@Rebecca_McGrath I saw the good news about allowing others to edit rules, this is excellent! Happens to be perfect timing because an employee who wrote several rules has just left our company, but we still have her Asana login.
My question is, how can I find all the rules the employee created? I am linking to your answer concerning how rule ownership will pass on – is there any notification to the people who receive the rule ownership? Or do you just find out when something breaks?
Hi @Katie_Kendle, thanks for reaching out. This is a great question! Right now, there isn’t a process in place to allow you to view all Rules created by a certain user. You would need to check Rules manually in this case.
I’ve gone ahead and moved your post to the #productfeedback category as I think this would be a great addition to Asana! You and other users can add your vote by clicking the purple Vote button at the top of the page!
I’ll keep you posted and let you know if we have any updates
@Bastien_Siebman@Phil_Seeman do either of you guys have a great tool for finding Rules? My situation is this: one of our employees has left the company, but we still have her Asana login active. I would like to find all the Rules she created and reassign them. I am certain she created rules in some projects, but there are probably 75+ projects as possibilities and I would rather not search them manually.
Can I find these Rules proactively somehow before removing her account from Asana?
Is there a way to search for broken/inactive Rules? I could remove her from Asana and then look for the broken Rules, if there’s a way to do it.
Apologies, I missed that part of your question, @Katie_Kendle! Edit permissions will not be turned on by default for previously created Rules. This feature will need to be enabled manually for previous Rules.