People who are on a project are allowed to leave it. This is allowed even if you’re the sole admin on a project. If a Project Admin leaves, would there now be no one who can administer the project and be lost forever?
Overall, my concern is how can the company not lose its data? There should be some way for me, the owner of our corporate Asana account, to make sure our projects can’t just disappear from our account.
If it’s visible for others to join they’ll see this:
If you run into an issue, you can contact Support to help you regain access.
Hope that helps,
Thanks for answering
What if it’s not visible for others to join?
Then you’d have to contact support.
Thanks for answering my questions
@lpb . I have a couple of follow up questions:
If an employee were to leave a project that he/she is the sole admin & member, possibly before leaving the company, how would I become aware that this occurred?
What happens when we remove someone from our company account? Do any projects they were the sole person on just disappear?
Please have a look at my Forum Leader Tip:
Before you remove a user from your organization it’s good to take several steps to avoid possibly losing some item access (which could require Asana Support to restore).
I couldn’t find this information in one place, and since it’s hard to remember when only periodically needed, I decided to create this as a reference.
Before removing the user, consider carrying out these steps for any items you care about:
Note: These steps are easiest to carry out if you log in with the credentials of the…
which should answer a couple things, but otherwise I think you’ll have to ask Support.