- back button to go back to the organization list
- sorting available on all columns
Great tool for Asana users. Thank you @Bastien_Siebman.
Nice to have a place that lists all tags that are used in Asana, very handy. And the links to the Asana Tag pages makes it very user friendly.
A couple of suggestions.
I’ll check Safari, add a count column for incomplete and completed tasks, and think about this multi-home issue. I think you are right, tags disappear when not used.
According to Marie the tag objects still exist although they don’t show in the UI. I don’t know whether that means you can find them somehow via the API or not; I haven’t tried that myself.
Thanks @Mark_Hudson. Any suggestion on how to improve?
This is great to see you can create something useful with just a few hours of work! If you guys have other needs, please share!
No problem, @Bastien_Siebman. My only improvement would be one that @Vince_Mustachio’s already identified, which is to distinguish between complete and incomplete tasks. Aside from that, I think it’s best to keep it simple.
When I said “other needs” that includes other tools =)
Well, if you could manage a % complete progress bar, I think a lot of people would go for that. I remember there was one a while ago that stopped working and seemed to no longer be supported.
Yes. The object still exists, but if you don’t know the ID and/or Tag URL, I don’t think there is a way to access it again. Nor does it seem like you would need to. You can easily create a duplicate Tag that gets a new ID. I can’t think what the value is in retaining unused Tags.
In the same topic you referenced @Phil_Seeman, the original poster figured out a way to keep using an unused Tag.
I’m guessing the API doesn’t expose these unused Tags, but I don’t know. And again don’t know why you would want them. If they aren’t used in any incomplete or completed Tasks, how much value can they really have?
@Bastien_Siebman, you asked.
Along the same lines of Tagsana. A list of custom fields and which Projects they are used in would be very useful.
Now that I think about it, a % complete bar that allowed for weighting would be far more valuable:
I’ll get on it =)
Displayed inside the Asana UI then?
Yes. The previous one was made by DoMetrix:
It sat within the Asana UI and worked pretty well. But I do think the ability to weight tasks based on time would take it to the next level. I imagine this would also be more accurate now because of the changes to sections.
This morning’s update for tagsana.com:
dark-bluethat doesn’t exist in the new Asana UI anymore)
Have a good day everyone!
Looking good, @Bastien_Siebman! The complete/incomplete split is a great improvement. I’ve already spotted a couple of tags we can delete.
I’ve gone ahead and created a new thread dedicated to Tagsana to allow you to post updates! Tagsana is still referenced in See a list of tags? so users will be able to use it as a workaround
Good idea! Thanks