Jira ServerAsana Integration

Jira Server + Asana

Connect technical and business teams to boost cross-functional visibility.

Boost cross-functional visibility

The Jira Server + Asana integration makes it easy to create connected workflows between your technical and business teams. Increase real-time visibility into your product development process, without creating extra work.

Increase team efficiency

Reduce the time spent manually updating and double-checking project data across tools. Coordinate and track the progress of development work, no matter what tool it’s in.

Seamlessly hand off work

With the Jira Server + Asana integration, you can quickly create Jira issues in Asana so that work passes seamlessly between business and technical teams at the right time. 

Automate organizational processes by combining Rules and Jira Server

Create new issues in Jira Server based on triggers in Asana. Reduce manual work and increase operational efficiency across your product and business teams. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

Connect Jira Server to Asana

This integration is available to all paid Asana customers who also have a Jira Server account. You will need Administrator level access in Jira and an Asana Premium account to complete the install.

Here’s how to set up the Jira Server + Asana integration:

  1. Navigate to the Jira App Marketplace and search for the Asana for Jira Server plug-in.
  2. Install the plug-in. Then select Connect to Asana and authorize Asana. Wait for the app to display confirmation of successful authorization. The integration will not work until this step is complete.
  3. Sign in to your Asana account and go to the project where you want to enable the Jira Server + Asana integration.
  4. Click on Customize in the upper right-hand corner.
  5. Scroll down to the Apps section, then select +Add app.
  6. Select Jira Server.
  7. You can now use the Jira Server field in project tasks to link new or existing issues.

For further instructions and set up support for the Jira Server integration, visit the Asana Guide.

Collaborate effortlessly with Asana

From the small stuff to the big picture, Asana organizes work so teams know what to do, why it matters, and how to get it done. It’s free to get started, simple to use, and powerful enough to run your entire business. Learn more about Asana today.

Have more questions about the Jira Server + Asana integration?

How is the Jira Server + Asana integration different from Jira Cloud?

As the name implies, Jira Cloud is a different implementation option from Atlassian that involves hosting Jira in the cloud instead of hosting it on your organization's servers. We suggest checking with your IT team if you're unsure which applies to you. Learn more about the Jira Cloud + Asana integration.

Does Asana store data from my Server instance?

No. Asana needs your credentials to access any stored information. If for whatever reason you revoke authentication, Asana will immediately lose access to those links.

What can I do with the Jira Server + Asana integration?

With the Jira Server + Asana integration, you can easily create or link Jira issues from Asana tasks.

Why isn’t the Jira Server integration showing up in Asana?

To enable the Jira Server + Asana integration, make sure you’ve added Jira Server to the project you’re in. Click on Customize in the upper right-hand corner. Then, select +Add app and Jira Server. You should now be able to create or link Jira Server issues from Asana tasks.

How can I use Rules and Jira Server?

To set up Rules with Jira Server, start by creating a new Rule. Select a trigger based on an Asana action, like completing a task. Then, select an action to occur in Jira Server, like creating a new issue. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

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