Customizing the title/name of a form submission

When someone currently submits a form, a task is generated that is titled, “form name” + “submission.”

Our studio is testing using Asana Forms as a creative brief for our clients, and when clients are submitting projects into the queue, all projects are listed in our tasks with the same name.

Would it be possible to consider allowing one of the custom form fields, such as “Project Name” (in our case), to be assigned as the default task name instead of the form name itself? This would allow us to not only keep old/new submissions straight, but allow for the name to convey when the task is converted into a project.

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@Erin_Pitts, Isn’t this already possible with #3 in the screenshot below from the Asana Guide on Forms?

Larry

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@lpb Interesting - I don’t have the same functionality you do. We’re on Business Level. This is all I see.

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Ah, never mind. i figured it out. Thank you @lpb!

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we’re on premium, is this a business only feature, I cannot set title or default assignee…

i could set title previously, i’m near certain, but never saw the ability to set assignee – this link is inaccurate, or broken in latest upload: Forms • Asana

problem appears to be on moving project from one team to another, deleted and re-created fixed…

Correct - on Premium, you can set name/title of form, but not assignee.

(FYI you can set the assignee on Premium using the Forms Support feature of my Flowsana integration.)

So HOW can I set question to be a task name? I see Erin you figured it out, but could you share? I have the same view as you, no. I cannot find this function and asana guide is not helpful at all…

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Hi @Piotr_Szymanski and welcome to the forum,

It’s the “Select a field for task titles” setting on the lower right-hand portion of Erin’s above screenshot.

Build a question (“field”) on your form which captures the value you want to be the task title; then select that question/field in the dropdown list under “Select a field for task titles”.