I’m sure there’s a reason as to why it wouldn’t be already but app.asana.com would ideally be fully-responsive on a desktop/laptop to accommodate varying workflows.
I literally couldn’t begin to tell you how many times I’ve tried to pull up Asana and another window, side-by-side, on Windows and on macOS, to work on my ever-growing task list.
In its current state, you can certainly put Asana off to the side as I just described — and you’ll be able to see your list of tasks — but the lack of purposeful responsiveness prevents you from seeing details for any task you select.
Ideally, when in a responsive state, the task details would overlap the list of tasks until you select to close the details — by selecting an
x or using
esc. When Asana is restored to a specific width, the tasks and task details would resume functioning side-by-side.
Anybody else think this would be useful… or have any other ideas on how this could/would/should work?