Unito supports custom field syncing for certain plans. Here's how it works.
Custom field support
Some apps such as Wrike, Asana and Jira let you create extra fields on work items. Unito fully supports those custom fields. You can include them in your flow — like creating a "Sprint end date" field in Trello to sync with Jira — or use them to create rules.
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How to sync custom fields with Unito
To sync a custom field with Unito, you just need to map it just like you would with other fields.
Here's an example of how that's done, mapping a custom "Time estimate" field in Asana with the "Original estimate" field in Jira.
Unito has automatically mapped most of the fields used in these projects already, but hasn't mapped the custom field from Asana.
To do that, just click on +Add mapping.
Then, use the Select a field dropdown on the Asana side to find your custom field.
And do that again on the Jira side to find the Original Estimate field.
Now that these fields are mapped to each other, data from Jira will automatically sync to your custom field in Asana.
Note that for some tools — like Trello — there are a few extra steps needed to enable custom fields in the tool itself before you can sync them with Unito.