List View Redesign
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- New Header
- Field Headers
- Adding Custom Fields
- Sorting by Custom Field
- Summations on Sections
- Subtask Count
- Viewing a task's associated projects
We’ve made the Asana list view easier to get started and add fields to your project, giving it a more grid-like structure so it’s easy to scan what needs your attention, and added more information such as subtask count to the main view.
We’d greatly appreciate any feedback you have on the List View redesign.
From the header, you can:
The new field layout makes it easier to organize and categorize your work.
Click the drop-down arrow next to your Field Header to sort, move or hide the Field Header.
Adding Custom Fields
Adding a new custom field
Add custom fields directly to your project from your toolbar.
You can also add a custom field to your project by clicking th “+” icon in your project’s list view.
Toggle existing fields on and off
You can also toggle existing fields such as Assignee, Due Date, Tags or Project on or off through the Fields icon on your toolbar.
Sorting by Custom Field
From your project toolbar
Sort your project by custom field on your list view.
To sort your project by custom field:
- Click the sort icon in your project’s toolbar
- Select your custom field
Once you’ve selected your sort option, click the three-dot icon on your project toolbar and click “Save layout as default” to save your view.
Sort using the caret in your Field Header
You can also sort by custom field using the caret in your project header.
Summations on Sections
You can see summations on Sections for any Custom Field.
You can view up to 20 Field Headers on a project.
Subtask and Comment Count
The amount of subtasks and comments per task is now visible from list view:
- The amount of comments are indicated by the speech bubble icon.
- The amount of subtasks are indicated by the subtask icon.
Viewing a task’s associated projects
The new grid view contains a Field Header that you can hide or expose that shows any other projects that your tasks live in.
To show the project Field Header:
- Click the Fields icon in your project’s toolbar
- Click the “Projects” toggle icon
Once enabled, the projects Field Header will be visible from your project’s list view.