Peanut butter and jelly. Milk and cookies. Hall and Oates. Some things in life are simply better together. The same goes for the tools and apps you use at work.
As a platform for tracking everything your team is working on, it’s important that Asana integrates with other applications you already use. No one wants to switch between tools all day long or spend an hour looking for an important piece of information. Fortunately, Asana has integrations for a wide variety of workflows for communication, customer support, development, reporting, and more. Some of our most popular integrations connect Asana to other collaboration tools like Slack, Dropbox, and Google Drive.
Over the last few months our partners have built several new integrations with Asana. Here’s an overview of what’s new. (Be sure to check out the full list of integrations, too.)
Trackduck is a visual feedback and bug tracking tool for websites and design. Communicate directly on design files, web prototypes, or live websites, and create Asana tasks directly from the feedback or bug reports in TrackDuck.
Tray.io makes it easy to connect Asana with your favorite enterprise software tools. Create workflows between your favorite apps, including Salesforce, Google Forms, and more.
Unito lets you manage your Github issues directly in Asana and vice versa. Sync Asana tasks with Github issues, and the assignees and comments from either app will stay synced as well. With this integration, you no longer need to switch back and forth between Asana and Github.
Front lets you add conversations from email, Twitter, or Facebook to Asana as tasks. Add full conversations from Front as new tasks to Asana, or add them to existing tasks to provide context.
Glip is a real-time business messaging application. Receive notifications in a Glip conversation when there are updates to your projects in Asana.
Kore turns your apps into bots that you can message with. Create, edit, or delete Asana tasks or subtasks from a message in Kore. Receive notifications for task modifications as desktop notifications.
HourStack is a time tracking and resource allocation tool designed to help you make the most of the hours in your week. Allocate time on your Asana task by dragging tasks to your weekly schedule in HourStack. You can also automatically track your time using HourStack with slash commands in Slack.
Timeneye helps you understand where your time at work is spent. Add a time tracking button to your tasks in Asana to measure time spent on each task.
SupportBee helps teams handle customer bug reports and feature requests. Create a task in Asana with one click from a customer email in SupportBee. A link to the Asana task is also posted as a comment on the ticket in SupportBee for reference.
Bitium is a Single Sign-On solution that lets employees log in once and get one-click access to Asana.
Are you a developer who has built an Asana integration? Let us know so we can add you to our app directory.
These are just a few of the latest Asana integrations. Check out the full list, and stay tuned for upcoming tips about our most popular integrations.
What’s your favorite Asana integration? Let us know in the comments!