DropboxAsana Integration

Dropbox + Asana

Dropbox and Asana allow you to seamlessly collaborate on tasks and files—keeping your team accountable and efficient.

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What is Dropbox?

Dropbox is secure cloud storage that allows you to break free from your storage and file size limits. Store all your content in a single, safe place and easily share files with anyone.

Why Dropbox + Asana?

Teams can track any kind of work with Asana, and with Dropbox, they’ll have all the relevant information and files right alongside their work. Asana's integration with Dropbox allows you to attach a file from Dropbox to any task in Asana in just a few clicks. When updates are made to files, they will automatically be updated in the task.

  • Track all your work in one place. Attach files relevant to the tasks you’re tracking in Asana so you have all the information you need to get your work done.

  • One click access. In one click you can access your entire library of Dropbox files, allowing you to browse and choose the file you want to attach to your Asana task.

  • Automatic updates. Keep version control under control — once a file is updated in Dropbox, it will automatically update in the Asana task.

Connect Dropbox with Asana

Here's how to set up the integration:

  1. This integration is already built into Asana, but you need to sign up for a Dropbox account first.
  2. Link a file to a task by clicking the Attachments (paper clip) icon at the top of task pane.
  3. Select "Dropbox"
  4. Select a file from your files stored in Dropbox
  5. Attached Dropbox files will appear along with other files beneath the description in the task pane.

Learn More & Get Support

To learn more about using the Dropbox + Asana integration, check out the Asana blog post

If you have questions, feedback, or need support, contact the Asana support team.

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