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- Jim Renaud
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Asana works seamlessly with many tools you and your team use on a daily basis, but we realized there was no easy way for you to discover these Asana integrations. So, we decided to create a simple place for you to find the tools and apps created through our API and partnerships: asana.com/apps.
We knew from day one at Asana that building a tool that allows teams to collaborate more effectively would itself require collaboration. So, we designed and built Asana as a platform, where specialized tools could be integrated easily. A year and a half ago we launched our API, so developers with new ideas and teams with custom feature needs could build their own integrations. Since then, many great tools have been created for bug tracking, scheduling, dashboarding, charting, and even for getting a personal assistant to do your tasks. We’ve also added several great tools into Asana, like file sharing from leaders in the industry: Google Drive and Dropbox, and our latest integration with Harvest, which brings time-tracking into Asana.
We are very proud of the great products we’ve incorporated into Asana and are equally excited by the new services and tools built by others. We look forward to adding more integrations to our library to facilitate teamwork for any team, at any company.
Check out our collection of integrations. Then, let us know in the comments what integrations have been most useful for your team and what tools you’d like to see integrated with Asana.
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