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JWM Equivalent for Asana My Tasks

My company is switching from Asana to Jira, and my team will be on Jira Work Management. I tend to be the team's go-to for Asana questions and strategies and am honestly not enthused about this Jira transition as a project manager and creative. 

Currently, Inbox and My Tasks are my home bases. That's how I know what to do and when to do it. I'm curious what people are doing to make up for the lack of something like My Tasks in JWM. I want to be able to see the tasks I'm assigned on projects, but also have tasks only I can see (goals, growth plan tasks, expenses to-dos etc.) 

Adding that Jira lets you view your personal, built-in project in a calendar and board in addition to the list. 

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Trudy Claspill
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Sep 28, 2023

Hello @Taylor Jade Powell 

I am not an Asana user.

Speaking as a Jira user, you could have a project to which only you have access where you would create the issues/tasks that only you should be able to see. 

You could create a saved filter/query that pulls the list of issues assigned to you and the issues from your private project.

Without additional products (i.e. Jira Software or third party apps) or the Premium plan you can't combine the information from multiple Work Management projects into a single calendar or board.

You could ask your administrators to implement Issue Level Security which would provide a method to have your personal tasks in the same project as your team task, while making those tasks not visible to other members of the project.

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