**Read me first** How you can give feedback and what we do next

Submit and vote on Asana product feedback.

See details below for how your votes will impact Asana’s product roadmap. While Asana is unable to guarantee each request, we do take each request into consideration and thank you for your feedback.

How we’re listening to your product feedback.

We have been pleasantly surprised by the amount of organic product feedback you have submitted here in the Community. Many of you have asked what happens with the feedback after you submit it and we’re here to tell you! First and foremost, please know that we see your feedback and we are taking it into account. That said, as indicated in the category description, we cannot make any guarantees.

Voting for product features

This category is a place for you to provide feedback about the Asana product and vote on your favorite feature requests. Please vote on the ideas that you’d like to see implemented. Note that we will read comments to help us understand the context of your requests, but we will specifically use votes to prioritize your feature requests. Vote by clicking the “vote” button at the top left of each thread.

How your votes will impact Asana’s product roadmap

Your votes will help us understand the Community’s preferences as we bring Community feedback to our roadmapping discussions. These Community preferences will be integrated into Asana’s Voice of Customer process. What we’ll do is count your votes and analyze your feedback in the community, then cross reference it with the feedback our other teams are getting. Then we prioritize all requests against many factors including company vision, business needs, and so on.

We do not share a product roadmap because we are unable to promise a timeline and we want to ensure that the features and updates we release are as well made as possible. We wouldn’t want to release a sub-par feature just to meet a deadline - quality is super important to us. So, while we can’t promise a timeline or specific features, we can promise that we take your feedback seriously and we are considering it alongside other customer feedback at Asana.

So, will your idea be put into our product roadmap?

Maybe! We do our best to prioritize what is important to all customers and create features that will have the greatest impact on the customer experience. This means that while we may not implement the exact feature you request, we will try to create features that address the pain point or problem you’re trying to solve.

Background on how we build our product roadmap at Asana: How Asana co-creates our product with customers

Insights into our roadmap

While we don’t share our full roadmap publicly, we’re excited to provide you with a glimpse into the features you’ve requested in the forum that we’re considering or actively working on. On the Product Feedback homepage, you’ll find three sections listing these requests along with the features we’ve already launched.

What do “Considered,” “In Development,” and “Launched” mean?

  • Considered: These requests are actively reviewed by our team and have a high likelihood of being implemented in the near future.
  • In Development: These requests are currently being developed by our team and should be available in Asana soon. While we may not always build the exact feature you requested, we strive to address the pain points or problems you’ve identified.
  • Launched: These are the feature requests that we have already built and released.

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