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Push To Asana.

How to send Issues you create in Ducalis to Asana.

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Integrating Asana with Ducalis does not only allow you to import tasks from Asana for prioritization, but it also enables you to send issues you create in Ducalis to Asana. This comes in handy when you are prioritizing tasks from Asana and you have some tasks you want to quickly add to your Asana backlog.

In this article, we will show you how you can create tasks in Ducalis and quickly send them to Asana.

Push Ducalis Issue

  1. In the Prioritization board that you connected with Asana:

    1. the issues you imported from are Asana have the Asana icon,

    2. and the ones you created in Ducalis have the Ducalis icon.
  2. Click on the issue you want to send to Asana to open the issue card.

  3. In the issue card, click on the “Push to Asana” icon.

  4. Fill in the needed information:

    1. Choose the project. The projects that will be available to choose from will be the ones you selected when you were integrating Asana with this board.

    2. Fill in, or edit, the name or description of the issue if there is need to.

    3. The assignees that will be available to choose from will be the ones from Asana. If you have a user in your board who is not in your Asana account, they will not appear in the dropdown list.

  5. When you are done, click Create issue.

Push Public Idea

You can also quickly add feedback from your customers that is on your Voting board to your Asana backlog.

  1. Under Public Ideas, go to Without linking.

  2. Select the idea you want to add to your backlog to open its card.

  3. In the card, click on Create a new issue.

  4. From the dropdown, select In Asana(linked with Ducalis).

  5. Fill in the needed information:

    1. Choose the project. The projects that will be available to choose from will be the ones you selected when you were integrating Asana with this board.

    2. Fill in, or edit, the name or description of the issue if there is need to.

    3. The assignees that will be available to choose from will be the ones from Asana. If you have a user in your board who is not in your Asana account, they will not appear in the dropdown list.

  6. When you are done, click Create issue. An issue will be created both in Ducalis and Asana.


Updated on April 28, 2022

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