The forms feature in Asana gives you a simple way to submit new tasks into a project. So why do you need them? Forms are great for helping to establish a process and create tasks with all the information you need. They're useful for things like design requests, bug tracking, submitting ideas, client onboarding and support tickets.
However, some limitations are that you can only have one form per project. And you can't create subtasks on the task that gets generated. But if you use third-party tools like Zapier, you can auto-create a checklist of tasks and submit different forms from tools like Jotform (affiliate link) or Google Forms into your projects. This is something I show how to do in my Master Asana program.
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