GitLab + Asana Integration

Learn more about Unito's Asana-GitHub integration, including what fields are synced between the two tools and your customization options.

In this article:

Use Asana and GitLab together to improve your team's efficiency. Whether you need more information to get your workflow 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.

Watch this Asana GitLab integration in action

Which fields does Unito sync between Asana and GitLab?


↔️ : 2-way sync

→: 1-way only


↔️  Title

↔️  Description

↔️  Comments

↔️  Labels
Due Date

↔️  Due Date

↔️  State

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Link to Issue
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 ←  Author
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Issue Number
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Created By

→  Description Footer
Link to Task Description

Want to see your Unito flows without ever leaving Asana? Check out the Flow Preview App for Asana.

What isn't synced in this integration?

Is there a feature you'd really like? Let us know!

Customization options for Unito's Asana GitLab integration

Here are all the available options for Asana and GitLab users:

Sync closed items

Unito will automatically sync open items automatically, but here is how you can sync closed items.

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  by tag or label.

Add rules to filter by issue type 

You can filter GitLab issues by type in a flow  synced to Asana (Issue, Pull-Request, or both).

One-way syncing

You can choose to sync only from Asana to GitLab or GitLab from Asana. Here is how it works by changing flow direction.

Map your GitLab and Asana users

Here is a complete article on how to sync teammates.