Subtasking and Project Association

#1

There has been any number of discussions regarding use and limitations of subtasks. I have a couple questions.

  1. We know that sub-tasks are not automatically associated with its parent task project. It appears to me that you have to add your first project to a subtask with Tab-P. Am I missing the icon on this.
  2. If you do an advanced search sorted by project, the subtasks I believe are not indented. I am having some problems getting the view back to Parent- Subtask. How after an advance search do you get back to the normal view with buried subtask.

I know that these seem like simple questions but having a little bump on this as I don’t use subtasks a great deal.

Thanks

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#2
  1. You are correct. Since the Subtask doesn’t belong to a Project by default, there is no Project name listed and therefore no indicator or icon next to the Project name to work with. Use Tab-P. After you add the first Project there is an icon.

  2. The advanced search is a work around to show all Tasks and Subtasks. The Subtasks aren’t indented, but there is an indicator in the list that it is an Subtask and of which Task.
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    If you want more than that, you could look at Asana2Go as an option to create a better formatted list of Tasks and Subtasks.

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