Making Completed Tasks Visible Within the Project


#21

In the upper right corner of the task list, click on the “Change View” icon; then you can select to see Incomplete Tasks, Complete Tasks, or both:

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#22

Hi guys! Just merging this thread with Making Completed Tasks Visible Within the Project to avoid having too many duplicates!


How do I find completed tasks?
#23

once a task is marked complete, where does it go? how do I get it back?


#24

Hi @Nadine_Kuveke_Fite

Once Tasks are marked complete, they will no longer be in view, though remain a part of your project. You are able to view those Tasks, by adjusting the sort filter for that Project. Click the sort filter/change view button in the upper right and select “Completed Tasks” to view all your completed Tasks.

I’ve attached a screenshot of this to help guide you in this process.

Another way you’re able to take advantage of this, if you have a premium plan, is by using advanced search.

Hope this helps!


#25

Hi guys! just merging this thread with Making Completed Tasks Visible Within the Project :slight_smile:


#26

same here .cant see gear icon


#27

Hey,

I’m new to Asana, cool tool. I want to mark items complete on my list, but I don’t want them to disappear as they have clients info on their that my team needs.

Is there anyway to do this?


#28

Hey @Mike_Buontempo - you just have to switch your filter.

Click on the filter here:

And you can switch from viewing just incomplete projects to all or complete.


#29

Thanks @Laura_Johnson :slight_smile: Merging this one with Making Completed Tasks Visible Within the Project to avoid duplicates!


#30

I can’t set the same for subtasks within a task. They are gone somewhere I am unable to find. @Marie Can you help me with that.


#31

Hi @Jnanaranjan_Sahu! Sounds like your subtasks were not associated with their parent task project, before completing your subtasks, make sure to add them to their project following these steps: https://asana.com/guide/help/premium/custom-fields#gl-subtasks


#32

I understand that. Can I somehow see those tasks or they are gone forever?


#33

If yo have access to the Advanced Search you should be able to locate them with the follwoing query:

If you don’t have access to the Advanced Search try typing in your search bar some keywords that you know are included in these subtasks title; this is a lot more manual, but should allow you to located your completed subtasks.


#34

It used to be possible to change the view to include “incomplete tasks and tasks completed within the past X days.” Did this feature go away? It was always the most useful view for projects with rolling agendas we use to talk through current and recently-completed tasks.


#35

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#36

In that way, I believe it did. I just go to the panel on the left-hand side and click ‘All Tasks’ which is located under the favorites section… There you will find a list of all tasks including completed ones.

Hope that helps.