Hi Asana Community ,
I am currently working on implementing Portfolios within my teams and we come across a surprising limitation which I wanted to share, linked to the Senior Exec’s visibility on our portfolios.
I noticed that the people you add as members of a given portfolio will only see the projects on the portfolio list which they have access to. So if I add a Senior Exec to the Portfolio he/she will ultimately not see the portfolio unless we give him/her access to all the projects.
I understand the need to secure confidentiality, but I would have expected the project to be visible on the portfolio only (which has by concept a limited view, status, overdue tasks, etc…) and then the access rights would be necessary when clicking on each project individually, so access would be denied if not part of individual project members list.
Especially thinking about Senior Exec’s they do not want/need the detailed projects, they just want to follow the overall portfolio and its status as multiple teams will be working at a given moment on several projects at a time.
It a shame to not be able to manage this because as we move up the Pyramid of Clarity towards Portfolios/Goals, etc we target each time a more narrow + senior audience from the organization around us. And this audience which is more on leadership, supervisory and oversight and less in the detailed view from the bottom of the pyramid (individual projects, tasks, subtasks, …).
Especially interested to know if anyone following me on this need/limitation and how you have managed to onboard senior executives on Portfolios with this important limitation.
Thanks in advance