Assigning estimates to tasks
Estimates can be used to represent the effort (or time) required to complete a task. You don't need to specify a unit, it's just a number associated with a task. Screenful will read that number and use it as a measure throughout the dashboard.
There are two ways you can assign estimates such as story points for tasks. You can either insert them in the parenthesis as a prefix to the task name, or you can use custom fields.
Assigning estimates using a custom field
To set estimates using a custom field, first add a custom field to your Asana project. Notice that the field should be of type Number.
Next, assign a value to each of the tasks in your project. The default value is zero if no value is given.
Screenful will automatically import your custom fields and make them available in the Unit field in the chart settings.
Once you select a custom field as unit it will be used as a metric in the reports.
Assigning estimates as a prefix to the task name
If you don't want to use custom fields, an alternative way to set estimates is by inserting a number in the parenthesis as a prefix to the task name.
Means that the task is estimated to be size of 5. You can also use decimals e.g.
The default value is zero if no estimate is given.
Once you have estimates in place, you can choose to use estimates instead of task count as the Unit in the chart settings.