GlassFrog Asana Integration Instructions
For members who use Asana as their personal system to track next actions and projects, follow these steps on how to integrate directly with GlassFrog and save yourself some time! This example uses Gmail but similar configurations can be made with other email systems.
A) Add Asana integration in GlassFrog
- First select the Integrations item off the Settings page
- Then select the "Add Email" button and type in your Gmail address (later, we will forward from GMail to Asana).
- Click Save Integration.
B) Add forwarding in Gmail
- In Gmail account, go to your Settings page
- Then click on the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
- And select the Add a forwarding address button.
- In the resulting dialog type firstname.lastname@example.org This is an address Asana uses for forwarding.
- Note that Asana will use your GMail email address to find your Asana account. Then it will add a task.
- Next, click on the "Send Verify Code". This will send a verification code to your Gmail account. Copy that code and enter it here.
Tasks - Tasks are the basic unit of work in Asana. Tasks can represent any kind of work, including breaking down work into smaller pieces, or storing information for more information see this link.
Conversations- Conversations are how users communicate in Asana. Start a conversation on any project or team page by sending emails to Asana - .
Here’s how Asana interprets your email:
Email to email@example.com
All tasks assigned to an individual can be found in their My Tasks list. Read more
CCed email recipients
Add followers to any task and they will receive notifications about updates to the task. Read more
Task description is a text field that allows users to add details and context to their tasks. Read more
A file that is attached to a task or conversation. Read more
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