I’m really confused as to why such a cumbersome and potentially confusing work-around is considered a feature. When looking at “My Tasks” - subtasks do not show the proejct name unless you essentially create a copy of the subtask (now the same task shows up two times in the project task list)? How can this be by design? I dont understand what use case this could possibly be designed for - why would you want a subtask of a parent task (included inside of a project) to be orphaned in the system on views where you want to see what work you’ve been assigned to do? This makes no sense, can you please explain?
Can we issue a feature request?
The request would be for the project name to be inherited on sub-tasks so that when assigning work, team members can see which project the task is assigned to them for when looking at aggregate task views.