When using Asana I often get assigned subtasks which obviously have a parent (with a due date). However when using My Tasks (and generally throughout the system) the visual hierarchy and layout of subtasks is really below par.
See attached screenshot. The 4 ‘no due dates’ tasks are actually sub tasks of the due date tasks but the UI here doesn’t show this at all. Why not place subtasks underneath the parent task, indented, and have a greyed out date if no specific date is set on the subtask (that takes from the parent task).
This would be so helpful to many I’m sure. This is only in the My Tasks section, they also need extra work in the kanban board and other areas IMO.