How to know the project name of a task

When I Open "My Works" I Find Tasks With The Project Name Below, But It Shows The Immediate Project Of The Task Only. S Ince I Work In Large Projects With Smaller Projects Within It. I Would Like To Know If There Is A Way to know the name of the Parent project when I open "My Works".

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Stephen

Hi Balasubramaniam, I think I fully understand your question, but please correct me if I've got it wrong 😇

When you're looking at a task, the tag at the top will show what Folder the task lives in. If you hover over this tag it will give you the full root details of this Folder. See below example:

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Hi Stephen,

Thank you for the help. But is this the only way we can see the full root details or is there any other way by which I can know the root Project without hovering over? 

 

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@Balasubramaniam Stepping in quickly for Stephen here. That's the way to see a full breakdown of Projects a task is in. If you want I can move this to the Product Feedback section though? That way others can upvote it and it's easier to get information to the Product Team. 

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I had this question too, but hovering the mouse pointer over the label let me find the project.

I wish I could click somewhere to go direct to the project. When I was hovering the mouse over the label the hierarchy was so long that I had do do it a few times to completely get the full path. :-)

Cheers,

Ellery

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