When using the @mentioning to refer to tasks, this works really well unless you have several tasks with the same name but under different sections.
Here’s the scenario
I have a project that is for running several events over a year.
These events are part of a programme so need to be in the same project.
Each event requires the same tasks to be performed but at different times and by different people and with other variations.
Each event is shown under it’s own section.
When I want to use @mention to discuss a particular task Asana helps me choose but only shows the project name not the section. So, as you can see from the screen shot if I have several tasks with the same name, under different sections but in the same project there is no way of distinguishing between them.
Any chance of adding the section info to the list that appears?