Connecting Usersnap with Asana
Usersnap and Asana can be easily connected.
Here's how it works:
To connect Usersnap and Asana you need to set up a "from email" routing in your Asana account.
Go to the 'from email' tab in the profile settings of your Asana account and choose the workspace where you want Usersnap to send your screens.
Go to your Usersnap project's 3rd Party Integration tab and select Asana from the grid.
Enter your Asana account address.
You can also set a subject prefix to find Usersnap tickets easier.
Send Usersnap Screens to Specific Asana Projects
You can also select a specific Asana project for your Usersnap screenshots.
To do this, you will need to find the Asana project ID which you will need to connect to Usersnap.
Click on the drop down menu of your project. Copy the project URL and take note of it.
It should look like the following: http://app.asana.com/#/0/FirstNumber/SecondNumber.
The "FirstNumber" is your project ID. Enter this number into the 'Target project id field' in the Usersnap 3rd Party Integration settings.
Add an Assignee to Tasks
You can also assigne a project member to Asana tasks created by Usersnap. To do this, just add the assignee email address to the assignee address field in the Usersnap 3rd Party Integration settings.
Please note that the assignee must be a member of the target project.
Add Auto-followers to Tasks
If you want your Asana project members to automatically follow tasks created by Usersnap, just add their
email addresses to the Auto task followers field in the Usersnap 3rd Party Integration settings.
Please note that auto-followers must be members of the according project.
Click 'Save' and start sending your Usersnap screens directly to your Asana project.
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