Hi, and yes I tried to understand even my first contact with the today section of the new “My tasks” screen made me think of running and abandoning the whole thing (see below)
So I resolved to read that long and very interesting article:
I understood better the intention of Asana programmers though I realized the mechanism is half baked, and not ready to be used. Normally something not ready to be used is not imposed to the customers apart when the intention is to use them as beta testers.
I will personally try to recover my old “My Tasks” I worked with for five years, but I am deeply concerned for adoption by potential new users… I work for a big company and my team is thinking about moving to Asana. I have today a Zoom session with some of my colleagues to get them started with Asana. For a start they will may be have a different My Tasks screen than mine, great to explain things… I will try to hide them this confusion the most I can because seriously, I am not exaggerating, if I show them that article, they will just run…