Slack and many other platforms unfurl image lines from Droplr, CloudApp, and the like. It would be great if this would also happen inside of Asana tasks, specifically in two places: the Task Description and in the Comments.
This request is similar to this one here, but my request here uses the technical term of “unfurl”:
Slack and many other platforms unfurl image links from Droplr, CloudApp, and the like. It would be great if this would also happen inside of Asana tasks, specifically in two places: the Task Description and in Comments.
This request is similar to this one below, but my request here uses the technical term of “unfurl”:
It would be amazing if links dropped into comments would show up with a preview, like they do in Slack, and if they also appeared under the Files tab. We’re using links to google docs in task comments because the process for attaching google docs files is quite heavy going. It would be great if we could then access them from the Files tab later too.
I am excited to use the new Video Recording feature in tasks. I especially like how it creates a small preview video in the comments. Is there any way to do that with other Vimeo videos so that they show up the same way in the comments of a task in Asana?
I have a handful of screen recordings that I have uploaded to Vimeo that were created before this new feature was added to Asana and would like for them to be added to tasks and function the same way with the preview video window in the comments.
I’m new to Asana and am disappointed that links are not unfurling. This is a VERY HELPFUL feature for those of us who do a lot of research and information gathering for projects. I’ve set up a task in each project called “Research and Information Gathering.” I am posting links to relevant info on various websites in the comments. However, since the link doesn’t unfurl, I have to include a description of each link’s destination manually. That’s a lot more work. (I’m adding a lot of links.) It also increases the risk of team members wasting time opening links if the description they (or someone else) came up with is not clear when it’s needed in the future.
I’ve created a workaround. I created a special purpose channel in Slack (where the links unfurl) for each project. Then I pasted the link to that channel in the Research and Information Gathering task in Asana. It’s a bit of a pain, but easier than coming up with a clear description for every link manually, and makes retrieving the information (the most important part) A LOT easier.
I’m diggin’ Asana thus far and would REALLY APPRECIATE this feature being added.