As a portfolio manager want to filter the tasks of my sprint board using the “Project list” so I can run the stand-up for multiple projects during the same meeting.
Hi @Giorgio_Alcantara, welcome to the Asana Community Forum!
We currently offer the option “Search this project” and you can search by specific parameters and filter your tasks.
I hope this helps! But please let me know if this is not what you are looking for I’d be happy to investigate it further!
Many thanks for your reply. Actually, that does not help with my problem. I have a field that lists the Projects that are linked to a task in my summary board. For some reason, I cannot filter or sort using this field. When I expand the options, I can only move to left/right, hide, or set the column width.
Yes, I replicate this behavior. The Projects field can be blank, or have 1 Project, or numerous Projects, listed in an order that the user can’t control. Therefore, I could see that an attempt at sorting may not be satisfactory. To enable more rational sorting, we would need:
- Modification of the multi-homing concept (because excessive multi-homing as a workaround causes Project lists to be elongated)
- Provide more controllability of a range of behaviors such as what tasks and subtasks get displayed when and where (because the multi-homing workarounds to address this concern tend to clutter the Projects field)
- Provide sticky user-driven reordering (or alternatively, a rule-driven or list or worst case, alphanumeric reordering) of Projects in the Projects field including bulk operations
Or, just sort on whatever is there, knowing that " Aardvark Walrus " will sort far from " Walrus Aardvark " and from " Pangolin Aardvark Walrus " and just deciding to cope with that.