I have about 15 projects I’m setting up that will be viewed by around 20 people in our company. We rely heavily upon color coding of the tasks as they show up in the project’s Calendar views.
We cannot use the “Asana Default” setting for this, because those colors are not germain to the project Calendar Views.
Thus I added a Custom Field to the library for color coding, and it’s simple to toggle it on, and things look great.
I cannot get that setting to STAY that way. The moment I navigate away from that project, and come back to it, the color scheme is reset back to “Asana Default”. That’s going to cause mistakes and confusion. People aren’t going to realize it’s changed the color scheme back and get confused.
How do I set these projects up so that the “default” color scheme is the Custom Field and NOT ‘asana default’?
EDIT: I see that this is somewhat addressed on the Asana tutorials, Asana calendar view options | Product guide • Asana
It says the following. How do I make this happen? How do I “save that view for everyone” as the last sentence claims?
“You can choose “Asana Default”, which pulls from other colors you have set in Asana, or you can set your color logic based on custom fields. Once you’ve chosen which custom field you’d like to use, you can save that view for everyone, so your entire team will see the same color logic when they view the project Calendar.”