Asana is a web and mobile application software that helps organizations and teams track tasks and projects.
Triggers when a new task is created in the specified project
Triggers when an existing task is copied
Triggers when an existing task is updated in the specified project
Triggers when a new story is created in the specified project
Triggers when an existing subtask is copied
New Team in Organization
Triggers when a new team is added to a specified organization
Triggers when a new project is created
Triggers when a new tag is created
Triggers when a new user is created
Triggers when a new workspace is created
Triggers when a new section is added to a specified project
Triggers when a new subtask is created
Tiggers when an existing subtask is updated
Task Marked as Duplicate
Triggers when an existing task is marked as duplicate
Subtask Marked as Duplicate
Triggers when an substack is marked as duplicate
Get Organization Teams
Retrieve the details of all teams associated with a specific workspace or organization
To use Asana in your workflow, you will first need to connect Asana to Built.io Flow.
To do this, drag any Asana action listed under Asana service. In case of configuring Asana triggers, double-click on the Start icon on your canvas and select Asana service.. Then, click on Add New option listed under Authorize Asana field in the configuration window. You will be prompted to login to your Asana account.
Next, a window prompts in which Built.io Flow requests a permission to access Asana service. Click Allow.
Once you have logged in to your Asana account, you will be taken back to canvas.
Rename the authorization as per your choice and click ADD. You can now see the added authorization under Authorize Asana field. Once added, this authorization will be available in all Asana actions and triggers.