Google & Asana
Asana is recommended for work with G Suite and using both together is a great way to easily connect your work across different Google apps, and track it in Asana.
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Login to Asana using Google SSO.
Click Use Google Account from the login page.
Learn more about authentication for Premium and Enterprise Organizations.
Stay up to date by syncing your Asana tasks to your Google Calendar.
Click the project actions dropdown and select Sync to Calendar.
Easily attach your files from My Drive to your Asana tasks.
Click the paperclip icon from the right paneright pane The right pane holds the details of a task or Conversation. Read more and select Google Drive.
It’s also possible to attach files selected from Team Drives to tasks in Asana.
Create tasks in Asana directly from emails in Gmail.
From your My TasksMy Tasks All tasks assigned to an individual can be found in their My Tasks list. Read more or any projectproject Projects are lists of tasks. Read more , click the project actions dropdown and select Add Tasks via Email to find an email address you can use to create tasks via email.
Export your Portfolio to Google Sheets
Once you’ve created a Portfolio, you can export it to Google Sheets at any time.
To export a Portfolio to Google Sheets:
- Tap the three dot icon next to the Portfolio title
- Hover over Export and select Google Sheets
Automatically create tasks in Asana from Google Forms responses.
This integration requires a Goole Forms plug-in and is in conjunction with our Gmail integration.
Quickly and easily create tasks in Asana from any web page in Chrome.
With the Chrome extension installed, click the Asana icon near the top right corner of your Chrome window to create a task.
We are in the early stages of collaborating with Google on an integration with Hangouts Chat - the new intelligent messaging app built for teams in G Suite. Stay tuned to the Asana Blog.