Any plan for Asana to integrate with Tableau


#1

I find that Asana can integrate with Power BI. How about the market leader like Tableau? (for self-service BI& analytic software)

Sure, Tableau is no cheap, let alone being freemium like PowerBI, but it’s growing fast, more powerful and has bigger market.

I wish to see that integration sometime in the future.


#2

Did you try to reach out to Tableau and see if that is in their roadmap?


#3

Hi @Bastien_Siebman, Tableau usually doesn’t give out much about their road map, unfortunately. But good point. I’ll ask them anyway. In the meantime, I have submitted the idea/request to them as well. I will see how it goes.


#4

I am asking because in the case of Slack for example, they are the one who developed the integration :+1:


#5

@Bastien_Siebman I asked, they replied, but like I said, they don’t give out about the product road map. Their reply is kind of useless. lol.


#6

It is probably worth asking anyway so they know people need this.


#7

I see that Asana is interesting in doing this integration.
https://community.tableau.com/ideas/7928

We need to get Tableau to move forward with this.


#8

@Jeff_Schneider @Vaughn_Dewar

I hope this might be useful.
http://tableau.github.io/webdataconnector/
https://community.tableau.com/thread/179254

I can flag Tableau by opening a support case or contact the Pre-Release team. Please let me know if I could help.


#9

I wrote a Tableau/Asana integration. It’s VERY much in the test stages and is no way affiliated with Asana or Tableau.

It’s free to use, but please let me know if you have any problems with it (because I would like to make it better, but only have access to my own Asana account to test on). It is available here http://demo.callumfinlayson.net (email me: callum at gmail with any problems you come across).


#10

Does it make sense to add it to The ultimate guide for doing things with Asana ?


#11

Hey @Bastien_Siebman . I am new to all things Asana, so not exactly sure how to include what i’ve done on this “ultimate guide”, but sounds like a good idea!