Could you please try all the troubleshooting steps listed below and let me know if any of these resolve the issue?
If this does not resolve the issue, I’d suggest reaching out to our Support team with a screencast as they have access to additional tools that we don’t have here on the Community team to be able to look into this further for you.
Restore Chrome to the an older version or uninstall chrome and setup an older version of chrome, this has solved the issue but I am worried still the problem need to be resolved from team Asana as we need latest version chrome for other compatibility issues.
I temporarily installed the Mac Asana to try out since the web app was down on July 30th. But I see that Asana makes it hijack your browser without ever asking you if you want this behavior. Then even when you uninstall the Asana Mac app, it still hijacks your browser…
This isn’t some typical browser compatibility type bug. This is browser hijacking code that Asana adds with no consent when you install the Asana desktop app, then when you uninstall, it still remains.
Hi @Azam, if you’re still running into issues here, I’d suggest reaching out to our Support Team for further assistance as they have access to additional tools that we don’t have here on the Community team.