Is this issue appearing in the Desktop app, the browser version, or both?
In both versions, I tried it with chrome, firefox and the app.
If you access app.asana.com in a incognito window, does the issue persists?
Were you prompted to use a new version of Asana when you started experiencing this?
No, I just opened the browser version this morning.
Do the projects you are expecting to see below the team are archived or completed?
No, the projects are up and running. That being said I also do not see a way to access archived projects at all from what I can tell.
Hi all, I investigated this further and this update is actually part of an ongoing test we are running for new users in Asana. If you created an Organization or Workspace recently, for this reason, you see a different sidebar. This test will run until June 4 and depending on the results our Product Team will decide whether we will launch it to all users or not.
Thanks in advance for your feedback, I sent it to our Product Team, so they can consider it when analysing results after the test.
In the meantime, you should be able to see the projects you recently visited in the sidebar under the Projects section. You can also mark projects as favorite so they are always available in your sidebar:
We are using Asana for six years now, so it’s not very recent. Also: Tell the Product Team that this new sidebar is absolutely awful and will thrash our productivity and workflows for the next three weeks then
I having this same issue when I logged in this morning. I have created nothing new and am not a new user. None of the projects show in the sidebar, and they are now hard to find and impossible to view while working. What’s the status of fixing this bug?
This is really irresponsible of Asana to implement this system-wide change without any forewarning. My team supports Asana for our entire organization and we host sessions with our super users to review new content, however, this will likely impact productivity since it is such a drastic change to the User Experience for our users. From an organizational change management perspective significant changes to the UX need to be communicated in advance.