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6 ways to automate Asana

Asana has been a popular project management tool for a while now—helping teams large and small keep track of their projects and organize their work lives. Keeping Asana organized and up-to-date, though, can easily become a full-time job.

Automation can help relieve some of this stress. While Asana has some great native automation tools, their integration tools may not do everything you need. Zapier helps fill that void—making it easy to set up automated workflows with Asana that play nicely (and productively) with the rest of your tools.

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Keep your team in the loop on tasks

When it comes to getting big projects done, it’s important to keep everyone on the same page. Asana lets users comment and tag team members, but it’s easy to miss those notifications—particularly if your team communicates mostly in Slack or over email.

With these Zaps, you can easily keep your team up-to-date on everything happening in Asana. So, if an important task gets completed or a new project is started, everyone is on the same page.

Connect Asana to your calendar

For better and for worse, calendars run our lives. To make sure you have time to get important work done, it can be helpful to block time in your calendar for working on specific tasks, not just for meetings. 

If you like to block time on your calendar to tackle tasks, you can use these Zaps to automatically create calendar events for Asana tasks with a due date assigned to them.

You can also use Zapier to create tasks from new events on your calendar. So next time someone books a meeting with you, you can use automation to add it directly into Asana. 

Turn form responses into tasks

When you get a response from an online form—whether it’s a survey respondent, new lead, or job applicant—you usually want to take some kind of action afterward. But it can be difficult to know when someone actually responds to your form. Without some kind of notification in place, you’ll be stuck manually checking for responses multiple times a day if you want to follow up in a timely manner.

With the Zaps below, you can turn form responses into tasks in Asana, putting that follow-up action right into your normal workflow.

Create tasks from emails or messages

When communicating in email or Slack, it’s all too easy for to-dos to get lost in the shuffle. Forgot to add a task immediately after someone asks you, and you might forget about it altogether.

Do yourself a favor and create a task in Asana from an email or Slack message automatically with one of these Zaps. Your future self will thank you.

Add Asana tasks to your other task apps

Just because you use Asana doesn’t mean you have to use it exclusively. Maybe you like to use Asana for team projects and Todoist for personal tasks. Or, maybe one team at work prefers Asana while your team actually prefers Trello. Either way, if you’re using more than one task app, Zapier lets you pass information to and from Asana from whichever tool you’d like.

You might even like to use Google Sheets as your to-do list or simply use it to back up data. If you do, there are Zaps for that kind of thing as well.

Connect Asana to almost any app

While we outlined some of the most popular ways you can use Zapier to automate Asana, there are so many more things you can do. Zapier support thousands of apps, so you can connect Asana with all of your tools—taking the project management work out of your favorite project management tool.

But if you use an app that doesn’t have a Zapier integration, you’re not out of luck. You can use a webhook in a Zap to connect your app to Asana. Use this Zap to get started.

Make Asana work smarter with Zapier

Automation with Zapier can help save you loads of time doing manual tasks in Asana, freeing you up to do the work that matters instead of creating tasks and notifying team members.

And this is only the beginning of what you can do with Asana and Zapier. Zapier supports thousands of apps so you can automate almost any task at work. Start building your Zap now and see what you can create.

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