I have a project with a lot of custom fields based on many different data types - dates, single select, text etc. I noticed that these custom fields, with the exception of single select fields - don’t show up as report criteria when I try to build dashboards for my project. What am I missing?
Hello @anon36484370 welcome to the Asana community forum!
Yeah correct at thus stage text fields cannot be used for graph creation, have a look here: Be able to use text custom field for building charts
Numeric custom fields can also be used though, more info here: Using charts on project dashboards to track progress | Product guide • Asana Product Guide
I agree. Thanks.
I appreciate the limitation with text fields. However as I noted in my question above, even date fields that are added as custom fields to the project are not showing up in the dashboard/report selection.
I am unable to include a number custom field in my reporting. This field has been made available organization wide.
It seems I can’t add a filter on the numeric custom field
Welcome to the Asana Community Forum @anon3671384!
Can you maybe share a screenshot (make sure to blur confidential info)
Can you try create a new numeric custom field in a dummy project and then ensure it is made available to the whole org and then try to see if that shows in the graph.
Hi Andrea, thanks for responding! As you can see from the screenshots, I can add the custom field to my X or Y axis, but not to the filters.
Any progress on this?
@Andrea_Mayer @anon3671384 I am having the same issue: a numeric custom field, which has been added to the organization-wide library, is only available as an axis, not as a filter. This field is on every one of these tasks; I was using it as an axis, but then wanted to view the data differently, and that’s when I realized it was missing from the filter options.
yeah it seems numeric and text fields cannot be selected as a filter here. Maybe you can try and change the filter in a way to still get the info you need with a different set-up.
Not sure if something like this would be of any help.
Now if you are trying to see total tasks per estimated hours that are between a specific range then best to use the advanced search as there you will be set it like this.
Also there are some integrations/apps that might allow you to create exactly the reports you need such as Bridge24 for example.
@Andrea_Mayer thank you for your reply and the ideas. I am more interested in understanding which custom fields we can use in Reporting/Dashboards and which ones we can’t. Right now it looks like custom date fields, custom text fields, and custom numeric fields are NOT supported as filters in Reporting. Is that accurate?