Hello, I was very excited when the “Remove from Project” rule action was launched this year. Unfortunately, it still doesn’t cover the use case we have at our company.
We are using Asana for agile sprint planning. We have a number of projects related to particular software artifacts, which have sections “Inbox”, “Backlog”, “Ready for Sprint” and “Current Sprint”. Moreover, we have two global projects named “Current Sprint” and “Upcoming Sprint”, which are used to aggregate all tasks that are in the “Current Sprint” and “Ready for Sprint” sections of all projects, respectively. In order to achieve this, I created rules that add a task to a particular project once it has been moved to a particular section. However, what I want to achieve is removing a task from the “Upcoming Sprint” board once it has been moved from the “Ready for Sprint” into the “Current Sprint” section, which is currently not possible because I can only remove the task from the project the rule is owned by. I am aware that I could possibly achieve what I want to do by adding those rules to the “Current Sprint” and “Upcoming Sprint” boards, but that implies that new rules have to be added whenever a new project is added, which does not scale well.
It would be nice if the “Remove from Project” action allowed to select a particular project to remove the task from, in addition to just the project the rule is owned by.