I work in a web agency and oneof our main activities is to create websites for our clients.
To do this, we have structured a very full-bodied blueprint that encompasses all the phases, from the interview, to the briefing, to the graphic design up to development, testing and go live.
For each phase we use containers (tasks or folders) and inside we insert all the "standard" tasks with the activities we have to carry out.
Using blueprints is a great way for us to avoid recreating similar tasks for each project.
We now have a need, that is to be able to see the project divided by work department and we have 5 departments (PM, Graphics, Copy, Frontend Devs, Backend Devs).
Each department has a specific folder and currently I have set up an automation that, when a task is assigned to a person (who is part of a department), adds the task to that specific folder.
The folders of the 5 departments are within the same PROJECT where there are the tasks of the whole development.
Automation works, but for every website we launch I have to recreate the automation rules. I would like to create a rule that can apply to any site that we launch, and therefore the possibility of declaring a folder, which always has the same name, but relative to the project in which I am.
Do you have any advice on this?