Seamlessly record and embed Vimeo videos right in Asana to increase team engagement and collaboration.
Vimeo is an all-in-one video software solution. The platform enables any professional, team, and organization to unlock the power of video to create, collaborate, and communicate.
Text may get the point across, but written words lack tone, emotion, and expression. With video messaging in Asana, powered by Vimeo, you can give your team all the context they need, without having to schedule another meeting. Record short video messages of yourself, your screen—or both—then embed the videos in tasks, projects, messages, and comments to provide additional clarity and context. A transcript of the recording is automatically created by Asana, making it readable and searchable. Give feedback, ask questions, and assign tasks—all without leaving Asana.
With video messaging in Asana, you can:
With embedding videos in Asana, you can:
Here’s how to set up the feature:
For video messaging in Asana:
Open the task where you want to record a video message
Click the “Description” or “Comment” section
Then select the “Record a video” icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the toolbar
From the recording configuration window, select an option: record your screen, yourself, or both
Once you have chosen your recording option, click “Start recording”
Once you’ve finished recording, select “Add video” to save your video in the Description or Comment section of the task (for Comments and Messages, you’ll be able to add additional text to describe the video in draft mode, or just send the video on its own).
Note: videos are viewable to anyone with the link. To delete a video or change a video's privacy settings, log into Vimeo and adjust it from the Vimeo video library
Once the video is added, Asana will automatically create and upload a transcript of the recording
For embedding videos in Asana:
Note: at this time, you cannot record video messages or receive transcripts of recordings from Project Brief.
To learn more about using the Vimeo + Asana features, visit the Asana Guide.
If you have questions, feedback, or need support, contact the Asana Support team.
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