It would be incredibly helpful to be able to share the Project Brief created in the overview tab with a public link that doesn’t require an Asana account. You could still password protect it if desired, but being able to share this with clients as project scope doc would be amazing.
Currently we use other programs to provide a detailed project overview, but would love to bring this into Asana since all of the needed features exist except being able to share in a live doc setting.
Thanks for sharing your feedback, @Bobby! We recently implemented read only links for Timeline and Calendar view and hopefully we can also implement it for Project brief in the future. We’ll keep you posted!
I have a few projects with stakeholders, who are not Asana members (i.e. external vendors) or who have an interest in my project, but don’t want or need to a project member (i.e. CEOs). When I send an Asana report, it only goes to project members. There is no option to add additional people to receive that report. I noticed that I can remove people from receiving the report, but it would be great for it to work the other way around, too and share the report with additional people. Or simply, if the report URL would be public and I only need to share the URL, that would be great, too.
Read only is good and noticed the new “Create Link” feature, which is a great starting point. At the moment it only shows “List”, “Timeline” and “Calendar” as public, but not “Overview”. If “Overview” can be made public and being able to access the Status reports from there, that would solve my problem.
Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback with us, @Anna-Sophia_Schmidt! Hopefully we can implement this in the future. I have gone ahead and merged this thread with the existing request. I hope you don’t mind!
Same here. Please include the “overview” tab into the public link. I’d be ready to pay for this.
Corporate clients that have enterprise software, are not allowed and also won’t create accounts on asana to see them. Even though it’s a great funnel and conversion flow, this target group is not approachable. Because If I want a guest in a project I invite directly by email. Public link is used when I explicitly know that users won’t signup anyway.
Would love to see this employed with the portfolios as well. Our team uses portfolios to report on the status, priority, and overall goal of various initiatives and currently do not have an efficient method for sharing this out with stakeholders and partners, without giving them access into the projects themselves.