What this article covers:
- Best use cases for an Asana-GitHub integration
- What is synced between Asana and GitHub
- What is not synced
- Asana-GitHub sync customization options
Use Asana and GitHub together to improve your team's efficiency. Whether you need more information to get your workflows set up or you're just checking us out, this guide will show what we sync, how to get started, and how to solve common problems.
Best use cases
- Coordinate multiple repos and projects in Asana
- Maintain a high-level roadmap in Asana
- Submit and track requests in GitHub, directly from Asana
- Collaborate on projects between development and business teams
- Sync multiple repositories with one Asana project
- Sync GitHub milestones in Asana
What is synced?
A field you would like to sync is not listed? Contact us to find out if we already support it through a manual configuration.
What is not synced?
Is there a feature you'd really like? Let us know!
Here are all the available options for Asana and GitHub:
Add rules to filter by tag or label
Unito will sync all work items by default but you can customize your workflow by syncing just some of them (Visit our guide to filtering task).
Add rules to filter by issue type
You can filter which type of issues you want to be synced to Asana (Issue, Pull-Request, or both) (Visit our guide to filtering issues by type)
You can choose to sync only from Asana to GitHub or GitHub from Asana. Here is how it works.
Map your GitHub and Asana users
Sync closed items
Unito will automatically sync open items automatically. But here is how to also sync closed items prior to the flow creation.
Add GitHub issue number to task title
Unito doesn't sync the issue number in Asana by default but you can enable that in your flow settings under the Asana tab. Here is how to do it.
Learn how to set up your first flow.
Learn how to coordinate multiple projects in Asana.
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