How to enable and use the Asana integration


Like other integrations, you need to be an admin in order to enable the Asana integration.

The Asana integration allows you to create an Asana task/subtask from Front or attach a Front conversation to an existing Asana task/subtask.

Step 1

Go into your Settings and select API & Integrations. Click on Asana.

Step 2

Select Settings, and turn the toggle on to enable Asana. 

Step 3

If you'd like to reopen conversations after an Asana task has been closed, the click the Sign in to Asana button.

Step 4

Click Save to finish enabling the Asana integration.

Step 5

Now, go back into your mailbox view. Next to your subject is a +tag button. Click that, and select Add to Asana.

Step 6

The first time you use Add to Asana, you will be required to sign in to Asana from Front using your Asana credentials. 

Step 7

After that, complete the detail fields to create a new task or subtask. When you're done, click Create task/subtask.

 

Step 8

Your task is now posted. You will see a tag to the right of the subject line of your email. You can click on that to see the task in Asana.

Step 1

Toggle to Attach to task/subtask.

Step 2

Select the Project or Task you want to search in.

Step 3

In search, type the name of the existing task/subtask you want to attach the conversation too. By default, we won't search for completed tasks, but you can always click the 'Include completed tasks' box to include that them in your search.

 

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