This step-by-step guide will teach you how to hide completed tasks in Asana, a work management platform created to help teams stay on track. Sometimes it's nice to see your completed tasks to get better visibility over your progress. But other times, it's more helpful just to see your incomplete tasks so you know what you need to focus on. Follow along through this workflow for more information!
2. Select the Asana project you'd like to work in
3. Click "All tasks"
"All tasks" is a setting that means both incomplete and complete tasks will be displayed within your project.
4. Click "Incomplete tasks". Once selected, your complete tasks will no longer be visible.