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Hi all, So I've been talking with renewals. Asked to speak with the Product Manager about this issue. This was the response. Really shocked..... this isn't how you develop and improve products. Hi ...

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Is there an update on this topic?  Our renewal is coming up shortly and I'm trying to decide if we will renew.  This is a problem. 

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Any update on this? Our renewal is coming up soon. Hope this is being addressed

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Well said Rob;  Couldn't agree more.   

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Agreed. This one item could be a cause of none renewal for our 40 license account.

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For us; we start a new project.   

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Yes, in general project level status sorting/grouping/manipulation would be very helpful.   Right now there is limited options for searching/filtering at the project level. 

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Something like this: https://asana.com/guide/help/projects/actions#gl-archive   Basically like a Task Disappears when completed. and to see them you have to use a filter to show all.  Same idea for...

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Yes; really need this feature ASAP.  It's a huge administrative burden on us. 

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Agreed 100%;  this is our biggest challenge here as well.  Really needs a true archive solution.