I’m sorry that this thread hasn’t gotten as much attention from Asana as you’d like to see, especially on a topic that’s so important to you. I really appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us about Asana’s Business tier and how the recent changes have impacted your workflow.
I’ve shared this thread and your feedback with our product and business teams and we’ve worked to ensure that our future roadmap includes improvements and support for all customers across our pricing tiers. Our change to adding a Business tier is one that we put a lot of thought into, but we do recognize that it won’t be the right plan for everyone. I know that when a product you use increases pricing or updates their pricing structure, as Asana has over the last 6 months, it can be frustrating, especially when your team relies on it to manage their work. We are committed to continuing to add features across our product lines, including the addition of sorting and filtering on Boards: https://blog.asana.com/2019/01/sorting-filtering-boards/ and the launch of Milestones for Premium users: https://blog.asana.com/2019/02/new-milestones-visualize-project-progress and I’m excited to share what we have in store for the rest of 2019.
Another big request we’ve heard is a pricing structure that gives access to Business features to some, but not all, of your teammates. Our goal is for Asana to be a tool that helps your entire team work together with ease. When we launched the Business tier with Portfolios, it made a lot of sense why you might want only a handful of your teammates to have access to our Business plan, but as we continue to grow our feature set, we hope you’ll see features that help everyone on your team manage their work and hit their goals, not just your management team.
I know that you may still be frustrated by the changes we’ve made and I will continue to share your feedback on this topic and others with our team.