New Feature: New Field Mapping UI
It's finally here! The drag-and-drop UI of old is gone, and it's been replaced by something we believe is much more readable and significantly easier to use. Introducing Field Mapping 2.0!
With this system, your fields map exactly where they look like they should, and there's a big arrow to tell you so! If you have multiple lists in Trello feeding into a single Asana State, for instance, it's now much more clear where the lists will be going - just look for the arrow! Changing around and manipulating which Lists point where is a snap, too.
New Feature: Rich Text Description Formatting in Asana and Trello
Finally, Rich Text formatting has come to Asana and Trello! This means that your italicizing, bolding, underlining (and all three together) dreams can finally come true!
- Oh yes, and bullet lists, too :D
This means that you can now properly sync formatting not only between Asana and Trello, but also any of our other connections that already support RTF (like GitHub and JIRA).
It's worth noting that currently, we only support Rich Text for task/card descriptions - support for Rich Text in comments will be coming in the near future. Keep your eyes open for it!
New Feature: Two workflows for Asana Syncs
If you look closely at the gif at the beginning of the article, you might see something new - a new workflow option for Asana!
We now support mapping Asana Sections better than we ever have better, but we recognize that some users don't actually want to map their sections to external programs, and would just like a basic 'complete/incomplete' workflow, just like it used to be. Now, the choice is yours!
As you can see, we now have two options, rather than one, when choosing to map states from Asana. Basic, and Columns/Sections. Basic functions exactly like it used to - 'incomplete' and 'complete' are the options, and you can map whatever you'd like to those states. the new State - Columns/Sections workflow is shown off in that first gif - it reads all of your Asana Sections, and maps them to corresponding lists in your other project. We do a reasonable job of setting this up automatically, but it's always worth double-checking yourself and making sure everything is synced up to the intended place.
For this release, we made a number of bug fixes and changes to the backend of Unito, and not very many to the front - you likely won't see very many differences in day-to-day use, but now we've gotten a number of bugs out of the way internally that will allow us to focus on our next round of much-requested features:
- Syncing individual apps with themselves (e.g., a Trello board to another Trello board)
- Multi-sync, allowing anything to sync with anything, as many times as you want!
Stay tuned - we're looking forward to some big new feature releases very soon