Introducing our new Spreadsheet-Inspired List View!

Hi @Chris_B! You can now have up to 20 columns on your List project :slight_smile:

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Hi @Francesco_Alessi and @Alex_Hassel :wave:t3:

You can use “Tab + :leftwards_arrow_with_hook:” to open tasks details and the “Esc” key to close it!

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Not just yet @abass, but I’mm make sure to keep you posted here as soon as I have more info!

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Looks great. But still not getting the update. Is there a way to force this latest version?

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I wasn’t aware of that functionality. Good to know, thank you! :slight_smile:

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That’s great, thanks for the reply Marie!

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I am so excited for this new list view! It will be a great improvement for our marketing team. I wish I could get it in advance of my team.

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I concur!

This gif shows the # of subtasks and a subtask icon. Is this still available and how do you turn it on?

Thig GIF shows a subtask count and subtask icon. Is this functionality still available and how can it be turned on?

I’ve been using it and good. But it only works for project full lists, if I happen to search or filter by any criteria then I loose all the magic.

In fact I use 80% saved searches rather than raw project lists, so the grid view isn’t helping much.

Will you extend this to searches as well?

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HI @Juan_Diego,

I don’t think we’ve planned this just yet, but I’ll make a note of your feedback!

Great!!..I think this is going to be a real enhancement for the product!!

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I’m enjoying the excellent, new List View functionality–well done, Asana!!

Spreadsheet-like list view lovers: Please also consider checking out the new Responsive list view, multi-column sorts, hide/show 21 columns, filter-as-you-type, and more: Asana2Go Interactive Tables ✨ which complements Asana’s new List View with these additional features:

  • Works not just for Project view, but also for My Tasks, Search Results, and Tags views, as well as for Subsections/Subtasks selections
  • Offers 21 columns (fields) to toggle on/off; thus, most of the Task Detail Pane content is available (even Description)–for multiple tasks at once
  • All columns are sortable individually or in multi-column sorts, ascending or descending; and the # Subtasks and # Comments columns are sortable too
  • Automatic column sizing; no content truncation
  • Filter as you type
  • Asana2Go is free for all private and most commercial use (see Asana2Go for details)

Thanks,

Larry

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One thing this new (cool) design broke is the ability to multi-select tasks while seeing other columns. For example if I want to select all “Lost” client and move them into the “Lost” section: when I click on the first client, I don’t see the custom fields anymore.

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I was so disappointed when I clicked on My Tasks and it wasn’t there.
Why would you leave it off that page? I do all my work in Asana on the My Tasks page, I only use the others when I need to create a new project or similar. Please do this update. Why leave My Tasks out of the fun? :slight_smile:

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I’m still not seeing this in our account. Is there a way we can request access to this feature?

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You just have to be patient, I am being said it won’t be long.

Yes, please add to My Tasks.

I already submitted this in the survey for this feature change; however, I want to put it here as well. We need to be able to resize the columns and as an added bonus the rows… Now that we can side-scroll and add as many custom fields as we like the column size needs to be adjustable. There are certain fields that I want to see without having to hover over them. Not to mention there are some projects where I want to see the full task names on the left hand side even when I have a task “opened”. This could be solved by adding wordwrap/resize of row height…

Loving the icons to let us know when a comment or subtask exists but what about letting us know a description exists. I have a TON of tasks with no description. The task name says it all. But there are others where the description is 100% necessary. You have this icon ability built in now… why not use it to denote more than just comments/subtasks?

Also, Sections have the ability to have comments/subtasks (which we use in our templates to obfuscate tasks until necessary, then drag/drop into main task area). There are no icons denoting subtasks on Sections.