Our company offers a monthly subscription product w/3 components:
A. monthly subscription box
B. monthly companion magazine
C. weekly companion webisode show.
-All in separate projects that we duplicate each month, because each component has 30+ tasks, sub-sections, etc.
- I’ve created several dependencies across the 3 monthly projects (we typically have 3-4 projects in progress (1 for each month’s component) for each component, so 9-12 projects on the team at a time. Example: the items for the subscription box needs to be photographed for the magazine, and some of the copy in the magazine is regurgitated/summarized on the webisode.
What is the fastest way for us to “re-hook up” all these inter-project dependencies every month? I started writing a “read me to hook up this project!” at the top of the projects, but project-starter folks are getting bogged down. Heck, I’m getting bogged down. With every copied project having a unique Asana ID, it seems unlikely Any tips on this? Any way to preserve dependencies? Maybe w/Zapier or another integration?
- Is there a way to populate deadlines that have the same spacing out from each other but a different actual calendar date?
Like, Task A is always due 10 days before Task B, which is always due 5 days before Task C. Currently, I still have to go into a calendar and count out all the days for each task.
Are there such things as living attachments in Asana? Like maybe a Google Sheets Viewer? So that we can click-to-view a file, and if we edit it, it will update in Asana? Currently we are using Google Links… but Asana only brings over project FILES, not “links.” Any ideas on this?
Random: Any way to make Asana ding on our iphones?