I would like to be able to remove a task from a specific project based on a trigger (i.e. - task completion).
Hi @Jeff_Kassel, thanks for providing this feedback!
While it’s not possible to remove a task from a project without adding it to another with Rules, hopefully this is something our Product team can implement in the future.
I’ll keep you posted and let you know if I have any updates
Whilst not able to be done in Asana, there are integration tools like Integromat, Flowsana and Zapier that can do this.
I would also like this ability. We have scenarios where we create an ‘external’ project which contains a subset of the tasks from the main project. We do this to share the tasks of the project that require external (guest) feedback and completion. This way those external sources can view their portion of the project easily in Asana. It is helpful to use a rule to allow our internal team to quickly/easily add tasks to this external project. However, without and ‘action’ to remove from a project, we can’t setup a rule to do the opposite, which then means internal staff need to learn two things to accomplish one primary goal: sharing/unsharing tasks.