Workspace Members & Limited Access Members

There are two types of people in a Workspace: Workspace Members and Limited Access Members. Workspace Members have full access to your Workspace, while Limited Access Members can only access to the projectsprojectsProjects are lists of tasks.Read more, taskstasksTasks are the basic unit of work in Asana. Tasks can represent any kind of work, break down work into smaller pieces, or store information.Read more, and conversationsconversationsConversations are how users communicate in Asana. Start a conversation on any project or team page.Read more explicitly shared with them.

View Workspace Members and Limited Access Members

As a Workspace Member, you can go to the Admin Console to:

  • Invite other Members and Limited Access Members
  • Cancel invitations
  • Convert Members to Limited Access Members, or vice versa
  • Remove Members and Limited Access Members

access workspace members list

Access Members through the Admin Console

  1. Click your profile photo and select Admin Console from the dropdown menu
  2. Navigate to the Members tab

Here you will also see the number of Workspace Members and Limited Access Members in your Workspace at the top of the menu. Upgrade your Workspace to add more people once you reach your limit.

Invite People

From the Member's tab of your Admin Console

You can invite people to your Workspace from the Member's tab of your Admin Console

invite People to team

To invite from the Admin Console:

  1. Navigate to the Members tab
  2. Click on the Invite members button
  3. Enter the person's email address
  4. You can choose a project from the drop-down menu
  5. Click the Send button

You can choose to make this person a Limited Access Member by clicking the 3 dot icon across from the member’s name in the Member’s frame in the asana Admin

From a project

You can also invite people from a project.

invite from project

To invite from a project:

  1. Select the project you'd like to invite someone to from the sidebar or Search bar
  2. Click into the member's icon to open a Share project window
  3. Invite teammates by adding project members by email or name

You'll be alerted when you're inviting someone to the project that's not yet part of your Workspace.

Cancel invitations

cancel workspace invite

To cancel an invitation from the Admin Console:

  1. Navigate to the Members tab on asana Admin
  2. From here find the user whose invitation you wish to cancel
  3. Click on the 3 dot icon
  4. You will see an option to Cancel invitation click on it to cancel

The person whose invitation you cancel will still have their invitation email, but following the link will not lead them to your Workspace or project. Instead, they'll see the "Sorry, you don't have access" error message.

Convert Members and Limited Access Members

You can convert any Member into a Limited Access Member to limit their access, or convert any Limited Access Member into a Member to give them access to all Public ProjectsPublic ProjectsPublic Projects are visible to all Team and project members.Read more in your Workspace.

member guest convert

To convert a Member into a Limited Access Member, or vice versa:

  1. Navigate to the Members tab on asana Admin
  2. Click on the 3 dot icon to the right of the person's name and click Member (or Limited Access Member) to toggle between the two.

This option is only available on the team or Workspace level. In OrganizationsOrganizationsOrganizations connect everyone in a company using Asana based on a shared email domain.Read more, the Member/Guest distinction is automatically identified by the person's email address.

Remove Members and Limited Access Members

Remove Members or Limited Access Members from your Workspace if you no longer want them accessing the Workspace's projects and tasks.

remove from workspace

To remove people from your Workspace:

  1. From the Members tab click on the 3 dot icon across from the members name
  2. Click Remove

When someone is removed from your Workspace, the taskstasksTasks are the basic unit of work in Asana. Tasks can represent any kind of work, break down work into smaller pieces, or store information.Read more, projectsprojectsProjects are lists of tasks.Read more, conversationsconversationsConversations are how users communicate in Asana. Start a conversation on any project or team page.Read more, attachmentsattachmentsA file that is attached to a task or conversation.Read more and commentscommentsComment on a task or conversation to offer help, answer questions, and help move work forward.Read more the person created will remain intact, but their assigned tasks will be left unassigned.

To ensure no tasks go unaccounted for, it is a good idea to go into the person's My Tasks and reassignreassignThe person responsible for the task or subtask. Asana allows one assignee per task or subtask.Read more their tasks before removing them.

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