🔢 List of technical and data limitations in Asana

It would limiting for consultants given a dedicated address by the client, but in most cases we are guests aren’t we?

True in most cases, but some clients provide me with a dedicated account to build their Asana system. I also tried to add a dummy profile from my Phoenix demo space so I can switch easier during demos and that’s when I hit the limit :confused:

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:star2: Newly added:

  • :white_check_mark: 2.8. Limit of 250 rule actions per month for ‘Starter’ plan (org-wide)
  • :white_check_mark: 2.9. Limit of 25,000 rule actions per month for ‘Advanced’ plan (org-wide)
  • :white_check_mark: 5.6. Limit of 100 Portfolios for Advanced Plan (org-wide)
  • :white_check_mark: 5.7. & 8.11 Limit of 10 sorts & 10 filters in Portfolios’ List view
  • :white_check_mark: 15.1. Limit of 15 users on the ‘Personal’ plan
  • :white_check_mark: 15.2. Limit of 500 users on the ‘Starter’ and ‘Advanced’ plans
  • :white_check_mark: 16.1. Limit of 150 AI actions per month for ‘Starter’ plan (org-wide)
  • :white_check_mark: 16.2. Limit of 1,500 AI actions per month for ‘Advanced’ plan (org-wide)
  • :white_check_mark: 17.1. Limited to Enterprise, Enterprise+, or Legacy Business plans in order to use Tableau, Power BI, and Salesforce integrations.

Thanks to @Kelsea_Lopez for reminding me to consolidate the limitations of users, portfolios, rule actions, AI actions and integrations from this post into here.


@Richard_Sather, these integrations are only available on the Enterprise plan, according to the pricing page. I think the wording of 17.1 doesn’t really express that (or is it just me?)

Amazing and useful post I reference all the time!



Thanks, @lpb
Done, as discussed :wink:

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Hi @Richard_Sather,
One goal can have a maximum of 4 parent goals. Maybe you can add this to your post. By the way: Thanks a lot for putting this together! I come back to this post all the time.


Ah thanks for bringing that up @Uli.Kisslinger - I’ll add it to my list for the next update to the post!
Glad you’ve found this a useful resource :wink:

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