I was asked by a coworker to create one of her projects for her in Asana, as a favor because she was too busy to get it done. Our project template uses tasks as line items for all the products in a given job (we’re a millwork manufacturer), so a task may be titled “Coffee Bar” or “Checkstand” or “Customer Service”. We use subtasks to manage individual deliverables for each product. In our case, these deliverables are “preliminary draft”, “engineering”, “verification”, “release to shop”, etc.
So when I created this project for her, which has over 100 products, each of which has its own set of subtasks, I was automatically a collaborator for all the tasks. No problem, I just shift-clicked the whole list and clicked “unfollow” so that I wouldn’t get email notifications for her project. Here’s the problem: I’m also automatically a collaborator of every subtask, so I’m being notified every time there’s activity on those, so I’m getting emails by the ton for a project that isn’t mine. Is there a way to batch unfollow all the subtasks in a project? To go down the list and click unfollow for every subtask will take me ages.
Thanks in advance!