Microsoft TeamsAsana Integration

Microsoft Teams + Asana

Connect your team’s conversations to actionable items in Asana.

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Make conversations actionable

Collaborate on Asana tasks and keep work connected—without having to leave Teams. Convert Teams conversations and meetings into Asana tasks.

Maximize visibility

See Asana tasks, projects, status updates, and Portfolios in Teams. With the Microsoft Teams + Asana integration, you can search for the information you need without leaving Teams. Share tasks and projects with stakeholders, which will unfurl to provide relevant details.

Stay informed about relevant updates in Asana

Receive important notifications in your own private My Tasks. Tailor your notification preferences per channel. Then, follow the progress of tasks in your Teams channels. Keep track of information you need in Asana while staying focused and connected in Teams.

Asana + Microsoft Teams integration for Teams Meetings

Capture action items during Meetings

Create, assign, and view tasks during a Teams Meeting without needing to switch to your browser.

Automate your processes by combining Rules and Microsoft Teams

Set up customizable processes and automatically trigger actions in Teams based on work happening in Asana. With Rules, you can automatically send a message to a Teams channel based on a trigger in Asana. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

How to connect Microsoft Teams + Asana

Here’s how to set up the integration:

  1. Make sure your Microsoft Teams admin has allowed the use and installation of apps.
  2. Open up Microsoft Teams; we recommend using the desktop app.
  3. Click on the Apps tab in your Teams left navigation bar
  4. Search for Asana.
  5. Click Add.
  6. The Asana bot will now show up in your chat. If you’d like, you can also pin the Asana app to your left navigation.
  7. The bot will prompt you to log in and verify your Asana workspace. Once you log in, you’re all set to use the integration.

As a meeting organizer, you can also add the Asana tab to any Teams Meeting. This allows all attendees to create tasks in-meeting. To do so:

  1. Navigate to a Chat or Meeting, and click the + icon in the top menu bar.
  2. Search for Asana.
  3. Click Add.
  4. You will be prompted to log in and verify your Asana workspace.
  5. Once you log in, you’re all set to use the integration. Any meeting attendees will be able to log in to Asana in the meeting and use the integration to create tasks.

Learn more and get support

To learn more about using the Microsoft Teams + Asana integration, visit the Asana Help Center or check out our Asana Academy online course.

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 Microsoft Teams + Asana integration?

What parts of Microsoft Teams does this integration work with?
The Microsoft Teams + Asana integration works with Chat and Meetings. You can use either, or both.
Will this work if my organization has multiple Asana accounts?
Yes, even within a Team, users can link different Asana workspaces. Users can even switch between workspaces if they have access to more than one.
What can I do with the Microsoft Teams + Asana integration?
With the Microsoft Teams + Asana integration, you can easily connect your team’s conversations to tasks in Asana. From directly within Microsoft Teams, you can:
  • Turn conversations into Asana tasks
  • Share Asana tasks, projects, Portfolios, and status updates
  • Search for Asana tasks, projects, and Portfolios
  • Receive Teams notifications directly in your Asana My Tasks
  • Create, assign, and view tasks from within a Teams Meeting
Why can’t I find Asana in my Microsoft Teams app?
If you are unable to find Asana in the Microsoft Teams Apps tab, please contact your admin and ask them to approve the Microsoft Teams + Asana integration.
How can I use Rules and Microsoft Teams?
To set up Rules with Microsoft Teams, 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 Teams, like posting a message to a specific Teams channel. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

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