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PomoDone + Asana

Apply the Pomodoro Technique™ to your Asana projects to boost your productivity and get detailed reports to measure time spent on them.

What is PomoDone?

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. This technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks.

The PomoDone app allows you access all your Asana tasks in your desktop, web, or mobile app, and then choose the countdown timer: classical Pomodoro 25 minutes, or a custom one, so you can focus on what you have to do.

Choose a task then switch to another task if you’re done before the timer is over. Once you mark task as done in the PomoDone app, and it is synced back with Asana immediately. You can also ban time-killing websites, and review your Time Log in your profile and in the app.

Why connect PomoDone and Asana?

The PomoDone app helps individuals and teams boost their productivity by applying scientifically proven timeboxing/Pomodoro technique methodology on top of the existing Asana project management environment.

How to connect PomoDone and Asana

  1. Login to your PomoDone App account. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up for one for free. If you are not our Ultimate Plan user, visit asana-trial to get 2 weeks free trial.
  2. Connect your existing Asana account by clicking the Asana button in the connect integration list. Then select the Asana projects you’d like to get synced to PomoDone App.
  3. Open your desktop or web app, sync it, and see all your projects and tasks. Choose the project or task you’d like to work on, and start the timer.
  4. If you’d like to block distracting websites, install and configure PomoDone App Chrome Extension and configure the domains blacklist in its options.
  5. Enjoy our special offer: 10% off for new Asana and PomoDone users.

This app integration is built by a third-party developer. Asana does not warrant, endorse, guarantee, or assume responsibility for this integration. Contact the app developer for details and support.

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