Note that this new plan uses the name “Enterprise” but is not the same as the old plan named “Enterprise” (see next category). This new plan offers a subset of all Enterprise-level features at a lower-price point than the next plan below. (More details may be added here later.)
Enterprise → Enterprise+
The most comprehensive Asana plan has been renamed. (More details may be added here later.
Hi @lpb ! Yes, I understand some and could be debatable. Perhaps we could add a to the one you mentioned…?
And yes, we could definitely build the list to include the other tiers… once I do my homework
Feel free to help out by adding your comments!
Tried and tested, @Phil_Seeman
I was also surprised but it makes sense, considering the revised wording in the tier comparison on the Asana pricing page no longer mentions ‘Custom Rules’ - it’s now simply ‘Rules’ with a comparison of the number of actions per month.
Hi @Clare4 , it’s means the amount of actions that a single rule will perform, when triggered. And the limit renews every month. You can read more on these in the links I provided in the original post above, particularly this one:
Just to highlight what @Richard_Sather said: it’s essentially your above-quoted bullet point except that if a rule is activated and it has multiple actions, each of those actions counts as 1 toward the limit. This is illustrated in the Guide article he linked to:
When a rule runs, it can generate one or more actions. For example, if the trigger is Task moved to a section and has Set assignee and Set priority as actions, these count as two actions towards your plan’s limit.
@Phil_Seeman , @Bastien_Siebman , FYI, I noticed that the Rule builder in ‘Starter’ (legacy Premium) does not include the ‘External actions’ list. I was fairly certain that iDO and Flowsana actions (as well as all other apps) were available for Premium, right?
@Marie , @Emily_Roman , could you please confirm whether this is indeed true or temporary?
The ‘create custom rule’ has been enabled for Starter spaces.
Note on the left, all the apps available.
Whoa. Well that’s not good, both from an end-user standpoint and speaking as the purveyor of Flowsana, one of those External Action apps! That really limits the feature expansion from Premium to Starter of including custom rules. There now needs to be a big asterisk* whenever stating that Starter now includes custom rules!
Nope. Only with Business and Enterprise. There are some external app actions available in Premium, but only those specific apps listed in that left-hand panel, and only some limited actions.
@Marie this actions limit seems extremely low. I have some very basic rules, like moving tasks in ‘My Tasks’ to a section based on due date. If we are limited to 250 actions per month for that rule, we are looking at an average of 11.6 actions per day. This will be burned through in a week and will make in impractical you use by Tasks as everything will be poorly organized. Small teams with people that have a lot of basic tasks that need to be scheduled would be forced into buying the upper tier just to manage basic daily personal workload. I think this needs to be 10x’d at a minimum.