90% of our administrative staff (45 and growing!) are Asana users in our Business-level Organization at a school. Huge win for us! Between the users, there are multiple teams. They way we use teams is: either teams acting as a department or teams acting as a functional team. Example: Marketing department, HR department, are “Department teams”. Asana Lead Users, Executive Leadership, etc are “Functional teams”. We currently have 13 teams.
Many of our users are in multiple teams and are getting notifications on so many tasks, projects, etc across all projects in all teams in their inbox and task list. But have no way to answer the question (for example): What are the tasks that are assigned to me in all projects in the Enrollment Team? What are the tasks assigned to Supervisor Z in the all the projects in the HR team?
We would like to be able to do a search/report on "All tasks assigned to X user in Y team"
We think this can be accomplished on the front-end by adding a filter for “in Team” on the advanced search options.
Some of our users are getting overwhelmed and frustrated by the lack of ability to filter out unnecessary chatter/noise in their inbox and don’t know how to pay attention to what they need to get done in a specific team.
The only workaround I can think of is to search for tasks assigned to X user in all the projects that are in a team, but that requires that the user know the names of all those projects and there are too many to know across all the teams!