Thank you so much for your response and it is very helpful plus appreciated. I was aware of how the color of the date changes relating to how many days it is due in and find it is an important feature.
However, in regards to our specific organization and requirements from our PM platform, we are a small family office who deals in large commercial real estate projects. There are only a few of us who really use and utilize Asana with our other members being the President, CEO etc. of our company. They like to pop on and check the status of where things are at and how they are progressing vs. creating tasks and managing boards themselves. I am the main coordinator for ensuring no task gets missed or is completed late. Some tasks are not assigned to me, even though I am a follower of all. This reminds me who is specifically responsible for completing the task. I have contacted Asana support about having more than one Assignee and Asana’s answer to that is "The answer is, you can’t. Having only one assignee per task ensures that there’s never a sense of “who’s responsible for completing this task?”. I understand there is the added feature in Premium of “waiting on others” which is fantastic.
My main challenge is there are some tasks with a responsible party (President or CEO) who doesn’t frequently use Asana that may have a task on their board that I unable to the color change as it progresses closer to being due. It would be INCREDIBLY helpful if I was somehow able to set an alert to myself 3 days prior to due date to follow up and confirm it’s completion in a timely fashion.
Thank you so much for your time Alexis.
We are huge lovers of Asana and hope it can remain to satisfy all of our needs as we grow our project basis.