Top Asana integrations
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- What are integrations?
- File sharing and creation
- Other top apps
Integrating Asana with other tools your team already uses can be an effective way of preventing work duplication and reclaiming time lost to context switching. Here are some top integrations that teams use daily in Asana:
What are integrations?
Integrations connect separate tools so information flows more freely between them so you can move seamlessly across tools, too. Asana integrates with dozens of tops tools and apps, which you can browse on our apps page. To help you get started, check out our most popular integrations below:
It’s easy to attach files from your computer to any Asana task (just drag and drop them into the task). In addition, you can attach files from your favorite file-sharing tools, so your team always has the latest version of a file—right there with the task that it’s related to.
The file-sharing integrations below are already built into Asana—you just have to grant Asana permission to access your account. To attach a file directly from any of these tools, just click the paperclip icon and select the tool you want to use.
Adobe Creative Cloud
For designers and creatives, referencing requirements and feedback usually means searching for files and jumping between apps. Instead of losing time and missing context, creatives can keep an Asana task open in Adobe Creative Cloud apps like Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator.
Gmail, Outlook, and other email hosts
If you’re obsessively managing your email inbox, having trouble moving your team away from email, or corresponding with anyone outside your organization (like a contractor, agency, or customers), you’ll love our email integrations for keeping conversations actionable.
If you use Gmail or Outlook, try the Asana for Gmail Add-on or Asana for Outlook app to turn emails directly into tasks, assign tasks to teammates, set due dates, and add the task to a project—without leaving your email inbox. It’s the easiest way to manage your inbox, by getting work out of it.
Stay on top of work, and keep conversations actionable with Slack and Asana. Get notified when a task is created, completed, or commented on, and take basic task actions—all directly from Slack.
Watch the How to Asana video below to learn how to use the integration in action.
Using Google Cloud with Asana is a great way to easily connect your work across different G Suite apps and track it in Asana.
- Log in with Google SSO or SAML—Use Google SSO or SAML* to log in to Asana.
- Sync to Google Calendar—Sync tasks from a project to your Google Calendar so you never miss a deadline.
- A direct link to Asana from Gmail—In your Gmail inbox, click the View Task button on Asana notification emails to jump directly to that task in Asana.
- Create reports with Google Sheets—In-depth reporting with a direct sync between your projects in Asana and Google Sheets.
- Pull responses from Google Forms—Automatically create tasks in Asana from Google Forms responses.
- Send web pages to Asana from Chrome—Quickly and easily create tasks in Asana from any web page in Chrome.
*Login with Google SAML is an Asana Enterprise feature.
In addition to Outlook, Asana integrates with a suite of Microsoft tools to ensure that your team can coordinate work effectively across your most essential tools.
- Microsoft Teams—Translate work and conversations between Teams and Asana to save time without losing track of anything.
- OneDrive—The Microsoft OneDrive file chooser is built into the Asana task pane, so you can easily attach files from Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and more.
- Power Automate—The Power Automate integration lets you streamline repetitive processes between your Microsoft applications and Asana.
- Power BI—Build custom, actionable dashboards based on Asana inputs like Custom Fields to get real-time insights into projects and workflows.
Other top integrations
Get even more out of Asana by trying integrations to help you with planning, reporting, and time tracking.
- CSV importer—Move your project plans from spreadsheets into Asana. You’ll see your rows and columns become trackable, actionable tasks with assignees and due dates in a project.
- Zapier—Zapier connects to hundreds of other apps you use to send tasks to Asana automatically without creating work or duplicating information.
- Weekdone—With Weekdone, you can create reports and dashboards to see your team’s Asana performance via task completion ratios, number of open and completed tasks by teammate, incomplete tasks, and more.
- Harvest—The Harvest timer can be added directly to the task pane in Asana so you can track time spent on any task. Freelancers, contractors, or small businesses can translate those hours into invoices and show exactly what work was done.