We are all used to file systems where you can create folders hierarchy; and sometimes in Asana we want to do the same to organize projects.
Here are 4 ways to group projects together in Asana!
Teams: don’t hesitate to create a team with the only purpose of grouping projects together!
Fake project as a separator: a project named « ———« can act as a perfect separator in the sidenav!
Portfolios: they are a way to group projects in various ways, and could be your entry point to finding any project.
Colors: project color as a grouping key, like red for high priority projects, or green for HR projects etc
Acronyms: if you define acronyms for clients, initiatives, departments… using that acronym in the project name will make it easier to find them by using the search. It kinda works as a way to group projects together, doesn’t it?
Any other ideas?
Andrew Parkes also suggested to me and : use emojis or a naming conventions (which is a variation of the ). Thanks!