I noticed when I clicked on an attached PNG inside a task that in the upper right corner of the image viewer is a new option for “Proofing for Images”. This feature allows for comments to be added to the image which intern transforms those comments into subtasks.
Hi @Brian_Massey and my apologies for the delay in responding to you!
Since Proofing was launched just this week, I don’t believe we’ve started working on Proofing for videos, but this is surely something we’re keeping on our radar for future improvements!
I’ve moved your post to the #productfeedback to allow you and other Forum members to vote for this feature to be implemented. One my end, I’ll make sure to keep you posted as soon as I have an update! Hope this helps Brian; let me know if there is anything else I can help with!
It would be nice for Asana to implement or integrate with some add-on or service that allows Video Proofing capabilities in-task.
Something similar to what Asana already has with images (Business Plan), but with video.
There are other Project Management Platforms that already allow this. They do it using an addon.
It looks something like this:
And each comment you make on the video (again, while being in the task, as the video is an attachment in the task), becomes a notification to the assignee.
This would be crucial for teams that produce video.
This would be a game changer for our team. We currently use Vimeo review pages, and used Frame.io before that, but having it integrated into Asana would be a dream come true. This would justify our small studio going into the Business plan for sure.
Yesss! Please do this!
I am a Wrike user currently and will be moving to Asana. The lack of a video proofing feature will be sorely missed.
Take a look at how they managed to integrate a youtube embed to generate the still frames and add comments at timecode. It was useful. But sadly the rest of their platform and customer service is going to ruin due to poor decisions by the dev team and sunsetting critical features without warning/repalcement. I would expect many users will be transitioning to Asana soon.