Looking to connect Asana to your Unito workflows? Here's what you can expect from our integration.
Here are the fields you can currently sync with Asana, whether they can be used in two-way flows, as well as whether you can use them in rules or not.
Most fields can be synced both ways. This means changes in one tool will affect the other and vice-versa. You can also edit a flow (or a specific field mapping) so that changes only go from one tool to the other and not back.
|Status (Complete or Incomplete)||✔||✔|
|Task type (Milestone or Task)||✔||✔||✔|
|Link to task||✔|
Custom fields and other options
Our Asana integration supports a number of custom fields and other customization settings.
The custom fields supported by this integration are Single-Select dropdown, Multi-Select, Number, and Text fields. You can also build rules with the Single-Select dropdown field.
Asana subtasks can be synced with other tools that have subtasks, such as Jira or Trello.
When an Asana task is created to match a task in another tool — like a Trello card — you can determine which section of the Asana project it will be added to by default.
You can stream Asana attachments, meaning anyone with the link can view the files from other tools without logging into Asana.
Limitations and compatibility
We’re constantly looking to better support Asana’s growing list of features, fields, and use-cases. Here are a few common limitations you should be aware of:
You can’t use Asana portfolios as a block of work, but we can sync the contents of portfolios as individual blocks of work.
We don’t support syncing Project End Date, but we do support syncing Start Date.
Task approval states — Approve, Request Changes and Reject — are not mappable fields.
Task followers are not synced.
Unito is compatible with all tiers of Asana subscriptions, including free! Some functionality is limited to Asana’s higher tiers, such as syncing custom fields.
Your account needs to be a full member of your organization, not a guest. Then, make sure the account is part of the Asana team that owns the project you want to sync.
Default: Provides access to all endpoints documented in our API reference.