Thank you for the quick reply and workaround. I have created a few extra sections titled “unused” when setting up a list. Not ideal, but keeps Asana usable.
One more drawback; I have not checked on the desktop version yet but it seems I can’t edit or delete a conversation from my iPad. I can edit and delete my replies within a conversation, but not the conversation as a whole and no editing of the initial post created when the conversation was created. I could instruct the team to leave that initial post description blank when creating a new conversation and use a reply for their first post as a workaround. Not ideal and strange to not be able to delete a conversation entirely while on a mobile. Assigning followers for a conversation is tedious, too… would be nice to select the team as a whole or at least be able to select several members at a time. Maybe that is better on the pc.
Please note, I almost believe there is a universal law requiring all apps and interfaces to choose a handful of basic functions to withhold. Asana makes me want to cry because it is so close to a usable solution to get my team off Facebook. Your app is way better for collaborating than Facebook, yet what it does is so simple. It is beautiful in its entirety as it is through the desktop, and just has a couple things withheld on mobile devices. Those things must be put in place to get people away from the momentum Facebook has.
Skip new features, polish the mobile interface, and stop there!