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Asana is a web-based application that helps teams and individuals manage projects and tasks. With Asana, users can create projects, assign tasks, set deadlines, and track progress. It also allows for team communication and file sharing.

Asana offers customizable workflows and integrations with other tools such as calendars, email, and file-sharing platforms, making it a versatile solution for team collaboration and productivity. With Asana, teams can stay organized and on track to achieve their goals.

You can find more details and the supported operation on Asana | qibb Catalog.

How to get started with Asana integration

Before you get started using Asana integration, you need to create a Personal Access Token (PAT). You can visit Personal access token page to get more information.

  1. To generate a Personal Access Token you can visit Asana developer console after logging in to Asana.

  2. Click on the Create new token button.

  3. Give a name to the token and click on the Create token button.

  4. After creating the token, copy it and store it in a safe place so that you can use it later in the flow.

  5. Go to qibb Workflow Editor, open Node Catalog in the right sidebar, and install Asana node by clicking on the + button.

  6. Drag the Asana node from the left sidebar and place it in your flow.

  7. Enter your token in the Advanced/Security field of the node. After completing this step you are ready to build new flows. Depending on the operation type, you will need to provide some extra information, such as project ID, workspace ID etc.

Importing flow examples of a node

Once you've successfully installed a node from the qibb catalog, you can easily import example flows that showcase how the nodes can be used. These example flows are directly accessible within the Flow Editor and are designed to guide users with helpful hints, including how to configure mandatory parameters and credentials.

Here's how to import examples:

  1. In the top right corner of the Flow Editor, click on the menu icon.

  2. Select Import to open the Import Dialog.

  3. Click on the Examples tab.

  4. Choose an example from the list.

  5. Confirm your selection by clicking on the Import button.

By following these steps, you are now ready to make basic API calls using the provided examples. For further exploration of what’s possible, you can find more complex examples in the Flow Catalog.

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