I went back and gave it another shot and here’s what I found. For larger and more complex projects, it’s really nice if you’re making a small change (e.g. a stage of the project gets extended for two days). All you have to do is stretch that portion out, go grab a sandwich, hit the gym, etc. and then when you come back almost everything is updated nicely. Especially if you have a lot of subtasks which aren’t shown on the your timeline, this can be a huge time saver, you just have to wait it out.
One other change request aside from the indicator would be a way to pause the connection from Flowsana to the project in Asana. I’m finding there are always a few small ‘manual’ changes that need to be made after Flowsana runs: I might need to do an adjustment for weekends, or holidays, or it seems to always miss a few milestones. I usually just want to tweak these a little, without impacting all the dependent tasks, so I’ll go in to Flowsana, remove the connection, go to Asana and make my adjustments, then go back into Flowsana, refresh all the data and reconnect the project. Not a huge deal, but a Pause/Active option might be nice.
Net though I think we’ll keep our subscription for now. Thanks!