Streamline work by using Asana Rules and attaching Confluence pages in Asana tasks.
Confluence is a documentation solution that allows you to create dynamic pages and collaborate with your stakeholders.
Teams can streamline work with Confluence + Asana by automatically creating Confluence pages in Asana and adding Confluence pages to Asana tasks. Rather than manually creating Confluence pages and linking those to relevant Asana tasks, teams can use Asana Rules to streamline how task collaborators work together in the same document.
For example, teams that are conducting research interviews in Asana tasks can automatically create a Confluence page to take notes when the task moves to the "Interview scheduled" section. Teams can also link existing Confluence pages to an Asana task so that collaborators can see relevant context from the page.
This integration is for Confluence Cloud only. Asana does not currently support Confluence Server or Data Center (i.e. self-hosted versions).
Here’s how to attach a Confluence page to an Asana task:
Note: This integration is already built into Asana, but you need to sign up for an Confluence account to get started.
Here’s how to set up the Asana Rules integration with Confluence:
Looking for other Confluence + Asana solutions? Check out Confluence's partner-built integration here: Confluence + Asana
To learn more about using the Confluence + Asana integration, visit the Asana Guide.
If you have questions, feedback, or need support, contact the Asana Support team.
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