I would suggest building out advanced reports for those filters to regularly monitor work. I use those on a regular basis. I think Asana was getting a lot of feedback that customers were losing conversations in their inbox. This is an easier way to keep up with conversations where someone @ mentions you. Here is some more documentation on how to build out some really useful advanced reports for your team and yourself. I hope this helps.
Hi Katie thanks for your reply and for the suggestion of saving advanced searches.
What I really understand (I dev softwares and dynamic websites since 1996) is why you don’t apply easy and useful suggestions of your customers.
To add in inbox two filters by TEAM and by PROJECT is an effort much smaller than discuss about it.
What do you think about it?
I only work with one small team but I can see how those filters could definitely help if you are working across multiple teams. I would encourage you to fill out a #productfeedback and let others vote on it. Asana monitors votes in that section to help them road map new features. Good luck!
I still wrote about it but you joined my post to other one.
This is a great update, thank you.
Is there a way to filter so that I only receive messages about tasks that are assigned to me by someone else?
In other words, I make 10-15 tasks for myself every day, but I don’t need to see that in my inbox because… well, because I made the tasks myself.
I’d like to be able to see easily when my boss or a coworker has assigned me a task without that getting lost in the clutter. In other words, I essentially want the inverse of the “Assigned by me” filter.
I need the ability to filter inbox by Project as well. I struggle every week as I prepare for a 1:1 with a team member (to-do’s from our agenda we keep in Asana) to see what activity happened that I need to catch up on.
Further, it seems logical that Conversations in a Project should automatically summarize (reverse chronologically) comments and updates posted across tasks in a project.
It’s puzzling and frustrating that it’s not simple to see comments and updates summarized for a project.
Great suggestions, I can get behind them. The filters introduced were a great start. Let’s bring it up a notch.
I really don’t know why ASANA doesn’t apply a solution so simple and useful for us!!
I love the inbox filters! However, it would be great to filter by project in the inbox. So all user activity in tasks or conversations from the same project is grouped together
Thanks for your feedback @Cristina_Estevez! If you haven’t yet, I would recommend casting your vote in Inbox filtering per team/project
Thank you very much, Marie
It would be great if we could have filter options for the archive section of the inbox. Any plans to add that feature?
Great feedback @Nicolas_Fischer, and I don’t believe we have a #productfeedback thread for this, so I’d recommend creating a new one to allow other members of the Forum to support this feature request
i don’t believe this is on the cards just yet, but it’s definitely something we’ll look into for a future update!
Hi, do you evaluate to add in the great inbox page 2 new filter:
Please do it.
Thanks for your feedback @Riccardo_Mares! I recommend you to upvote for this feature here: Inbox filtering per team/project
This update is rolled out to all our customers, so I’m closing this announcement. If you have any other questions, please ask them in #tipsandtricks and if you’d like to share your feedback, make sure to log it #productfeedback!