New Project Templates Migration
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- New Project Templates announcement
- Original Legacy Project Templates will be accessible
- Features not included in New Project Templates
- Learn more about New Project Templates
New Project Templates announcement
Starting April 11th, when you land on any project or team, you will see this message announcing New Project Templates. Click on Try now to update to the latest version.
Owners and creators of Legacy Project Templates will see the following message.
With this message you can:
- Click on Update to update to New Project Templates
- Click on Not now if you wish to continue using Legacy Project Templates until the migration is complete
If you click on Not now, you can still update to New Project Templates later on via the banner that appears on the project.
When the migration is complete, the Legacy Project Template will be archived.
Legacy Project Templates that were favorited will be replaced in the sidebar for New Project Templates.
Original Legacy Project Templates will be accessible
Project Templates created by the migration will have a reference to the source project, allowing users to not lose any data.
Features not included in New Project Templates
New Project Templates tasks will not have absolute dates. They will only have relative dates to an anchor date, which can be the date the project begins or ends.
In Legacy Project Templates, the template access to use or edit it was the same as the project membership. With New Project Templates, you can set the privacy for members to “Can edit,” where members will be able to add, edit or delete anything in the template or “Can use,” where members can use the template but can’t edit it.
If you are using Asana’s API to duplicate templates, you will need to use the New Project Templates endpoints.
Learn more about New Project Templates
To learn more about New Project Templates, see this article.