Asana team -
I’m hoping this is something that is on the radar to finish building out the feature for task dependencies. The “waiting on” feature, is a neat idea but isn’t really useful in its current form, as it really is just a “note” on a task, which you still have to see the task and look at it, read it, and deal with it…even though it is not available to be worked on. Here’s the most useful and easy way I can visualize it being executed.
Enable a “Hack” control to allow users to hide “waiting on” tasks from “my tasks” list. This is the major piece missing for task dependencies to be useful in our environment. We all have task overload, and we don’t need more things showing up in our task list when we can’t actually work on them anyway. But…if the dependent task was completed, then the new task should appear in the (pre-assigned) assignee’s task list. This would allow us to schedule out so much of our work sequentially. Would be huge across our company.
Does anyone know if I’m the first to bring this up, or is this already on the agenda for a future release?