I’d be interested to know how/why you are able to apply sorting and still see the nested subtasks because for me, no amount of changes to the sorting allows for this to happen… It’s either nested subtasks with no sorting or I can apply custom sorting/filters and lose the nested subtasks!
It’s definitely not how this feature should work and is of no use in this current form.
Please!!! A great advance would be if new subtasks are assigned automatically to the parent project. My team and I are new to using Asana and we found it absolutely amazing except for that one feature. Do you have any expectations on when to add this?
Thank you Marie. How many votes does it need to be implemented? I see the request was made on may 2017 and here we are now, 3 years later, still discussing it. If it is a very popular
request why don’t you implement it?
This is a great feature! Unfortunately, it keeps the same previous cumbersome interaction, as I still need to click on each arrow to see all the sub-tasks. Would be great to have them expanded as default.
@Marie does the team have a way to run a metric to see how often projects are saved with a default view in which a sort or filter is applied? I’m curious how frequently you’ll find this change to not be visible or available because of this.
I’m running into situations where being able to see the subtasks from the project view would be very beneficial but don’t want to have to undue and filters/sorts to see them. I know @Phil_Seeman and @Jason_Woods mentioned this previous. I’m starting to see the light…
Yes, completely agree. Right now Workload really doesn’t show how busy I am because it doesn’t show all of the subtasks assigned to me. Someone asked me today, “When can you review this blog post”, and I tried to use Workload to figure this out, only to discover that since the vast majority of my tasks on these particular projects are subtasks (I’m an SME editor), it looks like I have nothing going on – which isn’t true at all.
PLEASE add a switch that allows to choose whether to include subtasks (with or without hours) into a Workload view.