Assign a colour to a space or project, so that when you have a list view with mulitiple projects you can see at a glance which it is from
I would LOVE this option too! It REALLY helps sort between teammates (assigning projects based on teammate colour). Example posted below from Asana. However, the project names are our client names and then they are colour coded based on what developer is working on that project.
I really want this too, but even more so for calendar view. When I view project tasks in a calendar, I want the status colour to be a small square, not set the colour for the whole task. The task colour should reflect either the project or the assignee.
@Beata Szinyi: Yes, this would be great. I.e., an option to display the task as one solid block of colour that represents its project colour, and then a small box signifying what status it is in. That way you can visually identify project and status very quickly.
@Beata Szinyi: Yes! Exactly what I was going to request!
This is quite a fun workaround, but I'm adding emoji's to the project titles, so I can see where I am at. There is infinite possibility with emoji's, it's fun and more importantly it works as a powerful visual cue. Just keep my favourites with a key in Apple Notes on my desktop. Hope this helps some folks :)
Could you have adjustable setting to colour tasks?
For example, colour tasks by status, priority, list, etc.
It would also be good if you could choose which ones to colour and which ones to leave as default.
For example, colour all high priority tasks red but leave all the other priorities as the default colour.
@Gavin: This would be useful to make important tasks stand out.
100% agree. It would make things so much easier to follow.
Having lots of spaces, being able to colour code them will make specific ones easier to find in the bar up the top of the screen.
The colour should be inherited for all items that fall underneath that space or project, unless you manually change it. Importantly, this colour should be displayed in the calendar and list views.
I.e., tasks that are part of that project/space should be coloured the same as the project/space, unless manually changed. That way, when you look at a list or calendar, you can quickly tell what project something is from.
This is a much needed request from our team.
Agree! This would be very helpful!
I'm the project manager for my marketing team and each member works in a certain sub division within the team working on multiple projects. Would be very help to clearly see which projects belong to which sub divisions by their distinctive coloring. I've tried just color coding all the projects under their respected spaces the same color but can still get confusing without the "Project" headlines in a more visible color to stand apart from the status bars as well. Also the option to color differentiate projects that belong to a specific spaces in calendar view.
This would be a great enhancement to the UI/UX!