SlackAsana Integration

Slack + Asana

Turn ideas, work requests, and action items from Slack into trackable tasks and comments in Asana.

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What is Slack?

Slack is a messaging app for business that connects people to the information they need. By bringing people together to work as one unified team, Slack transforms the way organizations communicate. 

Why Slack + Asana?

With Slack + Asana, teams can turn Slack conversations and ideas into tasks and projects in Asana. Go from quick questions and action items to tasks with assignees and due dates.

Ways to use the Slack + Asana integration

Easily capture work so requests and to-dos don’t get lost in Slack. Turn any Slack message into an actionable Asana task with just a few clicks.

With the Slack + Asana integration, you can:

  • Create a new task, assign it to yourself or a teammate, and add it to an existing project
  • See Asana data like tasks, milestones, projects, portfolios, and more
  • Comment on a task
  • Mark a task complete
  • List all tasks in your workspace or organization
  • Receive updates on task creation, completion, or comments

Automate your processes by combining Rules and Slack

Reduce manual work by using Rules with Asana for Slack. With Rules, you can automatically send a message to a Slack channel or individual teammate based on a trigger in Asana. Rules make it easy to set up customizable processes and increase team agility. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

Asana + Slack

How to connect Slack + Asana

Here’s how to set up the integration:

  1. Sign up for a Slack account and an Asana account to get started.
  2. Visit Slack for instructions to authenticate your account.
  3. To start using the integration, type “/asana” in Slack to list, create, complete, or comment on tasks. You can also link Slack channels to Asana projects to receive updates when a task is created or completed.

Learn more and get support

To learn more about using the Slack + Asana integration, visit the Asana Guide.

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

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 Asana for Slack integration?

Can anyone download the Asana for Slack integration?
Yes, any Slack user, including Slack Enterprise Grid customers, can use the Asana for Slack integration. To get started, simply sign up for an Asana account.
I received a message that I’m not authorized to install Asana. Now what?
If you received an error message, please contact your admin and ask them to approve the Asana for Slack integration in your Workspace.
How do I use the Asana for Slack integration?
From Slack, type /asana to view a list of commands and actions you can take in Slack.
What can I do with the Asana for Slack integration?
With the Asana for Slack integration, you can:
  • Create a new task
  • See Asana data like tasks, Milestones, projects, and Portfolios as unfurls in Slack
  • Comment on a task
  • Complete a task
  • View all tasks in your Workspace or Organization
How can I turn a Slack message into an Asana task?
From Slack, click the three dot icon next to a Slack message. Then, select “Create a task” from the menu options.
How do I turn off Asana notifications in Slack?
To manage your personal notifications, type /asana settings.
Where can I learn more about the Asana for Slack integration?
Learn more about the Asana for Slack integration on our guide.
Does Asana's Slack integration support Slack's Enterprise Grid?
Yes, organizations on a Slack Enterprise Grid plan will be able to use the Asana for Slack integration in their various workspaces.
How can I use Rules and Slack?
To set up Rules with Slack, 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 Slack, like posting a message to a specific Slack channel. Learn more about Rules in Asana.

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