Sort subtasks in reverse chronological order

At the moment, when adding a new subtask, they automatically populate at the end of the subtask list. In cases where a task has many subtasks, users are then forced to click “Load more subtasks” to view the most recently added subtasks.

I’d suggest that Asana give users the option to show subtasks in reverse chronological order in these cases (or somehow allow users to switch between the two). In other words, when there are so many subtasks that additional subtasks can only be viewed when you “Load more,” the handful of subtasks that can be viewed should be the most recently added subtasks.

Hi @Heloise_Taillet, thanks for sharing this feedback! You are right, when adding new subtasks, they are automatically populated at the end of the subtask list.

We currently don’t have a workaround for this, I’m sorry for the inconvenience! I’ve gone ahead and sent your suggestion to our team in charge of the Voice of the Customer Program.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have follow up questions :slight_smile:

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I agree it would be preferable as you state.

One workaround is to drag subtasks around to put them in the order you want. The order is sticky, so I occasionally drag old subtasks to the bottom of the main task.

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