To authorize your Asana account, first Name Your Account, a nickname for the Asana account. The nickname can be anything - the actual name of the account, an Asana project title, or a generic nickname, but should be unique so if you have multiple Asana accounts authorized in your team, you can tell them apart. An OAuth window opens asking for your Asana account and password information. When you enter your Asana account information and password, the card asks if you want to authorize access to your Asana account. Click Allow. You can also create multiple configurations for each channel to link all your accounts to the Designer, and manage the configurations from your settings page. Read more about managing configurations from the Settings page.
- New Project - Start FLO when there is a new project in your Asana workspace
- New Task - Start FLO when there is a new task in a certain project
- New Task in Team Projects - Start FLO when there is a new task in any project under a team
- Task Completed - Start FLO when there is a new task in a certain project
- Task Updated - Start FLO when there is a new task in a certain project
- Updated Task in Team Projects - Start a FLO when a task is updated in any project under a team,
- Add Follower - Add a follower to a task using a task ID and a follower ID.
- Add Tag - Add a tag to an existing task.
- Add Task - Add a task to a workspace, project, or parent task
- Create Project - Create a new project in a certain team
- Custom API Call - Make an authenticated HTTP request to the Asana API
- Download Attachment
- Read Project - Read a project using the project ID
- Read Project Sections - Read all sections of project by project ID
- Read Project Tasks - Read all tasks using a project ID
- Read Task - Read information about a task using the task ID
- Read User - Read a user using a user ID
- Remove Follower - Remove follower from task using task ID and follower ID.
- Remove Tag - Remove a tag from an existing task.
- Search Projects - Search for a project by name and return the project ID.
- Search Teams - Search for a team using the team name
- Search Users - Search for a user using their email or name
- Update Project - Update an existing project using the project ID
- Update Task - Update a task using the task ID