I’ve just published the article linked above to Medium (free access).
I hope both existing Asana users grappling with My Tasks version 2 (currently being deployed), as well as new users to Asana, will check it out because it was written with all of you in mind.
This comprehensive article on My Tasks:
- Outlines a simple but highly functional My Tasks setup with brief, step-by-step setup and use instructions,
- Explores an advanced My Tasks approach–the one I actually use–that I feel is unique yet has wide applicability, and
- Offers a survey of other “best of” My Tasks approaches. If the previous two examples aren’t your cup of tea, surely something here will be to your liking.
There’s more along the way, including a generous helping of tips and best practices.
In summary, the article will give you a quick, simple playbook, along with advanced and alternate approaches, to restore the lost functionality (automatic task promotion) you’ve been used to (or, for newer users, that you’ll want to add) and leverage the new customizations available.
Please also find all my other Asana-related articles (many with embedded YouTube videos/screencasts), at:
PPS Here’s a preview of the advanced approach discussed: