have never used the sidebar as shortcuts its main nav my dudes! does anyone else use the project view as she described? would much rather stick with the accordions in the side bar.
is there anyway you can help us out code wise/CSS wise/browsers settings wise (no way were zooming out to 10% to peak beyond the sidebar) that we can apply in a website specific styling browser extension that will allow us some flexibility here? yall changed it. you gotta acknowledge that at least.
How on earth is this not being addressed. Asana is great. The ONLY problem that everyone in our team has is the width of the sidebar.
Look at the size of this thread. Why is no one addressing this? And no, I don’t want to click on Portfolio, I don’t want to click on the Team and then the project, etc. I just want to see the name of the project in sidebar of a reasonable width. 240px is insanely small for someone that works in Asana all day on a large screen, flicking between a lot of projects.
Suggestion: will someone from the development team please tell us:
a) why it’s impossible to do
b) why it’s possible to do, but won’t do it
c) when it’ll be done
I love Asana, but this sidebar is ridiculous. Surely someone at Asana, using Asana to manage Asana, will know this?
Thanks @Ken6 . @JohnnyHuynh, something like that just worked for me in MS Edge:
inspect page html (Ctrl+Shift_I)
replace width 244 with 320 or whatever
Of course, it would be much better if the sidebar was just re-sizeable by click and drag.
I came across this post after having the same issue. I used the CSS code that was provided in the comments below, but wanted to know how can you permanently set this? When I refreshed the page, it went back to the old coding.
Did you use Stylus or did you inserted the CSS in the Style Editor tab in the browser? In the second case the changes can’t survive a page refresh. The Stylus plugin is the way to save them permanently.
I have a workaround using bookmarklets for people who don’t want to install an extension. To use, drag the link below to your bookmark bar, then navigate to an Asana page and click it. It will change the styling in your currently open page.