Connect ScrumGenius with Asana

When you connect Asana with ScrumGenius, you can give access to read the activity from a project. ScrumGenius will monitor and pull in the activity of your team members from Asana, and show the task updates along with your standups. 

The Asana activity will appear on the Team Activity page and the dashboard alongside your team's check-in answers.

Authorize Asana

To set it up, first, visit the Services page in Team Settings in ScrumGenius, and find the Asana section. Proceed to connect Asana by clicking the Connect Asana button.

Select Asana project to monitor

In the next screen, you will be asked permission to allow ScrumGenius to have read-only access to your Asana project. Please click Allow and you will be taken to page back on ScrumGenius, to select your Asana project.

See it in action

To test it out, make an update in Asana and look for a new entry in the Dashboard or Team Activity stream.

Right now, we only support the following actions:

  • Create task
  • Moving task from one section to another
  • Task completed

If there are others that you'd like to see, let us know! 


  • Look for updates in the Team Activity stream first. Updates in the dashboard, show up based on the activity performed in the time between the current standup and previous standup.
  • Make sure that the people making updates in Asana match up by first and last name with people on your team in ScrumGenius. 
  • ScrumGenius won't be able to record data from before you connected the service. Make sure you generate some activity in Asana after setting up the webhook in order to test things out after you've set up the connection.
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